Travel to the Balearic Islands

Travelling from an international location

What do I have to bring with me to pass the health check at the airport or port?

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What do I have to bring with me to pass the health check at the airport or port?

1. Health check form

All people entering the Balearic Islands from other countries, regardless of their nationality, age or any other consideration. This does not apply to international passengers in transit at a Spanish airport with a final destination in another country, provided that the transit lasts less than 24 hours and they do not leave the airport premises.

Each form is personal and non-transferable and is associated with a single trip.

2. ACCREDITATION OF VACCINATION CERTIFICATE, DIAGNOSTIC TEST OR RECOVERY CERTIFICATE

As of 7 June 2021, all passengers arriving from a country/area at risk for SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus must present one of the following documents in order to enter Spain:

- a certificate or document certifying vaccination against COVID-19. Valid from 14 days after the complete vaccination schedule and for up to one year after the date of vaccination.

- a negative certificate of an active infection diagnostic test (NAAT), such as: RT-PCR, RT-LAMP, TMA or RAT type (rapid antigen test), 48h prior to arrival in the Balearic Islands.

- a certificate of recovery after having contracted the disease. Corresponding to a test within a period not exceeding 180 days after the date of the first positive result of an active infection diagnostic test (NAAT) and no earlier than 11 days day following the date of that positive result.

This may be an EU Digital COVID Certificate, in the case of the EU, or a supporting document as indicated above, whether from an EU Member State or a third country.

This certificate or supporting document (vaccination, diagnostic test, recovery) must be the original, written in either Spanish, English, French or German, and may be presented in paper or electronic format. Any of these documents must contain at least the following information:

- name and surname(s) of the person travelling;
- date of complete vaccination or sampling;
- type of vaccine received or diagnostic test carried out;
- country of issue.

Passengers coming from countries that do not appear on the list of HIGH-RISK COUNTRIES/AREAS are not required to take this test. Children under 6 years of age and passengers in transit at a port or airport in the Balearic Islands with a final destination in another country or another part of Spain are not required to take this test.

3. COVID EXPRÉS testing network

The Balearic Islands Health Service has a network of COVID EXPRÉS test centres where tourists and residents can take the rapid antigen test upon arrival without prior appointment.

Travelling from another part of Spain

What do I have to bring with me to pass the health check at the airport or port?

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What do I have to bring with me to pass the health check at the airport or port?

1. Health check form

All passengers entering the Balearic Islands from Ceuta, Melilla or a Spanish autonomous community, whatever its cumulative incidence (CI), regardless of their nationality, age or any other consideration. Each form is personal and non-transferable and is associated with a single trip.

CONSULT ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED BEFORE TRAVELLING AT :  viajarabaleares.ibsalut.es

2. Active Infection Diagnostic Test (AIDT)

From June 7th to June 20th

Passengers (national tourists) exempt from pre-departure COVID-19 testing:

01. Passengers from autonomous communities or cities with a rolling 14-day rate below 60 cases.

02. Passengers fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or had the first vaccination 15 days before travelling.

03. Passengers with a proof of having had COVID-19.

04. Children under 6 years of age.

05. Passengers in transit at a port or airport in the Balearic Islands with a final destination in another country or another part of Spain are not required to take this test.


Other passengers:

Other passengers (other national tourists) must provide a negative pre-departure test result; PCR or TMA (within 72 hours prior to departure); rapid antigen test (within 48 hours prior to departure).

If you do not provide proof of a pre-departure test, you will have to take a test within 48 hours after arrival and be in quarantine until you get your result. (*)

(*) There is no longer an option to take the rapid antigen test at the ports and airports of the Balearic Islands.

If you are planning to travel to the Balearic Islands from within Spain, go to the website viajarabaleares.ibsalut.es for the latest information.

