Millions of people visit Ibiza every year and, as we well know, many of them go to enjoy the island’s superclubs and day parties, as well as its stunning natural beauty. But 2020 is a very different scenario.
Spain’s President Pedro Sánchez has announced that the country will be open to foreign visitors from July, which includes Ibiza.
“[Spain] needs tourism, and tourism needs safety in both origin and destination. We will guarantee that tourists will not run any risks, nor will they bring any risk to our country,” he said.
It is assumed that by July, Spanish nationals will not have to self-isolate when arriving in Ibiza. This is something that has been criticized by Ibiza’s President, Vincent Mari, who has called it “nonsense” and something that will cause “unnecessary damage to the islands” economically.
Visitors from England will not be required to self isolate on their arrival to Ibiza or on their return to the UK under the government’s new ‘air bridge’ ruling, as Mixmag reports.