Do you plan travel to Ibiza, Formentera, Mallorca or Menorca? In that case, you should know that the Balearic Government has imposed a series of control measures with the purpose of avoiding an increase in the incidence of coronavirus in the islands.
Since last December 20, 2020, national travelers who plan to enter the archipelago must pass a control upon arrival at the destination port or airport.
> WHO SHOULD PASS THE CONTROL?
- All those people who travel to the Balearic Islands from an autonomous community with a 14-day cumulative incidence above 60 cases per 100.000 inhabitants. These autonomies can change every week. You can check which ones are exempt from control entering here.
- Residents returning to their usual place of residence.
> WHO IS EXEMPT FROM PASSING THE CONTROL?
-Boat and aircraft crews in service.
-Under 12 years old.
-Passengers in transit in the Balearic Islands whose final destination is another Spanish community or country.
If you do not belong to any of these groups, you will have to carry out the control.
> WHAT DO YOU NEED TO TRAVEL TO IBIZA - BALEARES?
Below, we detail everything you need to travel to the Balearic Islands as long as the health measures established by the Balearic Government remain in force.
- EU digital COVID certificate.
- A proof of having received the complete vaccination schedule (at least 15 days before your arrival).
- A certificate of having overcome the disease less than 6 months ago.
If you do not have any of the three aforementioned documents, you must fill out a Sanitary Control Form (FCS) what will you find here.
In this questionnaire you will have to select the option you prefer from the following:
- I have had an antigen test in the 48 hours prior to the trip.
- I have had a PCR or TMA done within 72 hours prior to my arrival.
- I agree to keep home quarantine for 10 days.
- I have been off the islands for less than 72 hours.
- I agree to undergo an antigen test or PCR within 48 hours of my arrival. In this case, you must remain in quarantine until you are tested within a maximum period of 48 hours. When you have the result, it is essential that you send it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Once finished, you will get a QR code that will be requested upon your arrival at the port or airport. Depending on the option you have selected from the previous ones, you will have to show the documentation that justifies your choice. This may be the result of the PCR you have undergone, the antigen test or the boarding pass confirming that you have spent less than 72 hours outside the islands.
If you do not present the QR, the staff at the checkpoint will help you fill it out. If you refuse to do so or provide false information, you may be penalized.
> Cost of tests and penalties
Tests residents, both at origin and destination, are paid for by the Health Service of the Balearic Islands. Originally, you have a list of laboratories authorized to perform the test that you will find clicking here.
If you decide to do it when you arrive, you will have to go to building J of the old Can Misses Hospital within the hours indicated at the port or airport. Once in there, they will ask for an ID and the boarding pass.
If you are not a resident, you can take the test at any private laboratory assuming the cost.
> If you travel to the Balearic Islands from a foreign country ...
If you arrive in the Balearic Islands from a foreign country, the health check varies. On this website You can check what restrictions apply and what you will need to enter the Balearic Islands.
> If you come to the Balearic Islands with your own boat ...
When entering the Balearic Islands with a recreational boat from any point of the Spanish territory, you should consult your options this link.
If you need more information to travel to the Balearic Islands, enter here.