To ensure a stay in the maximum conditions of safety and quality, and maintain the archipelago’s low incident rate for the pandemic:
You must present a certificate to this establishment to show that you have tested negative for active COVID-19 infection.
- The test must have been taken in the 72 hours prior to your arrival in the Canary Islands and be approved by the healthcare authorities of your country or of the European Union.
- The certificate is compulsory for everyone over the age of six who wishes to stay at any tourist accommodation in Canary Islands.
- You may show a digital or hard copy of it.
- It must contain the date and time the test was taken, the identity of the individual taking it, the authorised centre responsible for verification, and the negative result.
- This certificate will not be required for visitors who show proof (in the form of their travel document) that they have been in Canary Islands for 15 days or for Canary Islands residents who declare that they have not left the archipelago in the 15 days prior to arriving at this establishment. Neither the residents or the visitors can have had any symptoms of COVID-19 during that time.
THIS TOURIST ACCOMMODATION WILL DENY ENTRY TO ANYONE WHO DOES NOT COMPLY WITH THE ABOVE CONDITION.
As an exception, and if you state that you are willing to take a diagnostic test, we will provide you with details of the nearest authorised centre and we will allow you to enter and stay for the minimum time required to get your results. You will not be able to leave your accommodation unit until the results are received.
You must download the RADAR COVID contagion notification app and keep it enabled on your mobile during your stay in the islands and for the 15 days immediately following your return to your place of origin.
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