Wednesday, 15 July 2020

Summer 2020


Should I go to Spain? 






We can say that Spain will be one of the safest countries to travel to this summer after Coronavirus outbreak. The government will guarantee the safety of visitors and locals as the country emerges from one of Europe’s strictest coronavirus lockdowns. Have a look at the list of reasons that prove that going on holiday to Spain this summer can be a good choice! 

  After one of the most strict lockdowns in the world, the Coronavirus outbreak data in Spain is better than ever: numbers keep dropping day after day. 

  From 1st July, travellers won’t have to do a 14 days self-quarantine 

  Intensive control and monitoring of possible new contagions 

  All hygienic measures and safety distances are guaranteed in public and private spaces like restaurants, bars, hotels, city sights, etc 

  Museums and monuments are open but selling a limited number of tickets, so you will probably enjoy your visit even more than usual. 

  Beaches are open with limited capacity and controlled to ensure the interpersonal distance is respected. 

  NO CROWDS! You won’t find any crowds, something really rare during a summer holiday in Spain…so let’s make the most of it! 


Spain is well ready and happy to see visitors. The Spanish Government has been very vigilant in doing all they can do all to ensure the safety of the people who live here and all visitors. All arrivals, regardless of Nationality or departure country, are required to complete a 'Spain Travel Health' form online and print the QR code and show it to immigration control. 

There is a small army of new beach wardens just hired for the summer. Their job is to patrol Spain's southern coasts, gently reinforcing new rules to try to prevent any spread of Covid-19, their presence alone helps to remind people to be careful. 

Luckily, our area of Manilva, is not densely populated. Restaurants have plenty of outdoor space to keep tables well apart. All have disinfectant for all to use as they enter and some even have a bottle on each table. All Staff are masked.

Our urbanisation La Vizcaronda is certainly quieter than normal for this time of year, but this is not so bad as we all feel the need to have a lot of space around us. We have stricter Pools rules, disinfectant available for people to use as they arrive at pool, the use of pool toilets is restricted but as there are 3 pools your holiday house is never more than a few steps to a pool. 

Our houses have all been deeply cleaned using disinfectant, 24 to 48 hours between bookings allows ample time to throughly clean. All our houses have private gardens, some with private pools, so you really can get away on your own and stay safe. 

La Vizcaronda is a lovely urbanisation. 2 mins to beach and Marina of Duquesa and all amenities. It is made up of 3, 4 & 5 bedroomed townhouses. All in immaculate condition & with open plan design. 


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Hopefully see you soon! ;)





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