CONSULT ALL THE INFORMATION YOU NEED BEFORE TRAVELLING AT : viajarabaleares.ibsalut.es

3. HEALTH CONTROL OF PASSENGERS AND CREWS OF RECREATIONAL BOATS FROM THE SPANISH TERRITORY AND TO THE BALEARIC ISLANDS

AS OF JUNE 1, 2021

The crews and passengers of vessels recreatives procedents destination of Spain and the Balearic Islands have to follow these sanitary measures contained in the current legislation

CONSULT ALL THE INFORMATION AT: www.ibsalut.es/es/control-sanitario-en-puertos-deportivos

4.COVID EXPRÉS TESTING NETWORK

The Balearic Islands Health Service has a network of COVID EXPRÉS test centres where tourists and residents can take the rapid antigen test upon arrival without prior appointment.

Travelling from one Island to another

What do I have to bring with me to pass the health check at the airport or port?

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No special health check measures are required for travelling from one island to another. You do NOT need to complete the Health Check Form. You do NOT need to present a certificate showing a NEGATIVE AIDT result (RT-PCR or other molecular techniques for detecting viral RNA with equivalent reliability, such as TMA, RT-LAMP)

mallorca

LEVEL OF PROTECTION

1

protection measures

formentera

LEVEL OF PROTECTION

1

protection measures

ibiza

LEVEL OF PROTECTION

1

protection measures

menorca

LEVEL OF PROTECTION

1

protection measures

COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS IN THE BALEARIC ISLANDS

formentera

Dades de 13-06-2021

0

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

0

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

1%

Positivity rate

13%

Vaccination rate

MOSTRAR GRAFIQUES

Interval 27-02-2021 - 13-06-2021

Positivity rate

Extended info

menorca

Dades de 13-06-2021

0

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

0

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

2%

Positivity rate

24%

Vaccination rate

MOSTRAR GRAFIQUES

Interval 27-02-2021 - 13-06-2021

Positivity rate

Extended info

mallorca

Dades de 13-06-2021

0

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

0

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

1%

Positivity rate

23%

Vaccination rate

MOSTRAR GRAFIQUES

Interval 27-02-2021 - 13-06-2021

Positivity rate

Extended info

ibiza

Dades de 13-06-2021

0

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

0

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

2%

Positivity rate

20%

Vaccination rate

MOSTRAR GRAFIQUES

Interval 27-02-2021 - 13-06-2021

Positivity rate

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Safe tourism in the Balearic Islands

Travelling safely

The Balearic Islands have a prestigious health network consisting of 11 public hospitals, an extensive range of primary care facilities, a renowned Blood and Tissue Bank Foundation (one of the best in Spain) and a network of prestigious private clinics. These bodies have their own research committees and include the Son Espases University Hospital, one of the country's leading hospitals, also housing the Faculty of Medicine since 2016.

The islands provide a safe environment, strategically located in the Mediterranean, offering the best services and equipped with the ideal infrastructure to welcome visitors

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Travelling safely

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Infocovid

The INFOCOVID helpline is operated by medical emergency technicians and nurses from the COVID head office of the Balearic Islands Health Service. Call 900 100 971, or +34 871 120 130 if you are an overseas tourist

900 100 971

HEALTH ADVICE IN THE BALEARIC ISLANDS

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Travel recommendations and activities

Check out all the possibilities that the Balearic Islands offer you related to what you like to do

