To travel to the Balearic Islands, you must:
Provide proof of full vaccination, proof of a negative COVID-19 test or proof of recovery from COVID-19.
If you’re 12 years old or over, and fully vaccinated, you must provide:
- Proof of full vaccination: To be fully vaccinated, you must have received both doses of a 2-dose vaccine or one dose of a 1-dose vaccine at least 14 days before your arrival. If you received your final dose of the vaccine more than 270 days prior to you arriving in Spain, you must show proof of having the booster jab. The final dose of the vaccine has no expiry date for children aged 12-17 so they don’t need to show proof of the booster.
If you’re 12 years old or over, and are not fully vaccinated, you must provide proof of either:
- Negative COVID-19 PCR test taken, at most, 72 hours before your scheduled arrival time.
- Negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test, at most, 24 hours before your scheduled departure time.
- Digital certificate of recovery from COVID-19 dated between 11 to 180 days after testing positive.
The UK Government have advised that you can’t use a free NHS COVID-19 test for international travel as the result certificates don’t contain all of the required information.