It has been more than a month since the state of alarm was lifted and travel is now allowed. In spite of everything, I still some restrictions remain, What club hours or PCR or antigen test to enter a tourist island like Ibiza. All the details to be able to travel to the Balearic Islands are explained below.
The vaccinated do not need tests
Currently, anyone who has received at least a dose of the vaccine Before 15 days of travel, you will not need a negative PCR test. Neither do the people have passed the disease in the six months prior to the trip. Also, if you are traveling from a community with a incidence at 14 days less than 60 cases per 100,000 inhabitants They will also not have to present an anti-Covid test. Right now, they are Valencian Community, Galicia or Ceuta.
On the other hand, people who have not been vaccinated and who come from areas of Spain with an incidence greater than 60 cases will have to present a antigen test before 48 hours of the trip. It will not be necessary to do the PCR in the previous 72 hours. It should be noted that the cost of the tests for residents will be assumed by the Balearic Health Service. On the other hand, it is important to fill out the sanitary control form (FCS).
Nightclubs, restaurants and other restrictions in Ibiza
From June 19, the Balearic Islands eliminated the curfew and also the number of people that can be gathered. The capacity in cinemas and theaters is 75%. All shops must close at 12 at night. The public parks and beaches They will be closed from 12 at night until 6 in the morning.
The hours of bars and clubs It will be until 2 in the morning. Outdoors there may be a maximum of 12 people, while indoors only 50% can. Dancing is prohibited and on the terraces you will not be able to smoke.