The plans echo a vote made by the senate in France which approved an amendment to the immigration law
The amendment would give British second homeowners the automatic right to a long-stay visa.
French politicians approved the vote as they admitted British tourists had been “punished by Brexit”.
Campaign Director and founder of '180 Days in Spain', Andrew Hesselden, told the Majorca Daily Bulletin he was “delighted to see French senators recognise the injustice of the situation that British part-year residents have found themselves in since Brexit”.
Hesselden added that campaigners “remain hopeful of similar recognition in Spain for everyone affected”.
However, new plans outlined by the Spanish government plan to axe the rule as they admit the limit is having a negative impact on the economy
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Spain receives its largest number of tourists from the UK with almost double the amount of Brits visiting the peninsula than Germans.
The UK is also Spain’s most profitable tourism market, raking in millions of pounds each year.
Gomez confirmed earlier this week that he held an “important meeting” with Jennifer Anderson, the UK’s Director of Consular Affairs and Crisis
He said he discussed “issues of interest regarding the stays of British tourists in Spain and discussed collaboration projects for future seasons.
This is understood to have been in reference to the 90-day cap.