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You will need to quarantine for 10 days unless you've been fully vaccinated in the UK*, as well as taking a pre-departure test before you arrive in the UK (a Return PCR or Antigen Fit to Fly test), and two PCR tests on return to the UK (Day 2 & Day 8). When you return to the UK, you can take a test on Day 5 (Test to Release) to leave quarantine early.
*If you were fully vaccinated in the UK at least 14 days ago, you do not need to quarantine, but still need to take a pre-departure test before arriving in the UK (a Return PCR or Antigen Fit to Fly test), and one PCR test on return to the UK (Day 2).

Palma de Mallorca Travel Restrictions

Updated:

26

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07/2021

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Reviewed:

Current

Who can travel to

Palma de Mallorca

?

Foreign Nationals, Partners to Foreign Nationals, EU Citizens, Permanent Residence Holders, Tourists, Business Travellers

Accepted tests for entry

PCR, TMA, Vaccination (2 Doses)

Test window

72 hours

Welcome to Palma

The Mediterranean city of Palma attracts thousands of visitors each year with its rich artistic, cultural and gastronomic offerings. Palma’s historic streets are home to top-notch restaurants, enticing boutiques, modern galleries, and lively food markets. 

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In 120 BC, the Romans — in the course of their conquests — founded the settlement of Palmeria (named after the branch of the palm of victory), from which the present name of Palma derives. After the collapse of the Roman Empire followed a period of turmoil: the island was conquered and plundered by the Vandals, and around 100 years later the Byzantines brought the Balearic Islands under their rule. 

Only under the rule of the Moors (from 903) did Palma de Mallorca experience a period of great prosperity, known then as Medina Mayurqa — ‘City of Majorca’ in Arabic. On September 12, 1229, the Aragonese king Jaume I conquered the island for the Christian Catalans. In 1983 Palma de Mallorda was declared the capital of the Autonomous Region of the Balearic Islands.

Size

80 square miles

Population

400,000

Visitors per year

8.9 million

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Palma: The Must See Sights

Walking through the city centre, getting to know the cathedral, climbing the Bellver Castle, tasting the tasty typical Balearic cuisine... And all this without even mentioning the beach yet! There are so many things to do and see in Palma de Mallorca. 

Since most of Palma’s sights can be found right in the old town, you can easily explore the city on foot. First, explore the landmark and the most famous sight: La Seu Cathedral. Then stroll through one of the busiest streets in the La Lonja neighbourhood, Calle Apuntadores

In the mood for some shopping? No problem! In recent years, the Paseo del Borne has finally become the most important shopping street on the island. There you’ll find Rialto Living, Louis Vuitton Store, Hugo Boss, Carolina Herrera, Nicolás Joyeros, Twin-Set and ROUGE Mallorca. 

And, of course, you can finish off the day with a sundowner at Portixol beach’s range of bars and restaurants.

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Spain COVID-19 Entry Requirements

Who can travel to

Palma de Mallorca

?

Foreign Nationals, Partners to Foreign Nationals, EU Citizens, Permanent Residence Holders, Tourists, Business Travellers

Do children need to be tested?

Testing is required, except for children younger than 12 years old.

Test Requirements

PCR, TMA, Vaccination (2 Doses)

Test window

72 hours

Result format

Print, Digital

Quarantine required and quarantine length

No

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Can You Travel To Spain?

Flights to Spain have resumed, and borders are open to all travellers from the UK.

From 2 July 2021, the Spanish government requires all arrivals to Spain from the UK (excluding children under the age of 12 years old) to present on entry one of the following:

  • documentation certifying that you have undertaken a COVID-19 nucleic acid amplification test (NAAT - e.g. PCR, TMA, LAMP or NEAR) within 72 hours prior to arrival in Spain and tested negative. Antigen tests are only accepted in certain limited circumstances as outlined in section ‘k’ of the ‘Entry requirements for entry in Spain from third countries’ on the Spanish Ministry of Health ‘Travel and COVID-19’ page.
  • proof of being fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to arrival in Spain (date(s) of vaccination must be specified), with a vaccine authorised by the European Medicines Agency or by the World Health Organisation (see the relevant FAQ for further information)

All passengers (including children under 12 years old) are obliged to complete and sign an online Health Control Form no more than 48 hours prior to travel.

On arrival into Spanish ports and airports, you may be subject to the following requirements at the point of entry:

  • Present the QR code (hardcopy or digital) issued on completion of the online Health Control Form prior to travel.
  • Undergo a temperature check
  • Undergo a visual health assessment
  • Present evidence either of a negative test taken within 72 hours prior to arrival or proof of being fully vaccinated

If you are resident in Spain, you should present proof of residence such as the ‘TIE’ (la tarjeta de identidad de extranjero) during border control.

