A Spanish women's lobby group has set up a fake travel agency in Madrid offering all-inclusive "abortion holidays" abroad.
The organisers of 'Abortion Travel' are trying to show what could happen if the Spanish government introduces a new law that would restrict the rights of women to get an abortion.
Women currently have the right to an abortion up to 14 weeks into their pregnancy.
The reforms, introduced by the governing People's party (Partido Popular), would make abortion illegal except in the case of rape or if there is a serious risk to the mother's health.
If it passes, it would make Spain's abortion laws one of the most restrictive in Europe.