Covid-19 travel testing requirements for:
Spain (including the Canary Islands)
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Covid-19 requirements for travel on 12th Sep 2021.
Page updated on 29.11.21 | Reviewed 29.11.21
Information is sourced from gov.uk at the time of listing. Always check the full requirements on the UK Government website and via your travel operator including any additional conditions for entry (required documentation, exemptions etc.). Be aware: some destinations aren’t currently accepting travellers from the UK!
Entering into Spain (including the Canary Islands) from the UK if you are not fully vaccinated
Sun 12th September 2021 | United Kingdom to Spain (including the Canary Islands)
Entry requirements
  • All persons entering Spain from other countries must complete the Health Control Form and obtain their QR code before travelling to Spain.
Testing requirements if you are not fully vaccinated
Before departure from the UK to Spain (including the Canary Islands) you must take either a PCR or an Antigen test.
Fit to Fly PCR Test
  • Take no more than 72 hours before arrival in Spain (including the Canary Islands).
OR
Fit to Fly Antigen Test
  • Take no more than 48 hours before arrival in Spain (including the Canary Islands).
  • Note: Antigen tests are only valid for entry into Spain for Spanish and EU citizens and their families.
Post-arrival requirements if you are not fully vaccinated
Our sources don't currently indicate that any testing or quarantine is required after you arrive in Spain (including the Canary Islands).

Rules change at very short notice. Always check full government guidance before you travel.
Rules for children
Children under 12 are exempt from testing, but must still fill out and present the Health Control Form.
Further information
  • Always check the full government guidance for travel to Spain (including the Canary Islands).
  • See supporting information here.
  • Recovery certificates are not accepted for UK and other third country nationals travelling to Spain.
  • If you are travelling through another country or territory (including transit stops or layovers) before you arrive in Spain (including the Canary Islands), please also check the Entry requirements for travel from that country.
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