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United Kingdom to Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera)
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Testing requirements
Fully vaccinated
If you're fully vaccinated, no tests are required for travel to Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera). Check how you can show proof of vaccination in the Vaccination or Previous infection section.
Not Fully vaccinated
Covid-19 tests are not part of the entry requirements for travel from the UK to Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera).

  • Some travel providers may require a negative test prior to travel. Always check before your journey. View Fit to Fly providers
Pre-Arrival Requirements
Applies to everyone
  • On 20th October 2022, Spain published a BOE state bulletin detailing that 'in order to favor the normalization of the international mobility', entry restrictions will be removed effective 00:00 hours on October 21 of 2022.
  • Entry and Testing rules for Sapin and the Canary Islands may differ or change at short notice. You can see rules for Spain here, and for the Canary Islands here.
  • Please note that, for the purposes of entry regulations, the UK is considered by Spain and the Balearic Islands to be a 'Third Country' (i.e. a country not part of the European Union or the Schengen Area).
Post-Arrival Requirements
Fully vaccinated
You may be subject to additional checks at the point of entry including a temperature check, visual health assessment, or testing on arrival. Passengers may also be contacted and required to undertake a COVID-19 nucleic acid amplification test - NAAT (PCR or similar) at any point up to 48 hours after their arrival in Spain.
Not Fully vaccinated
You may be subject to additional checks at the point of entry including a temperature check, visual health assessment, or testing on arrival. Passengers may also be contacted and required to undertake a COVID-19 nucleic acid amplification test - NAAT (PCR or similar) at any point up to 48 hours after their arrival in Spain.
Rules for Children
It is our understanding that there are no specific requirements for children or young people. Always check full government guidance before travel.
Additional Resources
If required by your airline or your accommodation, you can compare Fit to Fly tests here.
Further information
  • To travel to the Balearic islands from mainland Spain, you may need to show a negative COVID test depending on the region you are travelling from. Check with your travel operator and the local authorities in your final destination for guidance on domestic entry requirements.
  • At present there are no limitations for travelling to the Canary Islands from anywhere within Spanish territory. As a result, travel between the islands and from the peninsula is possible.
  • If you are travelling through another country or territory (including transit stops or layovers) before you arrive in Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza, and Formentera), please also check the Entry requirements for travel from that country.
See where we get our information
  • https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain/entry-requirements
  • http://safetourism.illesbalears.travel/en
  • https://www.sanidad.gob.es/en/profesionales/saludPublica/sanidadExterior/ControlHS.htm
  • https://www.sanidad.gob.es/en/profesionales/saludPublica/ccayes/alertasActual/nCov/spth.htm
Information is sourced from gov.uk at the time of listing and only includes testing requirements. Always check full requirements on the UK Government website and via your travel operator including any additional conditions for entry (required documentation, quarantine etc.). Be aware: some destinations aren't currently accepting travellers from the UK!
 

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