Faced with the pandemic caused by COVID-19, La Palma’s top priority has been to guarantee and ensure the safety of both its own people and visitors, so that we can all fully enjoy the island and everything it offers
La Palma is 100% open to visitors. Not only prepared to receive you as you deserve but to offer you, with the quality and exquisiteness that has always characterized it, everything that the island has to offe
Measures to follow all the time and everywhere:
Masks must be worn by adults and children over the age of 6 inside buses/ships, hospitals, chemistries, opticis and similar. No mandatory if you are disabled or have a respiratory condition
Wash you hands frequently
Respect and follow any specific instructions given to you in the places you go
PREPARING FOR YOUR HOLIDAYS ON LA PALMA BEFORE COMING TO THE ISLAND. COVID DOCUMENTS I WILL NEED TO CARRY WITH ME AND TO SHOW
Situation 1 : I travel from another county (UE and Schengen)
No covid documents are necessary
Situation 2 : I travel from another country (neither UE nor Schengen)
You will have to have one of these two documents:
EU digital covid vaccination certificate or equivalent or Certificate of having overcome the disease or indicating the negative result (over 12 years of age or under 18) of a Diagnostic Test for Active Infection of COVID-19 that has been carried out by the holder PCR carried out as maximum 72 hours before arrival in Spain or antigens (24 hours before arrival)
Situation 3: I travel from another autonomous community in Spain or from another Canary Island
No covid documents are necessary
Travel by plane
It is mandatory to wear the mask, covering the mouth and nose, all the time once inside the plane, following the instructions of the airport authorities and the airlines
Each passenger will travel with a pre-assigned seat number.
External Health monitors the temperature of all international passengers arriving at the island's airports with cameras
Follow the directions of your airline at all times
Travel by boat
It is mandatory to wear the mask, covering the mouth and nose, all the time once inside the boat, following the instructions of the company
ON ARRIVAL AT LA PALMA
Welcome, and thank you for choosing us! Once on the island, this is what you should know and do Your cooperation is important!
WHERE CAN I GET FURTHER INFORMATION?
We recommend that you stay informed using the following links (only in Spanish):
Journal officiel du gouvernement des îles Canaries (http://www.gobiernodecanarias.org/boc/).
Canary Islands Government Official Website - COVID (https://www3.gobiernodecanarias.org/sanidad/scs/tematica.jsp?idCarpeta=e01092c2-7d66-11ea-871d-cb574c2473a4).
Site officiel Santé Gouvernement des îles Canaries - mesures spécifiques par île et niveaux des îles (https://www.gobiernodecanarias.org/principal/coronavirus/semaforo/)
Canary Islands Tourism Official Website (http://www.gobiernodecanarias.org/turismo/).
Ministère espagnol de la santé (https://www.mscbs.gob.es/profesionales/saludPublica/ccayes/alertasActual/nCov/home.htm).
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AND WHAT DO I DO IF I HAVE SYMPTOMS?
If you have any of the following symptoms: cough, fever, or shortness of breath, you should:
Self-isolate in a single room with a window and, if possible, with an en suite bathroom
If that's not possible,
DO NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL OR TO THE HEALTH CENTER ON YOUR OWN! FIRST CALL THE PHONE NUMBER ABOVE AND FOLLOW THEIR INSTRUCTIONS.
AND WHAT IF I HAVE TO HAVE PCR PERFORMED?
In any of these labs
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