FAQ - Frequently asked questions for the Covid 19 - Coronavirus - in Ibiza

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Is there curfew in Ibiza?

No there isn’t curfew in Ibiza

Is it still mandatory to wear masks in Ibiza?

No. Outside is not necessary to wear a mask, when social distance is possible.

The use of a mask is mandatory in closed spaces and public transport.

What is the procedure to enter in Ibiza ?

What do I need to travel to the Balearic Islands?
National and international passengers do not have to pass any health check.

Due to the new Omicron variant, travelers arriving in Spain from any airport located in Botswana, Eswatini, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa and Zimbabwe will have to isolate themselves for 10 days.

What documentation must be presented at the port or airport when arriving in the Balearic Islands?
No passenger residing in the Balearic Islands must present the form or pass any health control, as well as national passengers.
In the case of international passengers, it is mandatory to fill out the health control form. This will ask questions such as specific information about the transport company, date, time, flight number, address of the accommodation, traveler information and a health questionnaire. After filling it in, you will get an individual, personal and non-transferable QR code, associated with a single trip. This form is considered a responsible declaration and that is why the Government appeals to the individual responsibility of each passenger in the consignment of their data and in the information that is given about their health status.

Failure to fill in the form may result in a penalty, although it can be done at the port or airport sanitary control point, as well as being able to undergo an antigen test upon arrival, without the need to make an appointment.

How to prove your health situation in relation to covid-19?
All international travelers belonging to countries in a risk zone must be accredited by means of the EU Covid Digital Certificate or with an official accrediting document:

– Diagnostic test for active covid-19 infection with a negative result: it must be done within 72 hours prior to arrival or a rapid antigen test 48 hours before arrival.
– Have received the complete vaccination schedule against covid-19 throughout the previous 12 months or a dose at least 15 days before the trip and always throughout the previous 12 months.
– Having overcome the disease within the previous 6 months.

Residents of the United Kingdom must, compulsorily, present the vaccination certificate or a PCR-type test whether or not they have passed the disease.

Who is exempt from the diagnostic test?

– Passengers from countries that are not considered risk areas.
– Passengers in transit at a port or airport with final destination to another country or another place in Spanish territory
– Children under 12 years old

Where can I do the covid-19 test in Ibiza?

Tourists in Ibiza who want to take the test can do it at the

What happens if the covid-19 rapid test result is positive?

If the result is positive, it will be necessary to notify the health authorities and you will not be allowed to leave the island. You’ll be imposed quarantine.

Will we have to quarantine when we get to Ibiza ?

There is no quarantine obligation for any European country.

What happens if the traveler does not prove their health status ?

You can undergo a rapid antigen test within a maximum period of 48 hours after arrival at any of the centers authorized in the Balearic Islands, and must be kept in quarantine until the result is known. If the traveler refuses to undergo a diagnostic test, he must submit a statement by which he agrees to maintain home quarantine for ten days.

Are hotels in Ibiza open ?

Yes, most of the hotels are open

Are restaurants in Ibiza open?

Yes restaurants are open