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Spain Casinos Guide

 

This is a guide to brick and mortar as well as online casinos in Spain. Find out what the best casinos and online casino sites are in Spain, or learn more about the legal status of casino gambling in the country.

 

Online casinos in Spain

Legal status: legal, requires licence

 

Online casino gambling is legal and regulated in Spain. The main law affecting online casino gambling is the Act no. 13/2011, dated May 26, called the Spanish Gambling Act. Specific regulations are established by the Ministry of Finance, while the General Directorate for the Regulation of Gambling Activities (Direccion General de Ordenacion del Juego) directly supervises the operators and their activities, and is responsible for the online casino licensing system in place.

All non-regulated gaming is considered illegal under the Spanish Gambling Act and unlicensed online casinos are blocked. Online casino operators that wish to offer their services within Spain need to apply for a gambling licence.

Spain actually has only one kind of online gambling licence. This general licence includes online sports betting as well. These licences allow the holder to conduct online gambling activities in general, and are valid for 10 years. Online gambling recognized by the DGO include blackjack, bingo, baccarat, roulette and slot machines, fixed odds betting, fixed odds sports betting, sports pool betting, fixed-odds horse betting, horse pool betting, exchange betting.

Poker is considered gambling, regardless of the importance of skill in the game.

These categories apply to both land-based and online casinos in Spain. There are also further restrictions for online casinos that wish to cater to the Spanish market. Online casinos may only use the .es domain specified in their licence. Online casino operators also have to pay taxes amounting to around 25% of all gross revenues.

The Spanish government has made quite a bit of effort to prevent unlicensed online casinos from offering their services in Spain. Unlicensed online casinos may not advertise within the country. Such sites are also often blocked by ISPs. Unlicensed online casino operators that still cater to Spanish gamblers may face fines of up to €50m, players are not prosecuted. The online casinos below all have Spanish gambling licenses and are licensed to accept players from Spain. If they no longer accept players from Spain, or are blocked in the country, please let me know in the comments section below, so I can update the list, thank you.

Spain online casino tax (tax base is the gross gambling revenue):

 

Online casinos accepting players from Spain

The following online gambling websites accept players from the Kingdom of Spain

 

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Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

All bonuses and promotions are subject to the following wagering limitations and playthrough requirements.
  • Playthrough requirement: 40-60x for match bonuses and usually 60x for free spins and other bonuses, depends on the bonus check the casino's web page for the specific, up to date, current playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

Wagering limitation:
  • 100% - Slots and Keno
  • 50% - Roulette and Three Card Poker
  • 25% - Baccarat
  • 10% - Video Poker
  • 5% - Blackjack, Craps
  • 0% - Everything else

 

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Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

The deposit bonus amount must be wagered 10-40x times before withdrawal, depending on the type.
Earnings ($10)Sign Up Bonus PlaythroughReload Bonus (Varies by %) Playthrough
Sports5 points for every $10 wagered12x6x-10x
(Baseball)2 points for every $10 wagered30x15x-25x
Horses7.5 points for every $10 wagered8x4x-6.7x
Slots2 points for every $10 wagered30x15x-25x
Table1 point for every $10 wagered60x30x-50x
Video Poker1.5 points for every $10 wagered40x20x-33x
 
Wagering limitation:
  • Please be advised - the use of bonus funds to place wagers on the following games is not allowed: Baccarat (including Live), Craps, and European Roulette (including Live).
  • For bonuses, sports moneyline wagers with odds of -300 (1.33) or less, will not qualify for rollover point earnings. So for example, betting NBA - NY Knicks (-350) will not earn rollover points towards a bonus.
   

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Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

The deposit bonus amount must be wagered 40 times before withdrawal.
Playthrough requirement: • Slot Games (progressive jackpot slots excluded) 100% • Roulette (All versions), Draw High-Lo, 3 Card Rummy 20% • Baccarat, Blackjack (American & European), Poker 3, Oasis Poker, Single Deck Blackjack, Triple Edge Poker, Caribbean Poker, Three Card Poker, Video Poker 10% • Pirate 21, Blackjack Super 7, Pai Gow, 21 Burn, Ride’m Poker, All forms of Keno, Red Dog, Pontoon, Top Card Trumps 5% • Craps, Live Casino, All Games with Progressive Jackpots, Virtual Racebook. Speciality games ie Keno’s and Scratcher game offered by Betsoft 0%
Wagering limitation:
  • Any action on Baccarat, Roulette and Craps will not count towards the wagering requirement.

