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A full vaccination with a new validity period will be required for entry from 1 February 2022. This was the result of an agreement by the EU member states. They agreed to shorten the validity of vaccination certificates from 360 to 270 days. The corresponding proof of the booster vaccination or the second vaccination must have been issued at least 14 days after the administration of the last dose of the complete vaccination and must not be older than 270 days. If the second vaccination is older than 270 days, a corona test must be completed before departure. PCR, LAMP or TMA tests are permitted for this purpose up to 72 hours before departure or antigen tests up to 48 hours before departure. Proof of having overcome an infection also exempts the traveller from the pre-departure testing requirement. All travellers must continue to fill out an entry form online.
As of 04.12.21, the Covid passport applies to: Indoor recreational or catering establishments and gambling halls with catering; at events, during visits to hospitals and old people's homes/social institutions.
28.09.2021 Now the second summer since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic has come to an end. Once again, all our guests had a wonderful holiday and returned home in good health. We are very happy about this and about our great guests. Thank you for staying with us during the pandemic.
For all guests arriving by plane: https://www.spth.gob.es/ You must fill out a form on this website a few days BEFORE you fly to Spain. You will then receive a QR Code 1 day before your arrival.
Current entry and COVID-19 regulations: This is an official channel that informs about everything a tourist needs to know when coming to Spain (entry requirements, whether or not they need a PCR) and then the requirements for returning to their country.
Masks compulsory in Covid-19 periods during holiday in Spain.
The mask duty is an important safety guarantee in the "new normality". Every Spaniard or holidaymaker from the age of six must wear a mask in public places such as market halls, museums or supermarkets.
A mask must always be worn in public transport such as buses and trains, as well as in airplanes. A facemask is also mandatory outside. Exceptions are the pool, the beach, walks on quiet paths and people with breathing problems.
The Spanish Ministry of Health advises people to use disposable surgical masks made of paper and to buy them in a pharmacy, as quality is guaranteed there.
Cleaning of the holiday homes
The houses we offer have always been thoroughly cleaned, in 2020/21 they are cleaned even more thoroughly; additionally kitchens and bathrooms are disinfected. You will also find liquid hand soap in all bathrooms and kitchens.
Decoration (vases, figures, dried flowers, etc.) will be removed from the houses this year as far as possible, so they will not be as nice to look at, but safer for you and your family.
We are looking forward to seeing you!
Your team from Sunnyholidaysvillas