Since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, we at SeeMallorca have been speculating what the summer of 2020 would look like here. At times, we wondered whether the island would be able to welcome foreigners at all but, over the past couple of months, restrictions have been lifting with no increase in Coronavirus cases.
The Spanish government hasn’t made any decisions lightly but, as part of their pilot tourism scheme, they have welcomed some Germans to travel to Mallorca since the middle of June. An announcement that direct flights between the Mallorca and the UK will resume from July 1st soon followed.
The island is predicted to be a popular place for Europeans to escape after a challenging few months. Some safety restrictions are likely to remain in place throughout the summer to keep the island’s residents and visitors safe, so do pack your face mask! But the good news is that there will be no compulsory self-isolation for tourists. A number of hotels will be welcoming guests from July and, whilst many will just enjoy an opportunity to kick back and soak up the Mediterranean sunshine, there’s much more to do in Mallorca in July.
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