Brexit – Advice
Our advice comes directly from industry experts ABTA (Association of British Travel Agents), the
UK Government and European Commission.
Of course if you have any other questions or concerns then please contact our office on 0844 463 0191
How is my holiday and my money protected?
It is extremely unlikely your holiday would be cancelled due
to the outcome of Brexit. But in any event, by booking your holiday with Club Vass Active
Holidays, you are fully protected financially.
All holidays booked with flights are ATOL (Air Travel Organisers’ Licence)
protected – our ATOL number is 10311
I’ve already booked my holiday – will it still go ahead as planned?
Yes, both the European Commission (EC) and the UK Government have made it
very clear that flying will continue as normal even in a “No Deal” scenario.
ABTA also advises that, regardless of the Brexit outcome, planes will still
fly between the UK and the EU as there will be a two-year transition period.
This means nothing changes until 31 December 2020. So rest assured that your
great holiday at Club Vass will go ahead as planned.
I have already booked my holiday – will the cost of my holiday increase due to
Absolutely not, unless you decide to make any changes to your booking that
would alter the holiday price.
Will my current UK passport still be valid to travel to the Greece?
Yes, but the UK Government has suggested that all travellers check their
passports. If it has less than six months remaining from the date of your
arrival into a EU country, then it is advised that you renew your passport.
Remember that Passport validity will be worked out from the issue date and
so if this is over 9 years and 6 months you will need a new one. The UK
Government has created a useful tool to check if your passport is valid:
Will I need a visa to travel to Greece?
UK passport holders will not need a visa to travel to the EU. The European
Commission announced in November 2018 that, even in a no-deal scenario, UK
citizens would still be able to travel to the EU without a visa.
Will my European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) still be valid after Brexit?
UK registered EHICs will no longer be valid in the event of a no-deal
Brexit. It is recommended that travellers take out comprehensive travel
insurance ahead of any trip. In particular, if you are participating in an activity holiday, you should ensure you are
fully covered for any injury related to the activities. You can find more information on these links:
And here’s what the Greek government is doing to ensure everyone from the Uk
is welcome in their country this summer