Stringent rules have kept infection rates low in the Canary Islands where tourists are now returning to the new normal of holidays.
Hand-sanitising stations, one-way systems, QR-code menus, distanced tables and face masks are now the reassuring norm at sights, museums, restaurants, bars and airports. Masks are mandatory whenever you’re out in the Canary Islands and can’t maintain 1.5m distance (and everywhere in public in most other Spanish regions).
As of 14 November, clients travelling to Lanzarote are required to show a negative Covid test result on their arrival at the property. The test has to have been taken no more than 72 hours before travel.