COVID-19 / TRAVEL TO IBIZA FOR 2021

For travel restrictions from your country of residence please check the relevant Government websites

Updated 14th July 2021 
This is our current understanding of the evolving rules
 

RESTRICTIONS IN IBIZA
Face masks are no longer required when outdoors in Ibiza/Spain
Restrictions still apply when indoors in public areas   

Some areas on Ibiza including San Antonio are applying restrictions on the number of people that can sit together

Bars are closing at 2am

 

TRAVELLING FROM UK

Arrival in Ibiza

If you have been double jabbed then you do not need to provide evidence of a negative test on arrival in Ibiza
If you have not been double jabbed (including anyone 12 and over) then you will need to provide proof of a negative PCR test on arrival in Ibiza (the test will need to have been taken within 72 hours prior to arrival in Ibiza)

In Ibiza the UK Govt. requires you to have a negative PCR test and provide proof to UK Border Force on arrival back in the UK

When back in the UK you do not need to self isolate if you have been double jabbed. You are required to have a test on day 2 and day 8 of your return to the UK

If you have not been double jabbed then you will be required to self isolate on return to the UK for 10 days. You are required to have a test on day 2 and day 8 of your return to the UK


RETURNING TO THE UK

In Ibiza the UK Govt. requires you to have a negative test (either PCR or antigen) and you will be required to provide proof to UK Border Force on arrival back in the UK

When back in the UK you do not need to self isolate if you have been double jabbed. You are required to have a test on day 2 and day 8 of your return to the UK 

If you have not been double jabbed then you will be required to self isolate on return to the UK for 10 days. You are required to have a test on day 2 and day 8 of your return to the UK 

Children under 18 are exempt from self isolation

For more information for UK residents you can click this link to visit the UK Government Foreign Commonwealth and development office website: 

 

TESTING IN IBIZA
Type of test (According to the UK Govt website):

You must make sure that the test provider you choose can meet the standards for pre-departure testing.

The test must meet performance standards of ≥97% specificity, ≥80% sensitivity at viral loads above 100,000 copies/ml.

This could include tests such as:
- a nucleic acid test, including a polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test or derivative technologies, including loop-mediated isothermal amplification (LAMP) tests

- an antigen test, such as a test from a lateral flow device

It's your responsibility to ensure the test meets the minimum standards for sensitivity, specificity and viral load details. You must check with your test provider that it meets those standards.

You may not be able to travel if the test does not meet these standards. It's your responsibility to ensure you get the right test that meets the above requirements.

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You can contact Salutlabs (www.salutlabs.com) to arrange a test in Ibiza

Other providers may also be available


Travel Insurance

There are providers who will provide cover for "amber" destinations
For example Staysure

 

TRAVELLING FROM OTHER COUNTRIES

Specific entry restrictions and testing requirements may be in place depending on the country you are travelling from.

Outside the European Union and the Schengen free-travel area some restrictions on travellers remain in place. Please refer to the Spanish Embassy in the country you are resident in for further advice.

Please check with the Government of the country you reside in for any travel restrictions that are in place

 

This information has ben provided to the best of our knowledge. The situation remains fast moving and fluid
We can not take any responsibility for errors or omissions  

Updated 14.07.2021