Some of you have recently been wondering about the conditions of entry to the Canary Islands. Here we have prepared some information for you. However, always check the current situation before your trip to avoid any inconvenience.
Currently, there are no restrictions on entry to the Canary Islands for travelers from the EU, the Schengen area, or third countries.
Now, masks are mandatory for people over 6 years old when entering healthcare facilities, pharmacies, public transport or taxis.
When Covid-19 passes, a valid passport or ID card is all you need to enter the Canary Islands. The maximum length of stay without interruption is 90 days. If you want to stay here longer, you need to register with the foreign police.
The Canary Islands are not part of the European customs union, so please note that the same regulations apply to the import of tobacco and alcohol both when traveling from EU countries and when traveling from other countries of the world.
For your own use, you can import a maximum of:
- 200 cigarettes
- or 100 cigarillos
- or 50 cigars
- or 250 g of tobacco
- 1 liter of hard alcohol with an alcohol content of 22% or more
- or 2 liters of hard alcohol with an alcohol content of up to 22%, sparkling wine or liqueurs
- 4 liters of wine
- 16 liters of beer
You can import medicines for your own use without restrictions, but the amount should consider the expected length of your stay.
If you are interested in something specific, do not hesitate to contact us, and we will advise you.