We're delighted that Mallorca, Menorca and Ibiza are welcoming UK visitors for their well-earned holidays.
There have been some recent developments on the entry requirements to travel to the Balearics, so please make sure you are able to comply with these before you travel.
This advice can change at very short notice so you should always check the FCDO travel advice before you travel. FCDO Travel Advice for Spain
Entry to Spain, including the Balearic Islands
From 2nd July, the Spanish government will require all arrivals to Spain (including to the Balearic Islands) to provide one of the following:
- Proof of full vaccination: If you’re fully vaccinated at least 14 days before your arrival, you’ll need to provide proof to enter the Balearic Islands. An NHS COVID Pass shows your COVID-19 vaccination details and will be accepted.
You can find out how to obtain your evidence by visiting the Government website:
Your NHS appointment card from vaccination centres is not designed to be used as proof of vaccination and should not be used to demonstrate your vaccine status.
- Proof of a negative COVID-19 test result: If you’re not fully vaccinated, you’ll have to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 NAAT test (PCR, LAMP, TMA or NEAR) taken within 48 hours before your arrival into the Balearic Islands. Please note, rapid antigen test results will not be accepted.
The above requirements do not apply for children aged 11yrs and under.
All travellers must complete a form
All travellers must also complete a Health Control form before they travel. Once you complete the form, you will receive a QR code which you will need to present both at the time you board the plane and when you arrive at your destination. You can find the form HERE
Returning back to the UK
With effect from Monday 19 July, the Balearics will be moved to the Amber list for entry back into the UK. You must therefore also ensure you arrange the appropriate tests and forms for when you return home. You can find out more about what you need to do in our articles here:
If the traffic light category changes whilst you are away, then you will need to comply with the requirements for the category in place for when you return home. For example, if the category changes from green to amber, you will need to comply with the amber regulations.