Updated 23 May 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

If you are 18+ and vaccinated
You must show proof of full vaccination – that is, proof that you completed a course of vaccinations no more than 270 days (about nine months) ago, or that you have subsequently had a booster jab. For UK travellers the NHS Covid pass is sufficient.
If you are aged 12-17 or unvaccinated
If you are 12-17 and have yet to complete a full course of vaccinations, or if you are 18+ and unvaccinated, you may still enter Spain with written proof of a negative antigen/lateral flow Covid taken within 24 hours of your arrival.
If you are 11 and under
No test or vaccination required

Spanish health locator form – no longer required unless you are unvaccinated. Visit the Spain Travel Health website for full details.

Face masks
From April 20 face masks are no longer a requirement in indoor spaces. Further information: 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 February – as reported by Menorca.info – Menorca’s vaccination rate outstripped that of many European countries, with 89.7% of all residents aged 5 and over fully vaccinated.

Rules for returning to UK
As from 18 March the UK has no rules and regulations regarding international arrivals.