Magaluf has already started its 2021 season with a bang! The international tourist hotspot in Mallorca is already super popular with different nationalities from around the world and now with the UK being added to the green list, the summer season has well and truly started.
The Balearic Islands, which consists of Mallorca, Ibiza and Menorca, have had some of the best COVID rates in Europe making these islands a very safe and perfect place to enjoy a last-minute summer holiday. However, some rules and restrictions still apply.
If you are travelling to Magaluf this summer, here is a list of the current COVID rules and regulations that you need to know.
As of Saturday 26th June, you no longer need to wear a mask when walking on the street. You do not need a mask to use the beach or any public place. However, you will need to wear a mask to enter shops, supermarkets bars, restaurants and any inside place.
With bars and restaurants, you will need to wear a mask to enter the venue and to use the bathroom area. Once you are sat down with a drink you can remove your mask.
Bars, Restaurants and Beach Club
Currently, there is no standing at the bar. You must have a table and a place to sit. Inside venues are running at 50% capacity and outside venues are running at the full 100% capacity.
Table reservation is highly recommended as early as possible. The resort is very busy with international guests so if there is a venue you really want to visit, we recommend booking as early as possible.
DJs and live music are allowed based on the venue.
Bars and restaurants can stay open until 2 am.
Nightclubs like BCM are still not open yet, but nearly all the bars in the main Magaluf strip are open until 2 am including The Magaluf Square, Stereo, Crystals, Mambos, Red Lion, Galaxy, Mr Miyagis, TigerTiger and Alex’s.
Before, there was a curfew and you needed to be back in your hotel by a certain time. Now there is no curfew and you can travel at any time.
Swimming pools in hotels and beach clubs like Oceans Beach Club are open as usual. They do have a capacity limit and you need to keep at least 1.5-metre distance from other people not in your group. Despite what some UK newspapers have said, you DO NOT need a mask in the pool.
Due to the changing nature of airport checks and tests, it is best to check the most up to date news with your travel or airline company as this can change daily and we do not want to give the wrong information.
Last updated 25th June 2021