The coronavirus pandemic is still active in Ibiza. Check here for updated information on restrictions on the island caused by the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic.
We inform you of the level of health alert in which Ibiza is at the current moment and about what implications it has. We tell you in detail what can and cannot be done, what are the activities and capacity allowed, curfew times, as well as the rest of practical information to move safely and calmly around the island of Ibiza.
In addition, if you plan to travel to Ibiza or any of the Balearic Islands during the state of alarm, we also inform you about how you should do it in this link:
The decrease in the incidence of cases in Ibiza causes the Level 2 health alert measures to be relaxed on the island as of Saturday, April 24.
The biggest novelty is that of the controversial hours of bars and restaurants that, despite having been extended, does not convince the Ibizan bosses. Likewise, it is extended in curfew hours until 23 pm.
FROM APRIL 24:
-Curfew from 23 to 6 hours.
-Indoor family and social gatherings may be carried out with a maximum of six people (two nuclei of coexistence). Outdoors and beaches also 6 people, but without limit of cohabitants.
-Bars and restaurants may open their terraces at 100% of its capacity. Shall close at 17:20 p.m. and may reopen at XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. to serve dinners until 22.30:XNUMX p.m. The Friday, Saturday and Sunday they can only open until 17 hours. The interior will continue to be closed.
-The tables of bars and restaurants may have a maximum of four people without limit of coexistence nuclei.
-They can serve food at home until 24 hours and open for pick-up at the door until 22.
-All the shops must close at 21 hours, except gas stations, grocery stores or essential products and hairdressers. 75% capacity (50% large stores).
-Cultural shows at 50% capacity, as long as the audience is seated.
-In the cinemas you can eat and drink if your audience is reduced al 40%.
-Places of worship with a maximum of 50% of its capacity.
-In the congresses there may be a maximum of 100 participants outdoors and 75 indoors.
-Buses with limited capacity. People at risk are advised not to use public transport.
-Beaches and parks open from 7 am to 21 pm.
-The visits to health centers can always be done under the supervision of staff from the center. One person's restriction is lifted one hour a day.
-The Gyms may open 30% of their capacity. Mask must be worn. In the rooms, there may be up to 15 people for low intensity activities or 6 people for high intensity activities.
-In the state-level sports competitions the number of attendees in the finals may be increased or play-offs of the meetings, always within the established percentages. Permission will have to be requested from the General Directorate of Public Health.
-The Contact federated sports competitions are allowed from 6 years.
-The practice of outdoor sports and excursions are limited to 10 people, always without contact.
-10 people in the dance academies.
FINES AND PENALTIES:
-The fine for not wearing a mask is 100 euros.
-Meetings with non-partners can carry serious fines, between 3.001 and 60.000 euros. There are exceptions to this rule, however: People who live alone can join another family unit. Minors can also meet with their parents, in the case of separated parents, and couples who live in different houses can also meet. Caregivers of minors, elderly or dependent, disabled or especially vulnerable are also exempt from this restriction.
-Fringements such as failing to comply with the gauges or not offering information on schedules, social distance, masks, etc., by businesses, may entail fines considered serious, from between 3.001 and 60.000 euros.
-They are considered very serious offenses organize, market or participate in meetings, parties or events with crowds or that very widely exceed the capacity limits, with fines of between 60.001 and 600.000 euros.