Simpson Safe Mallorca

Last updated 9 July 2022

Everything you need to know about travelling to Mallorca in 2022…

Vaccination Certificate

  • NHS Covid passes accepted.

  • More than 14 days but less than 9 months required since the completion of primary vaccination.

Booster requirements

  • A booster is required if primary vaccination was completed more than 9 months ago.

Requirements for unvaccinated travellers

  • Negative PCR test required within the 72-hour period before entry.


  • Negative Rapid Antigen test from an authorised supplier required within the 24-hour period before entry.

Certificate of Recovery

  • Accepted in place of vaccination or testing if issued 11 days after the date of the first positive PCR or Rapid Antigen test. Valid for 180 days thereafter.

Travel with children

  • Children under 12 are not required to show proof of vaccination or provide a negative test for entry to Mallorca.
  • Fully vaccinated children aged 12-17 must follow the same requirements as fully vaccinated adults.
  • Unvaccinated children aged 12-17 must follow the same requirements as unvaccinated adults.
  • Valid Recovery Certificates are accepted for children aged 12-17.

Passenger Locator Form

  • Fully vaccinated adults and children under 12 are not required to complete a PLF to enter Mallorca. All other passengers should complete a PLF 48 hours before arrival. Complete the form here

Additional information
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