Spain is reopening to the world from today.
Visitors can enter Spain if they have been administered the full doses of a Covid-19 vaccine approved by either the World Health Organization (WHO) or the European Medicines Agency (EMA), more than 14 days before arrival. You must also have officially approved documentation that you have completed the vaccine process.
Currently, there are exceptions for travellers from India, Brazil and South Africa.
No proof of vaccination, recovery or diagnostic test will be required from tourists from low-risk zones. Currently, the UK is a low-risk zone.
You may need proof of vaccination or tests before you can check-in at official Canary Islands tourist accommodation. Best to check before arrival.
Risk levels are updated every few weeks.
The latest came into force at 12:00 am (midnight) on June 07th.
It will be valid until 12:00 am (midnight) on June 20th
Visitors from other EU countries that are not on the low-risk list areas that have not completed the vaccine process need to have a negative covid test. From the 07th of June, a cheaper Antigen test is sufficient for EU travellers. This must be done no more than 48 hours before arrival.