NEW: What Brits Need to Know Before Travelling to Spain’s Green-Listed Balearic Islands

 

The inclusion of the Balearics on the UK’s “green travel list” means
Returning holidaymakers don’t have to be quarantined. Before you book,
You should also consider the new entry requirements for the islands, the Covid
Restrictions 

The 14 territories and countries that the UK government added to the green list were from Spain’s Mediterranean archipelago, also known as las Islas Baleares.

This is the latest update to the UK’s relaxed travel restrictions
Effectual June 30th, and will be reviewed in three weeks.

At 48 per 100,000 people, the 14-day infection rate in the Balearics is one of Spain’s lowest.

The Balearic Islands have strict entry requirements

The UK has been unable to send holidaymakers to Spain since May.
To visit the Balearics, or the elsewhere in the Balearics, you must have a negative Covid-19 result.

Rest of the country

On Monday, Pedro Sanchez, the Spanish Prime Minister, announced that British tourists will have to comply with the same “entry requirements” as European tourists to visit the Balearic Islands.

Sanchez stated that they will require a negative PCR or a complete vaccine certificate.

He said, “The measure will enter into force within 72hrs”, which would mean Tuesday June 29th or Wednesday Juni 30th.

Most EU/EEA travelers must present one of the following:
Certificate proving they have received their vaccinations.
14 days prior to travel to Spain, or proof of a negative positive PCR taken within
72 hours prior to travel (antigen allowed for EU/EEA, taken within 48
Hours

Spain and the EU have a Digital Covid Certificate.
It was created to make travel easier within the bloc.
Third-country nationals traveling to Spain must present a British passport
A vaccination certificate issued by the competent authorities of their country. Accepted in both paper and digital formats.

UK citizens must complete a health assessment.
Control form must be completed 48 hours before you fly to the Balearic Islands.
Visit the Spain Travel Health Website or download the app. Travel checks are made easier and quicker by the QR code sent by Spanish authorities.

Spain Travel Health App

Fly first to another region of Spain, not an airport
Transit), and then fly to the Balearics a few days later.
You will be asked to provide an antigen or PCR testing depending on the region.
The location you are traveling from has been classified by the island’s health authorities as low or high-risk .

However, you must prove that you have received at least one.
Dosage of vaccine 15 days before you travel to the islands.
You will be exempt if you have recovered from Covid within the past six months.
This is a requirement to travel from Spain’s other regions.

Covid-19 rules and restrictions on the Balearic Islands

Spain will relax its outdoor face-mask rule on Saturday, June
26th. This means that holidaymakers from the UK can travel to the country by the 26th of September
Under the new quarantine-free rules, Balearics will be able to vote under the new rules.
They are able to take off their masks at most outdoor locations.

There are still some situations that can be found both indoors or outdoors.
These are some of the Spanish places where face masks may be required. They are well worth looking at.
More information is available below. Failure to comply can lead to a EUR100 penalty
To follow the rules.

When and where do you still need to wear a Spanish face mask outside?

Spain’s regions are able to adapt national masks
Legislation can be drafted however they wish, as long as the Balearic is in place
The central has not made any announcements regarding changes to the rules.
Government

The Balearic Islands have no curfew since June 19th.
In place, there is no limit on the number of people who can.
Meet in public or private.

All shops close at midnight, and all parks and beaches close to the public between 12 and 6 AM.

Dining out and eating in the Balearic Islands

Bars, restaurants, and cafes are open up to 2 AM.

Outdoor tables on terraces can only hold 12 people.
Indoors, the limit is six people (50 per cent table).
Capacity

It is possible to sit at the bar, but only two people can do so. Last orders at the bar end at midnight.

These rules may be modified by local municipalities as needed.

Ibiza and Mallorca are known for their nightlife scene, but
There has not been a major reopening of either island.
Nightclubs that are licensed can reopen at 2am.

The authorities of Mallorca will conduct a pilot test in June 26th
One nightclub was used to evaluate the feasibility of opening discos across the country.
The islands will need to accommodate 300 guests.
Have had a vaccine or taken an antigen test.

If the trial goes well, Ibiza’s clubbing scene will flourish.
Mallorca could slowly build itself towards the future.
Although dancing is not permitted indoors, it is considered a normal part of life.
Outdoor bars, pubs, and nightclubs

Requirements to return to the UK after leaving the Balearic Islands

The UK’s “green” new travel classification for Mallorca
British holidaymakers should avoid Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera.
They will be required to stay in quarantine for ten more days after they return from the islands.

However, they will still need to undergo a Covid-19 (PCR) test.
Antigen) Before you travel back to the UK, book day 2 Covid and pay
To be completed in the UK, a passenger locator form must also be completed.

On the islands, there are private clinics and labs.
You will be able get a Covid test. It is worth looking around for the best prices.
Googling “precio Prueba De Antigenos” will yield the best price (price antigen).
Test) and then the location where you are in Spain.

If you are short on time, the laboratories in Menorca, Mallorca and Ibiza offer antigen and PCR testing.

Q&A – What to know before you get an antigen test for travel from Spain to and from Spain

This test is not required for children aged 4 or under.

You don’t have to quarantine the test results unless they are positive.
Positive If NHS Test & Trace informs, you do not have to quarantine
You traveled to England with someone who has been positive for HIV.
COVID-19.

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