Solmar Villas has unveiled a Brexit Assurance Scheme, guaranteeing no surcharges or supplements, regardless of events surrounding the UK’s departure from the European Union.

The villa holiday specialist said that it will not increase prices for 2020 holidays that are booked by October 31 – the date that the UK is due to leave the EU.

The assurance applies to customers who pay in full or spread the cost through the company’s own payment plan.

Julie Blake, managing director of Solmar Villas, said: “The government has already said that in the event of ‘no deal’ that travel – including passport control and driving overseas – should be business as normal.

“We want to build on this good news by giving new and existing clients the chance to safeguard against any price increases by taking advantage of our Brexit Assurance Scheme.

“Through our contacts in the sector and our proven track record, we have already secured the best possible deals for 2020 and want to open these up to travellers keen on enjoying a luxury villa holiday.”

Solmar Villas offers about 600 exclusive properties across the Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Cyprus, Croatia, Greece, Italy, mainland Spain, Malta, Portugal and Turkey.

It aims to increase annual sales with the addition of Istria, Madeira and Tenerife for 2020.

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