Good news !! Vaccinated Britons will be able to visit Ibiza this season!
Finally, UK people will be able to visit the Balearic Islands this summer 2021
Currently, it is difficult for British citizens due to economic reasons and quarantine rules to travel to our islands.
For these reasons there are also few flights from the UK to the Balearic Islands.
According to the British authorities, they are working on a plan so that people with double vaccination, using tests, have that test regimen in place, instead of having to be quarantined upon arrival in their country of origin.
British tourists are very important to the islands. There are places like San Antonio de Portmany or Ibiza with hotels that work exclusively with British people.
With this good news, some hotels have decided to open for the month of July.
We can say that soon we will be very happy to see British citizens enjoying our beaches with their families or friends!
Spain is now a practically safe destination. With the immunization of older age groups, regional health authorities are now in the process of inoculating their next target group: people 30 to 34 years old.
Currently the rate of vaccination in Spain is very fast.
In general, there is a good response from Spanish citizens to get vaccinated, which makes the process much easier.
The island of Ibiza currently has very few active cases of COVID, being considered one of the safest destinations in Spain.
Another good news is that as of Saturday June 26 it will no longer be necessary to use masks outside. Being only necessary and obligatory inside the shops.
This is a very good thing for people who decide to come and enjoy their holidays in Ibiza!
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