Hospitality restrictions eased in the Balearics

The Balearic Government has introduced new de-escalation measures, in effect now:
● Night-time curfew now starts one hour later, at 23:00h, until 06:00h
● Outdoor bar/restaurant terraces may open Mon-Thu from 20:00h until 22:30h
● Mixing of households is now permitted without limitation, though overall restrictions on group/table sizes remain
● Shopping centres may reopen on Sundays and bank holidays Please see below the latest situation in Spain, specifically the Balearic Islands:
● No yacht restrictions, subject to arrival health declarations and PCR tests (<72 hrs)
● All Spanish waters are open for cruising and recreation as normal
● Hospitality is open on terraces until 17:00pm (and from 20:00-22:30h on Monday-Thursday only)
● Curfew from 23:00 to 06:00h
● Groups ashore may be no more than 6 anywhere, while max people per dinner/bar table is 4 persons
● Limit on board is ten guests, plus crew. No limits now on household mixing.
● Shops are open 7 days, with some capacity restrictions and closing at 21:00pm for non-essential items
● Arrivals by air from South Africa and Brazil, including crew, must quarantine for 10 days, or release after 7 days with PCR
● Non-Schengen tourism is not allowed, with some exceptions (incl Australia, NZ, China/HK, S. Korea)
● We are aware that owners/guests on private flights have arrived successfully from outside Schengen and ‘prohibited’ countries