In some parts of Spain, regardless of your country of origin, tourist accommodation providers may require you to present evidence either of a negative test, of being fully vaccinated or of having had and recovered from COVID-19 in the last 6 months. This currently applies in the Canary Islands, see the Canary Island tourist board website for details.

For travel to the Balearic Islands (Majorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera) or the Canary Islands (Lanzarote, Tenerife, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria), please see those relevant destination pages.

Local Measures
Regional measures have replaced national lockdown restrictions, allowing some regions to ease restrictions.

Many municipal and regional authorities may introduce other measures such as:

  • an overnight curfew (specific curfew times vary between regions)
  • social gatherings may be limited (e.g. to a maximum of 6 people outdoors and a maximum of 4 people inside restaurants and bars)
  • people from different households may not be permitted to meet indoors in private homes (unless they have caring responsibilities for a dependent)
  • capacity restrictions at beaches or other public areas such as the delineation of plots and the use of booking systems. You should refer to local authorities for information on the measures in place
  • if visitors test positive or develop symptoms during their stay in Spain, they may be moved to specific designated accommodation to prevent further spread

These measures may vary between regions. You should refer to local and regional authorities for advice.

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Travelling To Spain FAQs

Advice and answers from the Corona Test Centre Team

What do the three colours of the UK’s ‘Traffic Light System’ for travel mean?

  • Red: You must pay for a 10-day stay in a managed quarantine hotel, as well as taking a pre-departure test (a Fit to Fly test) and two PCR tests upon return to the UK (Day 2 & Day 8).
  • Amber: You will need to quarantine for 10 days, as well as taking a pre-departure test (a Fit to Fly test), and two PCR tests on return to the UK (Day 2 & Day 8). When you return to the UK,  you can take a test on Day 5 (Test to Release) to leave quarantine early.
  • Green: You will not need to quarantine on return, but you must take a pre-departure test (a Fit to Fly test), and a PCR test on return to the UK on Day 2.


How will the government decide which countries go on the green, amber or red lists?

Countries are assigned to the three lists, based on a range of Covid-19 health metrics, which include figures on population vaccination, infection rates and prevalence of variants. The different traffic light colours indicate the risk in each destination and the associated tests and quarantine periods required. Lists are reassessed every three weeks, to account for changes in each country’s COVID-19 situation.

Will I need a PCR Fit to Fly Certificate to travel to

Spain

?

The PCR test is the gold standard for testing coronavirus and so is recommended for travel to all countries. For Spain, only PCR Fit to Fly Certificates are accepted. If you have been vaccinated, Spain will accept this as proof.

Will I need an Antigen Fit to Fly Certificate to travel to

Spain

?

Spain accepts vaccination as an entry requirement and so you may not need to provide a PCR or Antigen Fit to Fly Certificate. However, to ensure that you and the people you meet when travelling are safe, we always recommend taking a PCR or Antigen test before travel.

Will I need a Day 2 test or Day 2 and 8 when I return to the UK?

Spainis currently on the amber list, this means that you will need a Day 2 PCR test and a Day 8 PCR test. You will need to buy this before you travel to the UK and use the reference code on your passenger location form. You will need to quarantine on arrival for 10 days. If you would like the opportunity to leave quarantine early, you can also book a Test to Release test. Please note that the travel restrictions are subject to change at very short notice.

I’m vaccinated, what tests do I need?

Spain is currently on the amber list, this means that you will need a Day 2 PCR test and a Day 8 PCR test. However, because you have both vaccinations, you can return to the UK and only take a Day 2 PCR test. You will need to buy this before you travel to the UK and use the reference code on your passenger location form. You will not need to quarantine on arrival for 10 days (unless you test positive). Please note that the travel restrictions are subject to change at very short notice.

Can I enter

Spain

with a double vaccination certificate?

Spain accepts vaccination as an entry requirement and so you may not need to provide a PCR Fit to Fly Certificate

What happens if I have visited another country before flying back to the UK from

Spain

?

The government advice for passengers travelling from Spain is that if you have visited another country in the 10 days before you arrive in the UK that is a higher risk than Spain, you must follow the travel guidance for the highest risk country you visited.

What else will I need to return to the UK?

For all countries, including Spain, you will need to take an Antigen Fit to Fly test before departing for the UK. This can be bought at Corona Test Centre’s to take with you on your travels.

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