 

 

 

Land-based casinos in Spain

Land-based casinos were legalized in Spain by the original gambling act of 1977, and are currently regulated by the Spanish Gambling Act of 2011. In order to understand the legal status of casinos in Spain, one needs to take a closer look at the political and legislative system of the country.

The Kingdom of Spain consists of 17 autonomous regions as well as two autonomous cities. These territories have varying levels of autonomy fixed in the Spanish constitution and the Statute of Autonomy of each territory. Casino gambling in general is legal in the whole country, but the regions have certain rights of their own.

Gambling activities that span at least two regions, which includes online casino gambling, are regulated on a national level by the DGOJ. However, brick and mortar casinos are under the jurisdiction of the appropriate regional authority. As a result, some rules, as well as taxing, vary from region to region, but taxes are, in general, rather high.

In spite of this, there are about 60 casinos located throughout Spain. Casinos are quite popular among locals and tourists alike. The city with the most casinos in Spain is, not surprisingly, the capital, Madrid. But all  the popular tourist destinations such as Alicante and Palma de Mallorca feature casinos. In fact Spain receives about 85 million tourists annually, therefore the importance of tourists in the casino sector is huge.

The largest casino in Spain is the Casino Gran Madrid Torrelodones (see below). However, by international standards none of the Spanish casinos have many gaming machines or tables, in fact, even the largest barely qualifies as average sized. This is pretty weird considering the number of tourists, the population of Spain (46 million) and the general affluence of the region and the visiting guests. To put this into context, Slovenia, which is inhabited by only 2 million people, and gets less than 1/10 of the amount of tourists (5 million only), has bigger casinos than Spain, at least twice as big. The reason for this can be the widespread slot halls taking customers away from the bigger casinos, who in turn have to compete by becoming entertainment complexes, which they do by  sacrificing gaming area, and money is invested into shows, conference centers, hotels, restaurants and various entertainment instead of various forms of gambling. This is actually a pretty good trend, study after study shows that slot parlours contribute more to problem gambling and addiction than casinos.

/For those of you who don’t know, the difference between casinos and a slot halls (a.k.a slot parlours, slot clubs, electronic casinos) is that they are usually smaller, have only gaming machines (slots, video poker, electronic blackjack) and perhaps automatic roulette machines. Whereas real casinos have card games, tables with dealers and croupiers as well (also they sometimes have online sports betting terminals too). Additionally, casinos, most of the time have their own restaurants, and perhaps even hotels too + in addition to gambling they are often entertainment venues, night clubs as well./

Some of the big casino operators on the Spanish gambling market are The Comar group with 9 casinos, Admiaral Casinos with 3 + 2 in Gibrlataar and the Luckia Gaming  Group with 8  casinos. In total there are around 50 casinos and hundreds of smaller slot halls in the Kingdom of Spain. You must be 18+ to enter a casinos, visitors must bring an ID, and for tourists a passport is required to enter. Most Spanish casinos have smart casual dress code and an entrance fee of around €5 (slot halls don’t have entrance fees).

Casino tax Spain (tax base is the gross gambling revenue)

 

The tax rate of casino games is progressive and depends on the gross gaming revenue of the casino gambling establishment:

 

List of TOP 5 best and biggest land-based casinos in Spain:

This is a picture of Casino Gran Madrid Torrelodones' front entrance gate. This is the first element on this list of the top 5 best and biggest Spanish casinos, you can find the rest of the gaming venues on the list below this one. You can read more info, details about the casino to the right of the picture.
Casino Gran Madrid Torrelodones

1.,Casino Gran Madrid Torrelodones, A6 dual carriageway (Madrid – A Coruña), Exit 27 28250 Torrelodones, Madrid

The casino is open since  1981, currently it is the biggest casino of Spain.

