Tourism accounts for 12% of Spain’s GDP, employing 2.6 million people, with the Canary and Balearic archipelagos relying almost solely on tourists. Coronavirus has hit the country and the industry hard but now we are easing out of lock-down and starting to become ‘the new normal’.
Spain has announced that they will welcome visitors from 1st July without the 2 week quarantine measure in place. This is good news for the tourism industry and also for many visitors who have been dreaming of travel, holidays and visiting loved ones for the past 3 months.
Spain will not enforce the 2 week quarantine rule but for example returning home may mean you will have to still quarantine on your return to your home country. Please do check government websites for more details if you are planning to travel.
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