Updated 10 January 2022

Menorca has been a very safe destination throughout the pandemic and remains so – safer than the UK, safer than mainland Spain, safer than many places around the world. Naturally however, there are restrictions in place on the island aimed at keeping visitors and residents as safe as possible.

Current Spain arrival rules
Currently, all arrivals aged 12 years and over to Menorca from the UK must show proof of double vaccination. Under-12s are exempt. All arrivals must also complete a simple Locator Form. Visit the Spain Travel Health website for full details.

Out and about
You must wear a face masks in shops and other indoor public areas. Face masks are not required in your holiday villa or around your own pool, and are no longer required in the street or on the beach. Full details: http://safetourism.illesbalears.travel/en

Villa cleanliness
Rest assured that all of Travel Menorca’s villas and apartments are diligently cleaned between guest arrivals to ensure optimum safety for our guests.

Vaccination rate
As of late November – as reported by Menorca.info – Menorca’s vaccination rate outstripped that of many European countries, with 82.8% of all residents aged 12 and over fully vaccinated.

Rules for returning to UK
If you are fully vaccinated, there is no requirement to take a Covid test before you return to the UK and there is no quarantine required on arrival in the UK. You must pre-book a lateral flow test to be taken in the 48 hours after arrival, and complete a Traveller Locator Form before your trip home. Children aged 4 and under do not have to take any  travel tests. Children aged 5 to 17 have to follow the same post-arrival testing rules as adults.

More info: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/travel-to-england-from-another-country-during-coronavirus-covid-19