Currently, various terraces and outdoor spaces in Ibiza, Formentera, Menorca, and Mallorca have all been given the green light to re-open, and now Ibiza tourism may be possible starting May with vaccine passports.
Spain’s Tourism Minister, Reyes Maroto, announced to Antena 3 TV that vaccine passports may be available to tourists starting in May of this year. Vaccine passports in the Canary and Balearic Islands have already been approved and Maroto’s recent health passport comments stem just weeks after the Balearic government announced that various terraces and outdoor spaces in Ibiza could re-open with specific precautions in place.
According to DJ Mag, tourism in Ibiza provides 12% of the country’s GDP and accumulates over 80 million tourists every year. Earlier this year, Amnesia announced that they will be throwing their annual closing party on October 23, making it the first Ibiza club to confirm that it will host events this year. Hopefully, the announcement of Ibiza’s vaccine passports allows other clubs to do the same.
Feature Photo – Ushuai Beach Hotel
Source – DJ Mag