Balearic Islands set to open for tourism once again

 Thursday, June 11, 2020 


The Balearic Islands have decided to reopen the venue for tourism once again as the number of new coronavirus infections have gradually started to show a downward graph. The island has decided to slowly move towards the tourism sector by embracing the ‘new normal’. After the region of Formentera started easing travel restrictions, the islands of Ibiza, Mallorca and Menorca followed suit and reached the third stage of the reopening plan of Spain.

According to ‘stage three’ of Spanish reopening, tourism accommodation can now operate at 50% capacity. Meanwhile, bars and restaurants have been allowed to in operate indoor areas at 75% capacity. All retail outlets have also been given the permission to reopen irrespective of their size. People are also allowed to exercise and walk outdoors without a limited timetable. As per the present rules, free movement around the individual islands is allowed. Visitors and residents can also visit the beaches with maximum group sizes of 20. Travel between the islands has also been declared open.

Vicent Torres, Deputy Director, the Balearic Islands Tourism Board said in a recent press statement the authorities of the islands are encouraged that the venue has reached a stage when moving towards the next phase of Spain’s reopening plan looks possible. He said that it is a positive move for the local tourism industry and will also pave the way for international tourists to arrive in the islands once again.

He also informed that a new travel planner has been designed to enable travellers to plan for their trips while they present confined within their homes and making plans to be ready for their next getaway to Balearic Islands. He mentioned that authorities are hoping that the new tool and measures would allow visitors to experience the islands in an even more authentic way. He concluded saying that the island is looking forward to welcoming back the British visitors back as soon as the situations get better.

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