Spain has relaxed a travel rule that previously only allowed fully vaccinated non-EU/EEA tourists to visit the country, to now also allow those who have had Covid-19 and can prove it with a recovery certificate.
The changes to non-essential travel were published in Spain’s state bulletin on Saturday 26 February and come into force immediately.
It means that tourists from third countries (non-EU/EEA) who have recovered from Covid-19 in the past six months can now visit Spain even if they are not fully vaccinated or if their Covid vaccination certificate has expired because they haven’t had a booster shot.
In the central hours of Friday, New Year’s Eve, values are expected in many locations in the province of 24 and 25 degrees, very spring and almost summer, as a result of the entry of Saharan air, explains the director of the Laboratory of Climatology of the University of Alicante. That is to say, a farewell to the year in the style of the Canary Islands, where many people drink the grapes and celebrate the New Year on the beach.
The city hangs the entire poster in some establishments, which plan to equal or exceed the historic figures for 2019. The December Bridge is one of the most anticipated of the year. And more, as it happens in 2021, if five days come together. A date that has caused many Benidorm hotels to put up the full poster for these dates (among those that are still open) and that the hotel business has a large number of reservations until Wednesday.
Businessmen improve prices and benefits to avoid closures when they find that there is demand.
Hotels on the Costa Blanca have decided to stand up to Imserso and have launched their own vacation programs that are marketed on their websites through the internet. The Servigroup chain, which has launched an offer whereby you can spend a week’s vacation from October 1 in a four-star hotel with full board, free parking and, among other benefits, free transfer to the airport or the station from Alicante AVE from 260 euros. Other groups such as Poseidon Hotels will also make this type of offers
Eight-day holidays on the Costa Blanca from 260 euros (full board and transport included). The program is made up of cultural circuits in Spain, circuits in Europe, trips to the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands, trips to the mainland coast and stays of five days in European capitals.
The cheapest options are the Spanish coast, the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands. Customers can book trips from 230 euros without transport (260 with transport) to Andalucia (Malaga) and Costa Blanca. The other option is Salou, in Cataluña, with prices starting at 295 without transport and 325 with transport.
COVID-19 infections has fallen in the Valencian Community. Low levels of hospital admissions.