Covid restrictions to travel to Spain: current situation

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You are not the only one who is dying to see Spain and we know it is to enjoy the good food of the country, its sun, mountains, beach and people. For this you must know the COVID restrictionsto travel to Spain and its current situation. Today we tell you about it!

But, before we start, please note that each region in Spain works differently, so the security measures and requirements change from time to time. The best thing to do is to find out before traveling about the measures of the specific place you are going to. Now we’re getting started !

Restrictions to travel to Spain

Spain welcomes travelers, but you need a negative PCR test done 72 hours prior to travel. If your country is not at risk, this test is not necessary, you simply need to fill out a health form and scan your QR code that is generated when you complete it.

How do you know if your country is a risk area? If you are traveling to Spain from:

  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Greece
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Netherlands
  • Netherlands
  • Luxembourg
  • Sweden

Among others, you do need a PCR test, while if you come from United States, Canada, Australia, China, Japan and Eastern European and Eastern countries, forget about medical tests, get on the plane and enjoy 😉 .

Also, the Spanish government maintains that upon entering the country, at the airport they monitor all travelers and take the temperature of each one .

To return from Spain to Europe or America, a negative test is mandatory before leaving the country. That said, depending on how the situation evolves everything could be modified.

Is it safe to travel to Spain?

It is true that the current covid situation in Spain could be more favorable, but there is no doubt that it is improving. As always, the important thing is to be aware of the danger and take care of yourself.

The country’s government has worked and continues to work on improving health and safety measures to ensure calm, comfort and well-being for travelers. For example, a hygiene protocol for the hotel industry is in effect and safety measures are still in place to prevent COVID in all circumstances on public roads.

All this implies the use of masks exclusively in closed places (not outdoors) and the recommendation to make use of hydroalcoholic gel


Can I travel to Spain right now?

After reading the whole post the answer is obvious, yes you can travel to Spain. You just have to pack your suitcase and think what to do in the Spanish territory.

Surfing in Lanzarote beach

I’m sure you already imagine how your instagram photos will look like doing kayaking in Mallorca or sharing your experience in the Surf Camp in Lanzarote 😉 And always complying with the safety rules.

The best advice we can give you is that if you have the opportunity to discover the Spanish culture and landscapes do not miss it. Keep in mind the covid restrictions to travel to Spain and the importance of using protection for your own safety and of the rest. Do you dare to take the adventure?


Lucia's life motto is "go with the flow". She lets herself go with the flow and joins any plan.

She has been lucky enough to travel to many different places, but her perfect trip is any place with sun, sand and sea. Indecisive by nature, she would not know how to choose between the Canary Islands or the Balearic Islands in Spain, or between Mexican and Peruvian food. Maybe that's why she will never say no to a trip... She has to find answers!

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