Spain will allow anyone who has been vaccinated against Covid-19 to enter its territory as of June 7th, regardless of their country of origin.
The travellers have to be fully vaccinated at least 14 days before they are due to land in the country. Vaccines must be one of those authorised by the European Medicines Agency or included in the World Health Organisation’s emergency use listing. Spain recognises all vaccines approved by the EMA or listed for emergency use by WHO. So far, the EMA has approved four vaccines: Pfizer-BioNTech; Moderna; Oxford-AstraZeneca and Janssen/Johnson & Johnson.
Printed certificates issued in Spanish or English will be accepted as proof of vaccinations. Accompanied minors from the same family who are unvaccinated may enter Spain with a negative PCR test taken on arrival, and children under 6 are exempt from any testing.
Additionally, from May 24th, Spain accept tourists from non-EU countries that have a low coronavirus infection rate without having to provide a negative PCR test