Mar
13
Fri
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 13 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
14
Sat
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 14 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
15
Sun
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 15 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
16
Mon
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 16 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
17
Tue
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 17 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
18
Wed
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 18 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
19
Thu
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 19 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
20
Fri
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 20 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
21
Sat
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 21 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
22
Sun
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 22 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
23
Mon
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 23 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
24
Tue
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 24 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
25
Wed
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 25 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
26
Thu
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 26 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
27
Fri
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 27 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
28
Sat
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 28 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
29
Sun
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 29 – Mar 30 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
30
Mon
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 30 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Mar
31
Tue
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Mar 31 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
1
Wed
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 1 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
2
Thu
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 2 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
3
Fri
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 3 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
4
Sat
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 4 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
5
Sun
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 5 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
6
Mon
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 6 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
7
Tue
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 7 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
8
Wed
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 8 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
9
Thu
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 9 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
10
Fri
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 10 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
11
Sat
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 11 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
12
Sun
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 12 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
13
Mon
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 13 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
14
Tue
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 14 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
15
Wed
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 15 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
16
Thu
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 16 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
17
Fri
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 17 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
18
Sat
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 18 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
19
Sun
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 19 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
20
Mon
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 20 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
21
Tue
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 21 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
22
Wed
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 22 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
23
Thu
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 23 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
24
Fri
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 24 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
25
Sat
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 25 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted

Apr
26
Sun
2020
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA
Apr 26 all-day


Ajuntament D'Eivissa
IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT concerning LOCKDOWN @ IBIZA

ALL IBIZA EVENTS PLANNED UP UNTIL APRIL 26th, 2020 HAVE EITHER BEEN POSTPONED TO A LATER DATE, OR CANCELLED !!

Major events such as: The Medieval Festival Ibiza 2020 and the International Music Summit 2020 are cancelled !!

The King of Spain announced a state of emergency from March 14th.
The Balearic government did a press conference March 13th, declaring:
“We close all places where we think there may be crowds, so public services will be closed and cultural events suspended.

On March 15th, 00.00 hrs – The Ibiza Lockdown was implemented and Ibiza residents were asked to stay at home until March 31st, in order to isolate the virus. On Sunday March 22, the PM announced that ‘due to the explosive increase in the number of infections, the state of emergency, for the second time, is extended by another 15 days (until April 26th) to counter the spread of the virus in Spain.’  The Spanish government expects live to slowly return to ‘normal’.

Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez has announced a number of measures which will be applied in the WHOLE country, including Ibiza.

– Restaurants and Bars will be closed. But home delivery services are allowed.
– Retail trade activity is forbidden.
– Roads and Access points can be closed.
– ALL Education Centres will be closed.

– There will be a limit on the freedom of movement.
One is allowed to:
* Leave home (once a week) to buy basic products and supplies.
* Visit Health Centers, Hospitals and Pharmacies.
* Go to work, if open.
* Go to the bank.
* Walk your pets.
* Visit or take care of elderly & dependet people or those with any disability.
Also you can visit Tobacco Shops, Veterinary surgeries, Petrol Stations and Technology shops.

* All businesses will be closed with the following exceptions:
– Supermarkets
– Pharmacy
– Petrol station
– Medical centers
– Telephone companies
– Private doctors
– Banks

*Airport services will be greatly restricted and reinforcedement of entry and exit controls has been implemented at ports and airport.
Many flight companies already closed services. and flights are being cancelled last mnute.
From March 19th the Ibiza Airport will see:
– 1 flight per day between Ibiza and Mallorca (Air Nostrum/Iberia)
– 1 flight per day between Barcelona (Vueling)
– 3 flights per week between Madrid on Wed, Fri, Sun (Iberia)
Be aware that one has to prove residency before boarding, and on arrival.

*All security services and the armed forces will be deployed to ensure the security of the lockdown.

Keep well and we will keep you posted