They have around 200 slot machines (the number fluctuates) and 38 tables of  blackjack, baccarat, roulette (not known what type of roulette exactly, if you know please leave us a message in the comments section). Despite this being Spain’s biggest casino this is not a big or impressive selection at all. They have a poker room, where big poker tournaments are organized, all the info about these tournaments are on the website, with leader board, ladder and info about the cash games, which is really neat (most casinos don’t have such a fantastic poker web presence). However, at the time of writing it’s only available in Spanish sadly,m and it is closed because of the global virus outbreak.

Their website (most of it at least) is available in English and looks good at first glance, but has barely any info about the casino (and the Spanish version is not better), and interesting pieces of information e.g: number and types of slots, types and exact number of tables, how many tables have dealers at any given time, and even mandatory info like dress code or entrance fee, that should be on the website, is missing (and they do actually have an entrance fee, how are the tourists new to this casinos supposed to know????). They really should redo and expand the website, because at this point this is barely more than a place to get the address and opening hours of the casino. I expected more form the biggest casino in Spain,  the website is what most people’s first impression is based on.

Dress code: no info on the website, but based on my experiences it is smart causal, except in the VIP room, in the table games area,  and in their upscale and really expensive restaurant, where it is semi-formal.

Entrance fee: €5 EUR (can more on the weekends, if they have some sort of special event)

18+, ID, and for tourists passport, is required.

UPDATE COVID-19: New reduced opening hours and the two restaurants are closed due to the pandemic, but the casino remains open.

Opening hours:

Meta review analysis: The gambling establishment got pretty good reviews, it’s usually 4-4.5/5 on review sites, one of best, if not the best, review score of any Spanish casino gambling establishment.

 

This is a picture of Gran Casino Aranjuez. You can read more about this gaming venue next to the picture.
Gran Casino Aranjuez

2.,Gran Casino Aranjuez, Plaza de la Unesco, 1, 28300 Aranjuez, Madrid

Casino Aranjuez is the biggest casino of the Comar group, one of the biggest casino group in Spain (they operate 9 casinos). What makes this casino special are the multiple showrooms/theater/concert halls within the complex, capable of seating hundreds and regularly host big names such as Sabel Pantoja, Raphael, David Bisbal and Miguel Bosé. However, this is a review of the casino section only not the entrainment complex (this is a gambling blog after all).

The gambling establishment has 150 gaming machines and 50 table of american roulette, black jack, poker. And they also have electronic roulette (automatic roulette machines without dealers). I have an issue with american roulette, it shouldn’t be in a European casino. They only use american roulette instead of the European roulette because it has significantly worse odds for the player, less RTP. The only reason they have it is to make players lose more money, and faster. Avoid american roulette, bad optics for the casino, not a good sign.

Tourists are very important to any casino in Spain, that’s why it’s weird that this casino doesn’t have the website available in English, at all. It’s a really bad idea, considering they put so much emphasis on shows, entertainment, big crowds, and no info about all that in English, weird. What a missed opportunity.

They have free parking, and there is a poker room, which is closed due to the coronavirus epidemic. They also have a sports bar (which is more of a sports restaurant) with online sports betting, and where you can watch all the important sports matches live on HD screen.

Dress code: no info on the website, but based on my experiences it is smart causal, except in the table games area, and when there is a special event, when semi-formal is recommended.

Entrance fee: €3, can be significantly more if there is a special event. If you are a guest at one of the major hotels nearby, you will not be charged for entrance (bring your room key as proof).

18+, ID, and for tourists passport, is required.

UPDATE COVID-19: New reduced opening hours and the two restaurants are closed due to the pandemic, but the casino remains open.

Opening hours:

Meta review analysis: pretty good, generally gets 4/5 reviews, the casino section has no big issues.

 

This is a picture of the front gate of Casino Marbella. Next to this picture you can read more about this Spain gambling venue.
Casino Marbella

3.,Casino Marbella, Hotel H10 Andalucia Plaza, s/n 29660, Marbella, Puerto Banús

Marbella’s casino (since 1978) is located within Hotel Andalucia, considered to be a really good hotels in Spain. However, this will be a review of the casino only.

