New restrictions of Balearic Islands


Update. Important: Travelers arriving in organized trips of groups of more than 20 people must have the complete vaccination schedule or present a negative PCR test done 48 hours in advance.
Read more here (in Spanish).

Sanitary measures for entry into the Balearic Islands. People from other autonomous communities or cities who entry into Balearic Islands, by air or sea, must respect special entry rules. Read more here (in Spanish).

Special entry rules into Balearic Islands.

If you are travelling from any country (except from Spain), you must check the special rules of your origin country.

If you are travelling from another part of Spain.

It is necessary to comply with two requirements:

1. PCR Test (72 hours prior to arrival) or rapid antigen test (4 8 hours prior to arrival ). Travellers are exempt:

1.1. Passengers travelling from another part of Spain with a rolling 14-day rate below 60 cases.

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

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

1.4. Children under 6 years of age.

1.5. 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.

2. You must complete this specific form (Digital FCS). Only applicable for travellers from Andalusia, Aragón, Asturias, Canarias, Cantabria, Castilla La Mancha, Castilla y León, Cataluña, Extremadura, Madrid, Melilla, Navarra, País Vasco, and La Rioja.

If you are travelling among Islands, no entry requirement is compulsory.