Entry Requirements When Visiting Majorca

As part of the planning process for your trip to Majorca, the largest of the Spanish Balearic Islands, it’s important to know what the country’s entry requirements and restrictions are. Learning these in advance can prevent any problems that might complicate your vacation, so as trying to check-in for your flight to the island and realizing you’re missing important documents.

Your passport requirements

All travelers that want to visit Majorca must ensure that they have a passport which does not expire for at least three months on the day after you are scheduled to leave the island. You can find your expiration date typically listed on the page of your passport with your photograph.

The other requirement for your passport is that it cannot have been issued more than 10 years before your trip begins, and you can also find this issuance date in your passport.

For European Union visitors

Because Spain is part of the European Union, there are much more relaxed rules for visitors coming to Majorca from any member countries or Schengen Area countries. You won’t need to obtain a visa and you will only need a passport or other type of personal identification.

The list of countries that these rules apply includes: Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Poland and Portugal.

For non-European Union visitors

If you’re not from a country that belongs to the European Union, you might need to obtain a visa before traveling to Majorca. Starting in 2024, there will be a new program known as ETIAS that will require any non-European Union visitors to get a visa waiver ahead of their visit.

The exact requirements for whether you will need to get a visa before your travel to Majorca will depend on which nation you are visiting from, and how long you plan to stay on the island. Your government should be able to provide more specific details on your country’s requirements.

Visa requirements for specific countries

Although visitors from many overseas, non-European Union locations might need a visa to enter Majorca, there are a number of exceptions to this rule for specific countries. The list includes:

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Israel
  • New Zealand
  • United Kingdom
  • United States
  • Japan

If you don’t see your country on this list, that doesn’t automatically mean you will need a visa because the list of exceptions covers dozens of nations, so check before traveling with resources such as the European Union’s website or your government’s website.

Coronavirus travel requirements

If you are traveling to Majorca from China then you are also required to provide proof of a coronavirus vaccination and meet certain testing mandates. These visitors might be required to take part in various temperature tests and other wellness checks upon landing.

For visitors from all other countries, there are no present requirements to have any coronavirus documents, such as a recent negative testing rules or proof that you are vaccinated.


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