Before you Travel

Before you Travel

Before you travel, you should read the latest government advice on travelling abroad and check the travel advice on your Country of destination.

EU Digital Covid Certificate

You will need to carry your EU Digital Covid Cert to show that you are fully vaccinated, have tested negative or have recovered from COVID-19.

Don’t forget, Covid Certs for travel are only valid for 9 months after the second dose (or single dose, in the case of Johnson and Johnson), effective from 1st February. From that date, those vaccinated before May 2021, and who haven’t got their booster, are likely to face restrictions such as additional testing or quarantine for travel within the EU.

You can read more in the European Commission’s Questions and Answers about the EU Digital COVID Certificate (DCC) and New 9 Month Rule.

 

Travel Insurance / European Health Insurance Card

We strongly recommend taking out Travel Insurance to cover for Covid 19 Medical and related cancellations. You should also bring your European Health Insurance Card.

Health Locator Form

It is mandatory to complete the Health Locator Form prior to arrival to Spain.

What Happens if you become sick in Spain?

Advice to follow if you become sick in Spain.

When you Return 

You should check the latest information on travel restrictions to your home Country before you travel back.

When you arrive back into Ireland you must complete a Passenger Locator Form.

Useful Links

For official travel advice to Spain, please click on these links:
Travel Safe in Spain – Spanish Tourism Board
Spain Travel Information – Spanish Department of Health Travel Advice
Covid Data – Latest Covid Numbers in the EU/EEA
Our Camino specialists are on hand to offer up to date travel advice. Email us with any questions to assist you on your Camino journey.