The customs allowance is the amount of products you can take across the border on the way back to your country without having to declare them, and therefore without having to pay. Although in some agricultural products (coffee, alcohol, tobacco and similar products), this limit refers to amounts, in others (milk, butter, cheese, sweets, etc.) the value and quantity are both taken into account.

The allowances for all industrial products except for perfumes and colognes are established by their value in Euros.

If it is not otherwise indicated, the allowances are for people over age and cannot be accumulated either in value or between travellers, or between agricultural and industrial products.

If you need further information, you will find it at:


  • Coffee:
 1,000 g of coffee or 400 g of extracts
  • Tea: 200 g of tea or 80 g of extracts
  • Alcoholic drinks: 1.5 l of liquors of more than 22 degrees (or 3 l of liquors or aperitifs of under 22 degrees or sparkling wines) + 5 l of table wines (the under 17s have no allowance).
  • Tobacco: 300 cigarettes or 150 cigars (under 3 g each) or 75 cigars (over 3 g each) or 400 g of pipe tobacco (the under 17s have no allowance).
  • Other agricultural products (limits depending on quantity and value): Up to a value of 300 Euros per person (under 15s up to a value of 150 Euros), without exceeding: 2.5 kg of powdered milk, 3 kg of condensed milk, 6 kg of fresh milk, 1 kg of butter, 4 kg of cheese, 5 kg of sugar and sweets, 5 kg of meat.



  • Perfumes: 75 g of perfumes + 375 ml of colognes
  • Other industrial products: Up to a value of 900 Euros/person (adults), Up to a value of 450 Euros/person (under 15s).