Respecting the current restrictions, under which circumstances
can I come to Mallorca?
Tuesday, 28 March 2023 13:13:24
Under the current situation, you will not be allowed to enter Mallorca and they will send you back if you do not fulfil one or any of the below mentioned conditions:
- You must be a resident of Mallorca (or Spain)
- If you are coming directly from your home country which is a member of the Shengen Treaty (including Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland) or Andorra
- If you are married to a Spanish citizen or registered partner to one
- If you are a descendant of a Spanish citizen living in his/her charge and travelling with him/her or if you are travelling to meet him/her
- If you have a long-term visa issued by a State of the European Union or a member of the Schengen Treaty
- If you have proven, most urgent family reasons
- If you have duly proven force majeure or you are in a situation of need, or simply out of humanitarian reasons.
II. Conditions of work services apply for:
- Cross-border workers
- Care workers, who look after elderly or ill citizens and need to travel to work, either in a hospital, care home or private home
- Workers in the transport section, who are involved in shipping and transporting essential goods. Crew members of a vessel if they are in transit and leave port after depositing the goods Flight crews of commercial planes delivering essential goods to the island who will also leave the island after the goods have been deposited
- People with assigned special duties, such as the diplomatic corps, members of international and humanitarian organisations, military staff, so that these people can exercise their duties
If none applies for you, can you come to Mallorca?
There is currently no answer to this question. Non-essential travel restrictions are in place until 15th June, these restrictions may be extended but right now no-one knows what will happen and the government has not issued a definite statement yet.
As a non-resident but a property owner or a person who rents a property in Mallorca, am I entitled to come to the island in-spite of the restriction?
Unfortunately, you may only travel to Mallorca if any one of the above-mentioned conditions applies to you providing you do not hold Spanish residency. Owning or renting a property here on the island does not exempt you from travel restriction.
Although one of the above conditions applies for me, will I have to go into quarantine when I come?
Right now, unfortunately yes you will have to, stay in quarantine for 14 days upon arrival in Mallorca or mainland Spain. You will have to remain in your property or accommodation and you will only be able to go out in order to purchase essential goods such as food and basic products, to visit a doctor or if you have a case of force majeure or you are in a situation of need.
When will the quarantine be lifted?
The quarantine will end when the state of alarm ends. Currently, it is supposed to end on Monday 8th of June, but the government is already thinking out loud of extending for 2 more weeks. This extension has not been decided on yet definitely.
I have the permission to come to Mallorca due to my work situation in one of the above conditions. Must I also go into quarantine upon arrival?
A 14-day quarantine would only apply for you if you have had proven contact with a person who has been diagnosed with Covid-19 virus. If not, then you will not be subject to quarantine ruling.