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Informação Coronavírus Benidorm

Current restrictions (26th April 2021 - 9th May 2021)

Limitation of gatherings in public and private places

  • Up to 6 people together in public spaces

  • Meetings in private homes are limitated to 2 households

Restaurants, pubs and bars

  • Terraces can be used in a 100% of their capacity

  • Indoors can be used at a 30% of their capacity

  • A maximum of 6 people together at the same table

  • They can be open until 22h (10pm)

Lockdown rules

  • Nonessential businesses can be open until 22h (10pm)

  • 22h (10pm) curfew.
  • No one in Spain can enter or exit the Valencian Community without a compelling reason.
  • Tourists from other countries can enter the Valencian Community with a negative PCR test.



1. Health control form (FCS): All people entering Spain from other countries, regardless of their nationality, age or any other consideration, must fill out a health control form (FCS) to obtain a QR Code, in order to show it at the control points upon arrival in Spain. Each form is personal and non-transferable and is associated with a single trip.

  • You can fill out the form electronically on the website or through the Spain Travel Health (SpTH) app.
  • Exceptionally, you can print it out and bring it in paper here, on DIN A4 paper, double-sided.


2. Active Infection Diagnostic Test (AIDT): All passengers who come from a risk country/area in relation to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus, must present, in order to enter Spain, at least one of these diagnostic tests at the destination airport or port:

  • A certificate with a negative PCR result (COVID-19 RT-PCR), carried out in the 72 hours before arrival in Spain.
  • A certificate with a negative TMA result (Transcription-Mediated Amplification), carried out in the 72 hours before arrival in Spain.
  • A certificate with a negative RT-LAMP result (Reverse Transcriptase Loop-Mediated Isothermal Amplification), carried out in the 72 hours before arrival in Spain.

The certificate must have the following information:

  • Passenger's name
  • Passport or ID
  • Date of the test
  • Identification and contact details of the centre that performs the analysis.
  • Technique that has been used for the test
  • Results of the test

The identity document in the Health Control Form (FCS) must be the same on the AIDT certificate.

You must bring the certificate in Spanish, English, French or German language, and both paper and electronic format are allowed.

Children under 6 years old are exempt from diagnostic testing for active SARS-CoV-2 infection, but must have filled in the Health Control Form (FCS).

The fact of having received vaccination against COVID-19 does not exempt from the presentation of the AIDT.

List of risk countries/areas in relation to the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus:

The list of high-risk countries and areas will be published every fifteen days on the Ministerio de Sanidad website. Any change in the list of affected territories will become effective from seven days after its publication. Each published list of high-risk countries or areas will clearly indicate the effective dates.


3. Health and documentation control: Everybody who arrives to Spain by air or water transport, must undergo a health control before entering the country in the destination's airport/port.

  • Temperature control (it must be under 37.5ºC).
  • Visual control by the authorities over the passengers appeareance (illness-wise).

Those passengers who, after carrying out temperature controls, visual control or documentary control, are determined to be suspected of having COVID-19, must undergo an Active Infection Diagnostic Test (AIDT) .


This information has been collected from the following websites: