My arrival. Requeriments

An island open to visitors

The main thing for us is protecting people’s health. Mallorca is open to receiving tourists and the island is adapting to this new situation as the new normal, continuously adapting to the health measures established according to the incidence of the virus.

* If you have had symptoms of the disease or have been diagnosed with COVID-19 within the last 14 days, you should not travel.

If you plan on visiting Mallorca, you should know that, due to the COVID-19 health crisis, in order to enter Spain, both by air or by sea:

International travellers

You must fill out the Health Control Form at spth.gob.es or through the mobile APP SPTH (Spain Travel Health), in a maximum of 48 HOURS prior to arrival. Once sent, you will receive a QR code that you must show at your destination.

Requirements for travel to Spain depending on country of origin.

PCR/Antigen Test/Vaccination  Certificate/EU-COVID Certificate

Given the wide range of cases, from the country of origin to the personal health situation, we recommend that you visit travelsafe.spain.info to find out about the documentation required to enter Mallorca from abroad.

Flights with resticted entry

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Quarantines

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National travellers

From Monday 01/11/2021, you will NOT have to pass any sanitary control if you travel to the Balearic Islands from Spanish territory.

All the information can be found here.

Displacements between the Balearic Islands

Travel between the Balearic Islands is exempt from documentary and health checks.

PMI, a safe airport in front of COVID-19

The airfield is certified as a “safe airport” by the Airports Council International.

Son Sant Joan, a safe airport

Palma de Mallorca Airport has received certification from the Airport Health Accreditation (AHA) program of the Airports Council International (ACI), which accredits the airfield as a “safe airport”.

This is a program that evaluates compliance with the health measures recommended by ACI, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), EASA, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines.

Aena has pointed out that, according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), “air transport has been shown to be a low-prevalence environment for the virus, accounting for less than 1% of the detected cases of COVID-19 and with no increase in the transmission rate”.

Among these measures, ACI has certified the reinforcement of cleaning and disinfection in the facilities, the control of the maximum permitted capacity and the adaptation of the different operational processes to the new reality. Likewise, ACI has assessed the installation of protective screens, informative signs by means of digital screens, posters and public address systems, as well as social distancing marks and traces or cancellation of seats.

In this sense, Aena has developed 84 new messages, which include all these variations in different languages, and more than 400 adaptations have been created for the different spaces of the infrastructures. In addition, more than 100 hydroalcoholic gel dispensers and other ‘contactless’ elements have been installed.

AHA is the world’s first program specifically designed for the airport sector following the COVID-19 crisis. The accreditation has been granted after a careful evaluation of the sanitary measures and procedures that Aena and the Spanish authorities have introduced in all areas and processes.

Aiport info COVID-19

Relevant information to take into account if you arrive in Mallorca by air.

Balearic Ports COVID-19 Info

Relevant information to take into account if you are arriving in Mallorca by ferry.

From Monday 01/11/2021, you will NOT have to pass any sanitary control if you travel to the Balearic Islands from Spanish territory.

All the information can be found here.