First of all, first impressions. Even though the website is available in English, it’s not very good, it’s full of bad, broken, unintentionally funny English like:[sic] “Get to beat up the croupier with a combination of 5-card poker. “[/sic] :D, I advise against it. Also, that’s called a dealer, roulette has croupiers, card games have dealers. Anyway, it has most of the important info on it, it’s not that bad. It was just clearly made by some employee of the casino, who doesn’t speak very good English.  One would expect much better from the casino in the heart of Marbella, especially considering the reputation of Marbella (rich tourists, upscale establishments, luxury, and expensive everything), but this is what you get, not a great first impression.

The casino has very little information about its games on the websites. All the info about them comes form secondary sources, reviews, forum posts and casino directories. They have around a 100 gaming machines and 30 tables of blackjack, Caribbean stud poker, texas hold’em and american roulette (american roulette has the worst odds of all the roulette types, also, if a European casino has american roulette instead of European, which has significantly better RTP, it’s always a bad sign, bad optics, avoid american roulette). This is a very average, boring games selection, nothing special, nothing interesting, nothing unique.  I expected better from a Marbella casino.

They also have a poker room (it is not a separate room, just a poker section), but right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic form china it’s all closed. They also have a sports betting corner.

They have a virtual tour on their website, which is a fantastic idea, gives you a good picture of the casino.

This is a picture of the dress code at Casino Marbella. You can read about it to thee right.Dress code: smart causal, but they don’t really specify the dress code, instead they specify what you can’t wear. You can see their dress rules on the picture, to the left, taken directly from the casino’s website.

Entrance fee: none, unlike in most of the big Spain casinos, the Marbella one doesn’t charge an entrance fee.

18+, ID, and for tourists passport, is required.

UPDATE COVID-19: New severely reduced opening hours, but the casinos remains open (except for the poker section).

Opening hours:

Meta review analysis: pretty good, generally they get 4/5 reviews, the casino section has no big issues, it’s just plain, boring compared to other casinos internationally, but it has no actual problems.

 

This is a picture of the decorative front gate of Casino Admiral Sevilla, located, as the name suggest in Sevilla, Spain. This is the fourth casino on this list of Spanish gambling venues. You can read more about this establishment to the right.
Casino Admiral Sevilla

4.,Casino ADMIRAL Sevilla, Av. de la Arboleda, s/n, 41940 Tomares, Sevilla

The Admiral Group has several casinos in Spain (they are the fourth largest casino company active in the country, with 3 casinos + 2 in Gibraltar), and the Sevilla location is their flagship casino. This is also the only gambling venue in the region of Sevilla. The gaming venue is a recent addition to the Spanish gambling scene, in operation since 2019. The is not just a casino, but also a convention centre, focusing on meeting, exhibitions, conferences. However, we only going to focus on the casino aspect of the complex.

Interestingly their website is not available in English, which is very unexpected considering how much of a role tourists play in the casinos sector. Not a good first impression.

They have 110 slots, which are fairly recent, very good slots. Some of the slots are in a special VIP room, for high rollers. In addition they also have electronic bingo, electronic roulette and electronic keno, which I really like. I love it when a casino has unique, rare and interesting games, not just slots, this is a pretty good selection. The establishment has 25 tables of blackjack, Caribbean stud poker and american roulette ( I have written about this above, avoid american roulette, should not be in a European casino, bad RTP).

They also have dedicated poker room with Texas Hold’em and Omaha, cash games and tournaments info available online, but only in Spanish. Poker section is closed during the COVID-19 epidemic.

They also have an interesting “pool club”, I don’t really know what to call it, it’s bar+restaurant+pool+old arcade games + HD monitors with sport + online sports betting terminals. Goes by the name Admiral Arena. I love it, it’s unique, it’s something really interesting, not just the same old tables games + slots + restaurant, that describes 80% of casinos. I wish more casinos would innovate like this. Really great idea, more of these please.

Dress code: no info on the website, but it’s probably smart causal, just like all the other Admiral Casinos.

Entrance fee: no entrance fee

18+, ID, and for tourists passport, is required.

UPDATE COVID-19: New severely reduced opening hours, but the casinos remains open (except for the poker section).

Opening hours:

Meta review analysis: pretty good, generally they get 4/5 o review sites.