COVID-19 DEVELOPMENTS IN THE BALEARIC ISLANDS

Interval
27-02-2021 - 13-06-2021

0

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

see graphics

0

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

see graphics

1%

Positivity rate

see graphics

13%

Vaccination rate

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

Taxa de positivitat acumulada

Interval
27-02-2021 - 13-06-2021

0

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

see graphics

0

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

see graphics

2%

Positivity rate

see graphics

24%

Vaccination rate

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

Taxa de positivitat acumulada

Interval
27-02-2021 - 13-06-2021

0

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

see graphics

0

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

see graphics

1%

Positivity rate

see graphics

23%

Vaccination rate

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

Taxa de positivitat acumulada

Interval
27-02-2021 - 13-06-2021

0

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

see graphics

0

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

see graphics

2%

Positivity rate

see graphics

20%

Vaccination rate

Cumulative incidence last 7 days

Cumulative incidence last 14 days

Taxa de positivitat acumulada

1

MALLORCA

MOBILITY

CURFEW

NO CURFEW

SOCIAL AND FAMILY GATHERINGS

INTERIORS

It's recommended Maximum 10 people

From any household

SOCIAL AND FAMILY GATHERINGS

Open air and beaches

IT'S RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM 15 PEOPLE

From any household

SHOPS AND LARGE RETAIL OUTLETS

CAPACITY

CAPACITY 100%

SHOPS AND LARGE RETAIL OUTLETS

CLOSING TIME

12AM

BARS AND RESTAURANTS

EXTERIOR

100% CAPACITY / 10 PEOPLE PER TABLE / MAXIMUM CAPACITY 250 PEOPLE

Smoking is not allowed

BARS I RESTAURANTS

INTERIOR

CAPACITY 50% / 6 PEOPLE PER TABLE / MAXIMUM CAPACITY 150 PEOPLE

BARS AND RESTAURANTS

CLOSING TIME

12AM

if permitted by municipal regulations

BEACHES

CLOSURE

FROM 12AM TO 6AM

1

FORMENTERA

MOBILITY

CURFEW

NO CURFEW

SOCIAL AND FAMILY GATHERINGS

INTERIORS

It's recommended Maximum 10 people

From any household

SOCIAL AND FAMILY GATHERINGS

Open air and beaches

IT'S RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM 15 PEOPLE

From any household

SHOPS AND LARGE RETAIL OUTLETS

CAPACITY

CAPACITY 100%

SHOPS AND LARGE RETAIL OUTLETS

CLOSING TIME

12AM

BARS AND RESTAURANTS

EXTERIOR

100% CAPACITY / 10 PEOPLE PER TABLE / MAXIMUM CAPACITY 250 PEOPLE

Smoking is not allowed

BARS I RESTAURANTS

INTERIOR

CAPACITY 50% / 6 PEOPLE PER TABLE / MAXIMUM CAPACITY 150 PEOPLE

BARS AND RESTAURANTS

CLOSING TIME

12AM

if permitted by municipal regulations

BEACHES

CLOSURE

FROM 12AM TO 6AM

1

IBIZA

MOBILITY

CURFEW

NO CURFEW

SOCIAL AND FAMILY GATHERINGS

INTERIORS

It's recommended Maximum 10 people

From any household

SOCIAL AND FAMILY GATHERINGS

Open air and beaches

IT'S RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM 15 PEOPLE

From any household

SHOPS AND LARGE RETAIL OUTLETS

CAPACITY

CAPACITY 100%

SHOPS AND LARGE RETAIL OUTLETS

CLOSING TIME

12AM

BARS AND RESTAURANTS

EXTERIOR

100% CAPACITY / 10 PEOPLE PER TABLE / MAXIMUM CAPACITY 250 PEOPLE

Smoking is not allowed

BARS I RESTAURANTS

INTERIOR

CAPACITY 50% / 6 PEOPLE PER TABLE / MAXIMUM CAPACITY 150 PEOPLE

BARS AND RESTAURANTS

CLOSING TIME

12AM

if permitted by municipal regulations

BEACHES

CLOSURE

FROM 12AM TO 6AM

1

MENORCA

MOBILITY

CURFEW

NO CURFEW

SOCIAL AND FAMILY GATHERINGS

INTERIORS

It's recommended Maximum 10 people

From any household

SOCIAL AND FAMILY GATHERINGS

Open air and beaches

IT'S RECOMMENDED MAXIMUM 15 PEOPLE

From any household

SHOPS AND LARGE RETAIL OUTLETS

CAPACITY

CAPACITY 100%

SHOPS AND LARGE RETAIL OUTLETS

CLOSING TIME

12AM

BARS AND RESTAURANTS

EXTERIOR

100% CAPACITY / 10 PEOPLE PER TABLE / MAXIMUM CAPACITY 250 PEOPLE

Smoking is not allowed

BARS I RESTAURANTS

INTERIOR

CAPACITY 50% / 6 PEOPLE PER TABLE / MAXIMUM CAPACITY 150 PEOPLE

BARS AND RESTAURANTS

CLOSING TIME

12AM

if permitted by municipal regulations

BEACHES

CLOSURE

FROM 12AM TO 6AM