Covid Travel Guide Ibiza & Magaluf

Below are the current requirements for travel to Spanish destinations Ibiza & Magaluf under COVID regulations- accurate as of December 9 2022.

Please see the FAQs at the bottom of the page for further information.


1. Double Vaccination 

To be allowed into Spain you’ll now need to have received both doses of the vaccine, with your second dose having been at least 14 days before your flight.

Use the NHS Health Pass app for easily accessible proof of your vaccination status.


2. Valid Travel Insurance

Make sure you have valid travel insurance and check if it covers Covid-19 related events.

Additionally, after you check into a registered hotel or apartment block with a tourism ministry license, a government-funded insurance policy becomes active.

So, if you test positive while you are on holiday then they provide accommodation and travel back to the UK as well as medical treatment when necessary.

All costs will be covered by the AETIB (Tourism Strategy Agency of the Balearic Islands) and national and international non-resident tourists staying in regulated accommodation in the region will be covered.

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3. Fill Out Online Health Form

Each passenger must complete this online health form no more than 48hrs prior to travel.

After being completed, you will receive a QR code that you will need to show when you arrive at the destination airport.

You can fill in the form here:
Online Health Form


1. Pre-Departure Test

Within 2 days before returning to the UK, you must take a Covid-19 test even if you are vaccinated. If your test result is positive you must not travel.

There is an option to pre-order tests to take with you on your holiday. These are available at the links below:
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If you didn’t order a testing kit before your holiday, you can find out what to do in our FAQ section below where we we have listed testing sites in both Ibiza and Magaluf


2. Fill Out Online Passenger Locator Form

All passengers are required to fill in an Online Passenger Locator Form no more than 48 hours before your arrival in the UK. You will have to show this when you check in to travel.

Fill out the form here:
Online Passenger Form

Information you’ll need:
– Your passport details or the travel.
– Document you’ll use when you arrive at the UK border.
– Your travel details, including times and dates.
– The address where you will stay in the UK (if applicable).
– Booking reference numbers for any Covid-19 tests you must take after arriving in the UK.


3. Tests Before and After Arrival

To travel back to the UK you’ll need to take a lateral flow test within two days before your flight home.

You’ll also need to book a PCR test for within 48 hours of your arrival home.


4. Quarantine

Once you’re home you’ll just need to isolate until your test hopefully comes back negative.

If it’s positive then you’ll need to isolate as usual.

You’re All Set!

Once everyone has followed these steps, you’re on your way for the best week of your life! Check out our News and Guides for your holiday to Ibiza or Magaluf

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Within 3 days of your return journey you must take a Covid-19 test with a negative result. You must supply proof of this when you check in for travel.

All passengers must also fill out an online passenger locator form no longer than 48 hours before travel. You can find that form here

Non-vaccinated people must book a test to take on or before Day 2 and Day 8 of arrival into the UK. if you are fully vaccinated you only have to take the Day 2 test.

Non-vaccinated people must also quarantine for 10 days. If you are vaccinated, you will only have to quarantine if you day 2 test result is positive.

If you have your second dose at least 14 days before travel, you will not have to take a test before travelling to your destination.

All other Covid-19 travel requirements must be followed, even if you are vaccinated.

14 days after your second dose, you will be able to access your Covid-19 Pass via the NHS app where proof of your vaccination status will be shown. More Info

You will still need to fill out all forms required but you can state that you are fully vaccinated.

You still need to take a test before returning to the UK and you will need to take a Day 2 test. If your result is positive, you will have to quarantine for 10 days.

No, since Spain is currently only accepting fully vaccinated travellers, there’s currently no requirement to take a test before your arrival.

If you do not have appropriate insurance before you travel, you could be liable for emergency costs including medical treatment.

We recommend you buy your travel insurance as soon as possible after booking your trip.

Click here for information provided by Jet2 on booking tests for your stay:
You can order Rapid Antigen Tests to take with you on your holiday so you can carry out a test within 3 days of return and receive a Fit to Fly certificate. 

Alternatively, you can visit a testing site at your chosen destination. Just open the next question tab (below) for more information.

You can visit a Covid-19 testing site at your destination if you haven’t got pre-ordered testing kits however, please be aware there is a maximum charge for a PCR test of 75 Euros. Here is a list of all local testing sites in Ibiza and Magaluf:


Location: 4 minute walk from San Antonio centre
Av. del Doctor Fleming, 5 
Sant Antoni, Ibiza 
[email protected]
To book, fill out this form
Open Monday to Saturday from 08:30 to 14:00 and from 16:30 to 20:00 | Sundays from 08:30 to 13:30
PCR tests €100 for same day results or €75 for results in 48hrs | Antigen tests €30 on weekdays and €40 on weekends

Eurofins Megalab
Location: Ibiza airport
Open 9:00 – 19:00
PCR | Anitigen

Location: Talamanca – can book remote testing in advance (straight to your accommodation)
PCR €125 | Antigen Test €65
Test results will be returned within 24hrs.