 

This s a picture of the back of the building, in which Casino de Mallorca is located. This is the fifth and final gambling establishment on this list of gaming venues in the Kingdom of Spain. You can read about the place right next to its picture.
Casino de Mallorca

5.,Casino de Mallorca, Av. de Gabriel Roca, 07015 Palma, Illes Balears

This is the main casino of the Luckia group, which owns 8 casinos. The Mallorca casino is in operation since 1978. The picture at the top of the page is actually the picture of the gaming area of the Casino de Mallorca (a picture of the new location, they moved in 2011).

This casino also has a Spanish only website, like most of the gambling establishments in the country, which is a big missed opportunity, and a bad first impression for tourists.

The casino has 93 slots (most of the machines are from the 2010s, average selection). They also have electronic roulette, electronic blackjack and video poker. There are about 15 tables of Texas hold’em,, blackjack, american roulette (avoid american roulette, roulette type with the worst odds also European casino should have European roulette).

There is a poker room (Omaha pot limit poker) with 9 tournament tables. They have weekly tournaments and cash games. But sadly the poker section is closed right now, temporarily due to coronavirus.

Dress code: no shorts, swimwear, flip flops or sportswear according to the website, which means smart casual, but they didn1t specify.

Entrance fee: no info on the website about it, conflicting information on review websites, I don’t know, if you know please let me know in the comments section, thank you.

18+, ID, and for tourists passport, is required.

UPDATE COVID-19: New reduced opening hours, but the casinos remains open (except for the poker section).

Opening hours: every day, 10:00 am – 23:45 pm

Meta review analysis: average, generally the casino gets 3.5/5 on review sites. However, I noticed that rereviews tend to be worse since they moved in 2011 (from 4/5 to 3/5 on average), but it’s hard to tell, because prior to 2011, review websites were really not that common, and only a few reviews survived from those years, so take it with a grain of salt.

 

 

Bitcoin casinos Spain

Bitcoin gambling is somewhat regulated in Spain (what is certain is that bitcoin gambling is considered gambling and requires a licence, therefore the gambling license covers bitcoin gambling as well, but it’s complicated), despite this, none of the land-based casino gambling establishments accept any cryptocurrency to the best of my knowledge (if you know something, let me know in the comments section). However, some of the online casino which have Spanish online gambling licence accept alternative digital currencies (some of them only accept bitcoin through Skrill, look for Skrill in the payment options). Some of them even accept 4 cryptocurrencies: bitcoin, bitcoin cash, litecoin and even the up and coming digital currency ethereum. You can see them below. If they no longer accept players from Spain, or are blocked in the country, please let me know in the comments section below, so I can update the list. Thank you.

 

Other forms of online gambling in Spain

Similarly to online casino gambling, most forms of online gambling are legal in Spain. Online gambling is regulated on a national level, by the 2011 Spanish Gambling Act. Since the legalisation of online gambling, more than 70 operators have received a licence.

The most popular form of online gambling in Spain is most likely sports betting, which has accounted for about half of all online gambling revenues since 2013 (bit nowadays only accounts for 40%, on the decline since 2011). The gaming act recognises several types of sports betting, including fixed-odds and pari-mutuel betting. Wagering on horse races is also quite popular.

Online poker is also legal in Spain, and requires its own specific licence. There are currently about 10 licensed online poker operators in Spain. Interestingly, this list does not include most of the larger operators such as Poker Stars (UPDATE: Poker Stars has re-entered the Spanish gambling market, they accept players from the country once again.).

While Spain does have a national lottery, the online lottery market was also liberalised by the 2011 gambling act and regional lotteries are can be organized by private companies (but on the national level it’s the duopoly of Loterías y Apuestas del Estado and La ONCE). The Spanish state owned lottery companies  also offers all of their games online, and they have online sports betting sections as well on their websites. Charity lotteries and raffles are an exception to this duopoly.

 

History and future of online casinos in Spain

Gambling in Spain had been regulated , for a long time, by the relatively unchanged Royal Decree Law 16/1977. It was the advent of online gambling and the regulations set forth by the European Court of Justice that prompted the introduction of a new gambling regulation that specifically addressed online casino gambling.

