But the Portuguese islands of the Azores and Madeira are now exempt from 14-day quarantine for travellers.
The island of Curacao has also been added to the list of countries from where returning travellers must self-isolate.
Holidaymakers coming back Hungary and La Réunion will have to self-isolate from 4am on Saturday.
UK transport secretary Grant Shapps made the claim but the Scottish Government defended its decision.
Holidaymakers to the southern European nation will have to isolate for 14 days when they return.
Scotland has quarantine measures in place for most countries - but a number of nations are exempt.
Scots coming back from Croatia, Austria, Switzerland or Trinidad and Tobago will have to self-isolate.
The First Minister warned Scots planning holidays that they cannot assume measures will not change.
Air bridges for Scottish holidaymakers announced for Lativia and Estonia.
Holidaymakers returning from Spanish mainland or Spanish islands will not be required to self-isolate for 14 days.
From later this week, Scots will no longer need to isolate for 14 days when returning from a Spanish holiday.
The FM said she has heard 'very loudly' criticisms from airport bosses over the issue.
Scottish aviation bosses say the 14-day quarantine policy has already cost thousands of jobs.
The Scottish Government must act to avoid damage to the aviation sector, a trade body has said.
The First Minister said she thinks there should be more discussions between leaders on a four-nations basis.