Visitors from the European Union.
The European digital certificate is now officially operational as of July 01st.
EU citizens can now enter Spain if they
Are fully vaccinated at least 14 days before travel.
Proof they have recovered from having Covid-19.
They are in possession of a negative diagnostic test (either PCR or antigen). PCR at least 72 hours prior to arrival. 48 hours before arrival For an Antigen test. This certificate is issued by national authorities in the national language and in English and can be used in all member states.
Non-EU countries safe list.
There are countries outside the EU where covid levels are low. Arrivals from these safe list counties do not require proof of vaccination or negative covid tests.
Current list safe list.
From Friday the 02nd of July UK visitors to Spain will require either.
Proof of full vaccination at least 14 days before travel.
They are in possession of a negative diagnostic test (either PCR or antigen). PCR at least 72 hours prior to arrival. 48 hours before arrival For an Antigen test. This certificate is issued by national authorities in the national language and in English.
Non-EU countries not on the safe list.
Visitors from other non-EU countries coming to Spain for leisure purposes must show proof of vaccination with one of the vaccines authorized by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or the World Health Organization (WHO), with the second dose administered at least 14 days before travel. Non-vaccinated travellers will not be allowed into Spain for tourism, even if they have a negative diagnostic test or have recovered from Covid-19, or if they received a vaccine that has not been approved by the EMA or WHO.
Children under 12 travelling with an adult who has been immunized with an EMA or WHO-approved vaccine may freely enter Spain.
Visitors from India, South Africa and Brazil are currently not allowed into Spain.
All visitors to Spain must fill out the Spanish locator form.