The main purpose of the new gaming act of 2011 was to create uniform regulation in the whole country, in place of the varying online gambling regulations in the various regions. The new regulation seems to have been quite successful in that aspect.

A drawback of the new gambling act is that taxes are set at such a high level that it discourage many online gambling operators. The new regulation in itself was not enough, and even to this day a significant number of Spanish players pace bets on unlicensed gambling sites. Therefore the government is blocking more and more illegally operating gambling websites. Therefore if an online casinos you wish to visit is blocked in Spain, there is a good chance that it an illegally operating gambling website, and it’s best if you avoid it. If any of the online casinos on this website are blocked in Spain for some reason, please let me know, so I can update the list. Thank you.

 

The following online gambling websites accept players from Spain:

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USA and Canada players are accepted.
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  • 32 Free Spins on Le Chocolatier Code: CHEER5
  • 32 Free Spins on Fairy Dust Forest Code: CHEER6
UPDATE, SPECIAL CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY BONUS: It's the Elf Hat Game of the season! Can you keep your eyes on the lucky hat? Choose the right one with the present and see what festive prize you will win! For returning players only.

Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

All bonuses and promotions are subject to the following wagering limitations and playthrough requirements.
  • Playthrough requirement: 40-60x for match bonuses and usually 60x for free spins and other bonuses, depends on the bonus check the casino's web page for the specific, up to date, current playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

Wagering limitation:
  • 100% - Slots and Keno
  • 50% - Roulette and Three Card Poker
  • 25% - Baccarat
  • 10% - Video Poker
  • 5% - Blackjack, Craps
  • 0% - Everything else

 

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  • Welcome bonus, 150% up to $500 on your first deposit (then 100%, up to $250 bonus on your second deposit)
  • 10% weekly rebate, 15% cashback on horse racing betting
  • Free spins for returning players

Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

The deposit bonus amount must be wagered 10-40x times before withdrawal, depending on the type.
Earnings ($10)Sign Up Bonus PlaythroughReload Bonus (Varies by %) Playthrough
Sports5 points for every $10 wagered12x6x-10x
(Baseball)2 points for every $10 wagered30x15x-25x
Horses7.5 points for every $10 wagered8x4x-6.7x
Slots2 points for every $10 wagered30x15x-25x
Table1 point for every $10 wagered60x30x-50x
Video Poker1.5 points for every $10 wagered40x20x-33x
 
Wagering limitation:
  • Please be advised - the use of bonus funds to place wagers on the following games is not allowed: Baccarat (including Live), Craps, and European Roulette (including Live).
  • For bonuses, sports moneyline wagers with odds of -300 (1.33) or less, will not qualify for rollover point earnings. So for example, betting NBA - NY Knicks (-350) will not earn rollover points towards a bonus.
   

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Playthrough requirements and wagering limitations

The deposit bonus amount must be wagered 40 times before withdrawal.
Playthrough requirement: • Slot Games (progressive jackpot slots excluded) 100% • Roulette (All versions), Draw High-Lo, 3 Card Rummy 20% • Baccarat, Blackjack (American & European), Poker 3, Oasis Poker, Single Deck Blackjack, Triple Edge Poker, Caribbean Poker, Three Card Poker, Video Poker 10% • Pirate 21, Blackjack Super 7, Pai Gow, 21 Burn, Ride’m Poker, All forms of Keno, Red Dog, Pontoon, Top Card Trumps 5% • Craps, Live Casino, All Games with Progressive Jackpots, Virtual Racebook. Speciality games ie Keno’s and Scratcher game offered by Betsoft 0%
Wagering limitation:
  • Any action on Baccarat, Roulette and Craps will not count towards the wagering requirement.

 

 

If you have questions or any feedback don’t hesitate to drop a comment below. Please let me know in the comments section if you think we might have gotten something wrong or if you have additional information, clarification about the casinos in the country, especially if you are from Spain or nearby. Thank you.

 

This article supplements this guide to the legal status of gambling in Spain.

 

Simon’s Guide to Land-based and Online Casinos in Spain is part of Simon’s Online Casino Guide.

 

Last updated: 2020-12-05

 

Gamble responsibly,
SimonTheSorcerer

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