COVID-19 / TRAVEL TO IBIZA FOR 2022

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

FOR CUSTOMERS DEPARTING FROM THE UK
From 1st December 2021 all arrivals to Spain will need to have been double jabbed and be fully vaccinated. 

 

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)
You will also be required to complete the Spanish Ministry of Travel Health Control Form  

 

RETURNING TO THE UK

Within 48 hours of arrival back to the UK you are required to take a lateral flow test. If this test is positive you are required to take a PCR test

These rules are as per announcement on 5th January 2022 and apply to residents of England. Different rules may apply to residents of Scotland, Wales & Northern Ireland. Please check with your relevant devolved Government for the latest information

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

There are currently no testing requirements in Ibiza 


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Travel Insurance

Please ensure you have adequate travel insurance
There are providers that provide specific Covid cover
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

 

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

Bars and restaurants can remain open until 2am with certain restrictions:

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 05.01.2022

 

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