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There is some confusion among foreign visitors regarding the requirements concerning the Covid19 regulations to access Spain. On Malaga Airport Transfers try to clarify to you what you need to travel to Spain.
We expect several “tropical nights” these days and maximum temperatures between 35-40 degrees in the inland.
The Spanish government proposes to keep the nightclubs closing time at 2 am. Does this affect your holiday? 06/01/2021
Restrictions due to pandemic aren’t yet over. Among other measures, this will likely limit the intention to spend a party holiday in Spain due to the uncertainty of how long it will last. Will this measure provide more health safety? Does this mean, in addition, that the Andalusian coast will enjoy a more calm and relaxing tourism?
The massive vaccination to the population of Gibraltar allows the city to have no new cases in the latest month. A face mask is not mandatory for hospitality staff if they have received the complete vaccination.
Malaga has achieved up to 41 blue flags this year. These are the most valued awards on the Malaga coast because they indicate the environmental and tourist quality of the beaches. We remember that last year 30 blue flags were achieved throughout the province of Malaga so this year can be considered a success.
Malaga province, as well as the rest of Andalusia, improves its Covid rate for everyone’s peace of mind. In fact, Andalusia expects to receive foreign visitors thanks to the state of alarm’s restrictions until now and vaccination progress. The state of alarm has been finished already and currently, it’s possible the free movement through locations and provinces in Spain with no lockdowns or curfew.
These recent changes mainly affect urban roads, but not exclusively. Pay attention to the new speed limits when driving in Spain to avoid ruining your stay.