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We want you to travel with the maximum conditions of safety, hygiene and quality.

The hotel establishments, as well as the commercial and leisure offer are adapting their establishments and putting in place measures to return to the new normality with maximum security.

Hand hygiene is essential to prevent infection.

Practice frequent hand washing with soap and water or hydroalcoholic gel.

When you cough or sneeze, cover your mouth and nose.

Either with your elbow or with the help of tissues that you should throw away immediately.

Safe social distance.

Keep a distance of at least two meters from people you don’t live with.

Obliged to wear a mask.

The mask is compulsory on public transport, in any closed space where we are with people we do not live with and in the street, when the minimum social distance of 2 metres cannot be guaranteed.

From 21 June, travel between countries in the Schengen area is permitted except for Portugal, which will be from 1 July.


From 1 July, borders with “safe” third countries included in a list agreed at European level will be opened in stages.


There will be three requirements: their epidemiological situation must be similar to or better than that of the EU; certain health conditions must be met at the origin, journey and destination; and there must be reciprocity, that is, these countries must also accept passengers from the European Union.


The restrictions will disappear depending on health and control factors to be established by each country.

The situation of the coronavirus is evolving favorably on the island of Tenerife, showing one of the best rates of infection in the country and presenting a better situation than many European regions.


At present, Tenerife is in the so-called “new normality”.

The beaches of Tenerife are open to leisure and recreational use. A series of rules and recommendations have been established in order to ensure interpersonal safety distance, hygiene measures and enjoyment for everyone.


Before going to the beach/bath area:


  • If you have symptoms compatible with COVID-19 (fever, cough, respiratory symptoms…) do not go to the beach. Consult your health centre.
  • Go to a nearby bathing area and find out about conditions of use, access and capacity.
  • Plan shorter stays on the beach (maximum 2-3 hours). This is a way of reducing crowding and sharing. Think of others.
  • Use of individual towels is mandatory.
  • It is recommended to carry the least number of elements/furniture on the beach, except for sun protection, recommending that meals and drinks are made in a simple way without large packages.


On the beach or bathing area:


  • Respect the accesses, entrance and exit directions of the beach if there are any.
  • We recommend the use of exclusive bathing shoes different from those used to access the beach.
  • Showers and footbaths may not be used.
  • Keep a distance of at least 2 meters from people you do not live with, both in the water and outside.
  • Put all the accessories inside the towel. The use of personal objects to the beach should be the minimum possible
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth without first washing your hands.
  • Cover your mouth when you cough and sneeze with a tissue or the inside of your elbow.
  • Do not share a towel and wash your towel and bathing suit when you get home
  • Monitor children and insist that they comply with preventive measures
  • Follow the rules and conditions of use of the beach/bath area. (posters, social networks, public address system…).
  • Respect the indications and recommendations of the personnel who provide services on the beach at all times and especially at high tide.
  • At peak times, no group activities will be allowed on the sand.
  • In case of symptoms compatible with COVID-19, respiratory symptoms, fever…leave the beach as soon as possible and consult your health centre.
  • Bathers/beach users must make responsible use of the beach, from the environmental and health point of view.
  • Take your waste with you.
Links of interest

Spanish Government
Updated information on the state of alarm in Spain

Ministry of Health of the Government of Spain
Coronavirus Information (COVID-19)

World Tourism Organization
COVID-19: People first and foremost

Do you have any of these symptoms? If so, call the phone:

900 112 061