Updated: Friday 7th May 2021
As part of CLC World’s Safe Hands initiative, there are a number of resort protocols in place to ensure that your stay with us is both safe and enjoyable.
The resort has been registered by the Spanish Confederation of Hotels and Tourist Accommodation (CEHAT) as “safe accommodation”, meaning you can enjoy your holiday with confidence.
CLC World on Tenerife is collaborating with Hospiten to ensure all guests and team members stay safe. Hospiten have commended CLC World for their SafeHands protocols and are working closely with the management team regarding staff H&S training.
We would also like to share with you some of the government regulations for Tenerife which you will need to bear in mind when not on resort.
For yours and the CLC World team’s safety, all CLC World team members are wearing PPE in accordance with established guidelines and regulations in the hotel industry. CLC World has also installed screens at high contact points around the resort.
Please ensure that you maintain the recommended physical distance between yourself and non-family members at all possible times.
We hope you enjoy your holiday!
Spain requires all travellers arriving in Spain from countries deemed high risk to show they have tested negative for COVID-19.
For further information on Coronavirus restrictions on Tenerife, visit https://www.hellocanaryislands.com/coronavirus/
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Below you will find entry requirements for Spain. They are applicable to all visitors to Spain (including the Canary islands) in addition to the regular requirements of passport/National ID etc, provided there is an agreement between Spain and the country of departure. Further information is available at Spanish Travel Health portal and your government’s website.
You can visit the Canary Islands provided you travel from the European Union, from a country in the Schengen area or from a third country with which Spain has reciprocal agreements regarding the acceptance of travellers.
When planning your return, we always recommend that you check the requirements and recommendations of your country of origin.
On arrival, travellers entering Spain from the UK will not be required to self-isolate.
All passengers (excluding children under the age of 6 years old) travelling to Spanish airports and ports from ‘risk’ countries (as determined by the European Centre for Disease Prevention & Control) will be required to present a negative Covid-19 test result taken within no more than 72 hours prior to arrival, in order to enter the country.
Anyone who has not completed this form electronically via the Spain Travel Health website or app, may submit it in paper format prior to boarding.
Transiting Spanish airports from the UK to another international destination is not currently permitted. This includes airside transits where travellers do not leave the international zone of the airport (i.e. do not pass Spanish border control and do not enter into Spanish territory). If you are due to transit Spain from the UK, you should contact your travel operator.
Travellers due to transit Spain on return to the UK, are allowed to transit through Spanish airports. You should be prepared to show evidence of your connecting flight. Should your transit involve passing through Spanish border control into Spanish territory, you may be required to present a negative PCR, TNA or LAMP test. Please contact your travel operator before departure.
A negative PCR, TNA or LAMP test taken within the 72 hours prior to arrival is not required for those entering Spain by land (by road or by rail). Further information on the test is available from the Spanish authorities here.
Inter-regional travel is permitted, providing your point of origin and destination do not fall within a confined area where entry and exit restrictions are in place. Transiting confined areas to reach your final destination is permitted, however you should be prepared to show evidence of your onward journey such as train or flight tickets to your final destination.
Under current UK COVID-19 restrictions, you must stay at home. You must not leave home or travel, including abroad, unless you have a legally permitted reason to do so. Check the rules that apply to you in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
If you’re travelling to England you must either quarantine in the place you’re staying or in a managed quarantine hotel for 10 days because of coronavirus (COVID-19). What you need to do depends on where you travel in the 10 days before you arrive in England.
You must also get 2 coronavirus tests after you arrive in England. You’ll need to book these before you travel.
Find out what to do if you’re:
You cannot currently enter the UK if you’ve been in or through a country on the banned travel list (sometimes known as the ‘red list’) in the last 10 days, unless you’re British, Irish or you have the right to live in the UK.
Before you leave for the UK
You’ll need to:
Find out more about what you’ll need to do before you leave for the UK because of coronavirus.
Your passport or identity card will be checked when you arrive at a UK port or airport to make sure you’re allowed to come into the country. It should be valid for the whole of your stay.
UK Nationals – From 1st January 2021, the UK is no longer part of the EU and travel requirements have changed. Please refer to the UK government’s website for more information.