Thought i might share this and give anyone a heads up that wasn't aware of what the law is in SPAIN regarding movement of tobacco, hope this helps:
<<Spain has its own regulations
When travelling to Spain, UK citizens need to be aware that the Spanish authorities have domestic legislation, which places documentary obligations upon anyone holding or moving large quantities of duty-paid cigarettes (above 800). One of the practical effects of this is that UK travellers, in the same way as everybody else who is holding or moving large quantities of duty-paid cigarettes in Spain (between 800 and 1200), must produce a receipt from a legitimate retailer and, for even larger quantities of cigarettes (over 1200), a form known as a 'Documento de Acompanamiento'.
What happens if I don’t have the right documents?
Failure to provide the required document could result in the Spanish authorities taking the goods from you. The Spanish authorities do ensure, however, that people are free to purchase, hold and move as much tobacco as they like provided that they carry the appropriate documentation – such as a shop receipt – and this applies equally throughout Spain. Further information can be found at www.ukinspain.com and www.fco.gov.uk.>>