The fact that tourism will be able to travel to Spain from July means that all those non-resident foreigners who have a second home in Spain could move there freely.
The President of the Spanish Government, Pedro Sánchez, announced this Saturday 23rd May that foreign citizens will be allowed to travel to Spain for tourism from July.
Sanchez explained that the country has overcome the great wave of the pandemic and consequently Spain is beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel.
For now, the chief executive has not yet clarified the conditions that tourists must meet to visit the country safely.
On the other hand, several countries have put their own restrictions on
On the other hand the fact that Tourists will be able to travel Balearic Islands (or any other place in Spain) in July it’s not enough for the reactivation of tourism. Also it is necessary that the countries of origin lift their measures. Several countries have put their own restrictions on entry into the country so that even nationals have to go through a mandatory quarantine when they return from vacation.
By July, sending countries are expected to have relaxed or eliminated the conditions for entry into their territory.
Regarding the safety of tourists and residents, two days ago the Spanish Government said that no one can guarantee that there is no risk. “If what they want is for me to guarantee that the risk will be zero, I’m sorry, but I can’t do that, nor can anyone else, and whoever does it would be very unwise,” said the director of the Center for the Coordination of Health Alerts and Emergencies, Dr. Fernando Simón.
The tourism sector has shown its disappointment. Restaurateurs, hoteliers and complementary offerings expected the country to open up to foreign tourists from June 30. Tourism travel Balearic Islands July
The Balearic Islands did not have any deaths from coronavirus yesterday and the infections have gone down.