Spain travel restrictions: health rules for entering Spain
1/ Good news for travelers coming from the European Union or the Schengen Area, it is no longer necessary to present the SpTH health control form or a COVID-19 certificate to enter Spain.
2/ There are no longer any health checks by boat or by road.
3/ Passengers arriving in Spain by AIR (except for those under 12 years old and those in international transit), coming from countries that do NOT belong to the European Union or are NOT considered Schengen associated countries, must have one of the following documents:
- Present the EU-COVID certificate valid for all EU countries; validate it before your departure on this official website https://www.spth.gob.es/spain-validator
- or, present a PCR/TMA test less than 72 hours old or a negative rapid antigen test less than 48 hours old
- or, present a certificate of cure.
Whatever your country of origin, visit this official website which clearly indicates, country by country, what are the health rules and restrictions to entering Spain:
Travel Safe: https://travelsafe.spain.info/en/
The classic documents for entering Spain
Identity card or passport for Europeans
- Travelers who are members of a Schengen country must present either a valid identity card (ID) or a valid passport at the border with Spain.
Passport and visa for non-Europeans
- Travelers who are not members of a Schengen country must present a valid passport and a visa at the border with Spain.
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