Grupo Policlinica
Location: 8 minutes walk from San Antonio centre
Open Monday-Friday: 8:00 – 21:00 | Saturday 8:00 – 14:00
PCR €75 | Antigen Test €30
Test results will be returned within 24hrs


JUM Galeón
Location: 10 min walk from Magaluf centre
C/ Galió, 3 
Magalluf Mallorca 
[email protected] 

Juaneda Urgencias Médicas Son Matias
Location: 14 min walk from Magaluf centre
Av. de Son Maties, 1 
Palma Nova Mallorca 
[email protected] 

Mallorca Nord Health Services
Location: 35 min walk from Magaluf centre
Av. de la Platja, 2 
[email protected]

Test & Fly
Location: Carrer dels Pinzons
Open 7 days a week 9:00 – 20:00
Antigen Test €30

Clinica Juaneda
Location: Palma de Mallorca (between the airport and Magaluf)
Open 7 days a week 8:00 – 21:00
PCR €75 | Antigen Test €30

Mallorca Airport/Eurowings
Location: Level 2 (Departure Area)
Open 7 days a week 8:30 – 18:30
PCR €70 |  Rapid PCR €95 | Antigen €29

If you test positive during your stay then you won’t be able to travel.

Although your travel insurance should cover Covid-19 related events, the government is also providing free insurance after you check into your hotel. This cost will be covered by the AETIB (Tourism Strategy Agency of the Balearic Islands) and it will also cover national and international non-resident tourists staying in regulated accommodation in the region. In the event of testing positive for Covid-19 while you are on holiday then they will provide you with isolation accommodation and travel back to the UK as well as medical treatment when necessary.

Click here for more information, found under the header ‘Covid Insurance’.

We recommend you still get a travel insurance policy for your stay that also covers Covid related events.

If you receive a positive Day 2 test result then your self-isolation period includes the day your symptoms started (or the day you had the test, if you do not have symptoms) and the next 10 full days.

Additionally, if you get symptoms while you’re self-isolating, the 10 days restarts from the day after your symptoms started.

As well as the Covid-19 travel requirements, there will still be restrictions in place at your destination

Throughout Spain you must follow these rules:

  1. Maintain social distancing of 1.5 metres
  2. Wear a face mask in: enclosed public spaces (e.g. hotels, shops, restaurants); on public transport; and in outdoor spaces where you can’t maintain social distancing of 1.5 metres (e.g. crowded streets, concerts, public demonstrations)
  3. Wash hands as regularly and use santizer gel where water and soap are not available

Spanish regional authorities may also impose the following additional restrictive measures:

  1. An overnight curfew (specific curfew times vary between regions)
  2. Social gatherings may be limited (e.g. to a maximum of 6 people outdoors and a maximum of 4 people inside restaurants and bars)
  3. People from different households may not be permitted to meet indoors in private homes (unless they have caring responsibilities for a dependent)
  4. Capacity restrictions at beaches or other public areas such as the use of booking systems. You should refer to local authorities for information on the measures in place
  5. If visitors test positive or develop symptoms during their stay in Spain, they may be moved to specific designated accommodation to prevent further spread

Venues and events will have social distancing measures in place so they can still go ahead while remaining safe for everyone!

Currently, most events have been postponed but keep an eye out for updates if this changes!

Currently BH Mallorca are set to be open this summer from the 15th July! As well as the hotel being open, that also goes for all their amazing events (and pool parties).

The all-inclusive package includes:

  1. Buffet-style breakfast, lunch and dinner served in the main restaurant
  2. Access to the restaurant in BH Mallorca daily from 9am to 9pm where food, non-alcoholic drinks and snacks are available
  3. A maximum of 3 alcoholic drinks per person (beer and wine) during lunch, and 3 alcoholic drinks per person (beer and wine) during dinner only
  4. At all other times any alcoholic drinks are payable locally. Food and drinks at BH Mallorca are chargeable.

Even though the strip may not be as packed as previous years and bars and clubs may have social distancing measures in place, all of the biggest and best bars and clubs will still be open along with amazing events so you’re in for a summer to remember!

Although we try our best to provide as much information about Covid-19 travel requirements as possible, we might have missed something! Here’s how you can contact us for more information:

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