Trips to popular Spanish islands like Ibiza and Mallorca have been frustrating for families.
Covid rates in Spain have been worrying UK authorities for months and there have been constant rumors that the continent could go from its Amber List position to the Red one.
Cases on the mainland are now declining, but there are still 5,367 new infections every day, 15% of the peak.
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Ibiza and other Balearic Islands also had problems.
The Mirror reported in August the watered evenings earlier had resulted in British tourists being banned from gatherings after 1 a.m.
In the past seven days, there have been 70 new cases per 100,000 inhabitants on the islands.
People entering the Balearic Islands from mainland Spain will be required to provide a negative Covid test, depending on the region they are from.
Travelers traveling directly will need to provide a certificate proving that they are fully vaccinated or proof of a negative test.
Proof of having recovered from Covid will not be accepted from passengers arriving from the UK.
Children under 12 do not have to test negative.
People visiting Spain are warned that there have been a number of deaths after people fell from balconies.
They should also be aware of street crime where thieves target money and passports.
Passengers are advised not to keep their money and passport with them at the same time.
More information on trips to Spain is located here.
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