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What has changed in Lanzarote?

From countries outside the EU ..... including the UK - Children aged 12 to 17 years can now come to Lanzarote without being fully vaccinated, as long as they have a PCR test within 72 hour before arrival.

Lanzarote will only admit over 18 travellers outside the EU ..... including the UK with vaccination certificates indicating they have been fully vaccinated against the virus within the previous 270 days.(Circa 9 months)

This means if you had your 2nd jab on May 1 you will need to have had a booster to enter after Feb 1

The booster jab must also have been administered at least 14 days before travel and evidence of the third dose must be contained on the NHS app (which usually appears after 48 hours), or document used for entry.


Mask wearing

Rules on the wearing of face masks in Lanzarote have been lifted which is welcome news for holidaymakers planning to visit Lanzarote

Masks are still required in taxis and on the bus, also in restaurants/ bars unless eating or drinking


Carnival

More information is being published on the carnivals this year - If you have never been to Lanzarote during carnival season it is certainly an experience

The traditional carnival will be celebrated on March 18 in Teguise and a special gala on March 19 in Costa Teguise


Apple TV begin filming in Lanzarote

The second season of Apple TV’s blockbuster show “Foundation” has begun filming in Lanzarote


Thinking of coming to Lanzarote.....

Villa Antonio has limited availability in 2022 and we are taking bookings for 2023

Check availability via the link below

https://www.villaantonio.co.uk/availability

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