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Updated 29 November 2021 : Entry requirements for Spain have changed. Please see our Travel & Wellbeing page for more information.

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Travel and Hotel Wellbeing from Isle of Man


Leisure travel between Spain and Isle of Man is currently possible.

We are a Channel Islands based team and our decisions to ensure your wellbeing while holidaying with us are led by local Governments and their latest advice up to your departure date. Find out more about how you can Book with Confidence.

Although to many of you Spain may be very familiar, you will find there are now some new procedures in place to ensure your safety during times of coronavirus and some of these are detailed below.


Travel requirements continue to change, and complete up to date details of what will be required for Summer 2022 will be updated here in good time prior to our flight programme beginning in June. In the meantime you can find below an overview of what is currently required. This information is correct as of 29th November 2021.

  • All arrivals into Spain from Britain aged 12 years or over must present a valid vaccination certificate showing that the second dose was received 14 days prior to arrival.
  • Children up to and including 11 years of age are exempt from providing a negative test result.
  • 48 hours prior to arrival, provide contact information and any history of exposure to COVID-19. Every traveller, regardless of age or nationality, must complete an online FCS Form to retrieve a QR code.
  • Temperature check in your arrival airport.
  • Undergo a visual health assessment in your arrival airport.


Special measures to protect passengers from COVID-19 currently apply in most airports. Examples are listed below, but please note that these are subject to change

  • A facemask covering your nose and mouth must be worn at all times for passengers above 6 years old.
  • Hand sanitiser is provided for use and social distancing of 1.5 metres must be maintained.
  • Catering and shopping outlets may be limited.


BA are looking forward to welcoming you on-board your flight to Spain. They are taking protective measures on the ground and in the air to ensure your safety while travelling with them.

  • Face Masks: All passengers are obliged to wear a facemask during boarding and throughout the flight at all times. You must provide your own mask, if you do not do so, you will be refused boarding.
  • Personal Protection Pack: You’ll be given a pack with hand gel and an antibacterial wipe on boarding.


The Spanish Government have issued clear procedures and regulations to ensure the safety of all visitors as follows:

  • Hotel guests and staff must maintain a distance of 1.5 – 2 metres in public areas, clear signage will be in place throughout the hotels.
  • Facemasks are required when moving around both inside and outside the hotel.
  • Payment by card rather than cash is encouraged.
  • Entertainment programmes will continue where the activity does not require close contact. They will be held outdoors where possible.
  • Shared facilities e.g gym, spa, swimming pool, playgrounds will have increased hygiene measures and social distancing in place for clients. In gyms and spas, some equipment or treatments may no longer be available. There will be a more frequent disinfection programme across all facilities.
  • Lift capacity may be redefined to ensure social distancing can be maintained.
  • Hand sanitiser dispensers will be readily available throughout hotels.
  • Guest rooms will be thoroughly disinfected before arrival and increased measures are in place for room cleaning during your stay. Room cleaning will only take place when you are outside of your room and staff will wear protective equipment. Minibar services may not be available.


Travel requirements continue to change, and complete up to date details of what will be required for Summer 2022 will be updated here in good time prior to our flight programme beginning in May. In the meantime you can find below an overview of what is currently required. This informatio is correct as of 22nd September 2021.

On returning home to the Isle of Man, all fully vaccinated adult travellers must complete a Vaccine Exemption form and Landing Card prior to their travel home. The Landing Card must be completed no sooner than 48 hours prior to your return.

  • Arrivals who are granted vaccine exemption, or who are under the age of 12, will not be required to test or isolate on arrival
  • Arrivals who are not fully vaccinated are required to take a PCR test within 48 hours of arrival and a further test on day 6, and isolate until the result of that test.
  • Passengers between 11 and 17 years will be required to isolate until the result of their arrival test.
  • Full details of arrival requirements can be found here.


When travelling to Spain, there will now be some changes following Brexit. You need to make sure you have everything you will need in place before you travel. Things you may need to do before you go include:

Check your passport, on the day of travel it must:

  • Be valid for at least 3 months after the date you plan to leave.
  • Get travel insurance that covers your healthcare.
  • Check you have the right driving documents. You might need an international driving permit (IDP) to drive in some countries. IDPs cost £11, for more information visit the Goverment website.

While the above are current FCDO guidelines, requirements can vary dependent on the country and your carrier airline, and can change without notice. FlyDirect therefore recommends having at least 6 months validity on your passport to travel within the EU.

Find out more about Brexit.