Spain travel rules: Can I go on holiday to Tenerife, Lanzarote, Ibiza and Majorca?

BRITS are expected to ditch the UK this weekend for sunnier climates after travel restrictions were lifted in time for the October half-term.

With Spain's Canary and Balearic Islands popular with UK holidaymakers, we've explained everything you need to know about travelling to the islands.

Can I go on holiday to the Canary Islands?

The Canary Islands, which includes Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria, are open to Brits, with the green and amber lists being scrapped.

This means Brits can return from their holiday to the islands without having to quarantine, and only need a negative test on day two which can be a lateral flow from October 24.

Can I go on holiday to the Balearic Islands?

The Balearic Islands, which include Ibiza and Majorca, are also open to Brits, with the green and amber lists being scrapped.

This means Brits can return from their holiday to the islands without having to quarantine, and only need a negative test on day two which can be a lateral flow from October 24.

What are the Canary Islands' travel rules?

All arrivals, even if fully vaccinated, must fill in a Spanish Health Form before arrival.

If you can prove you are fully vaccinated – with the NHS app accepted – then you will not have to take a pre-arrival test.

The islands also have a number of rules when on holiday.

Some resorts may need you to show a negative Covid test, so it is worth checking before travelling.

Kids under 12 are exempt from having to be vaccinated.

The islands are on the lowest Covid alert level, although social distancing, capacity limits and face mask rules are still in place.

What are the Balaeric Islands' travel rules?

All arrivals, even if fully vaccinated, must fill in a Spanish Health Form before arrival.

If you can prove you are fully vaccinated – with the NHS app accepted – then you will not have to take a pre-arrival test.

The islands also have a number of rules when on holiday.

Some resorts may need you to show a negative Covid test, so it is worth checking before travelling.

Kids under 12 are exempt from having to be vaccinated.

Tourists also have to wear masks in public spaces including public transport, as well as when walking on beaches.

There is also limited capacity at beaches and attractions.

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