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Benidorm Island to welcome corona free tourists

Like the Canary Islands and the Balearic Islands, Benidorm wants to participate in the battle to welcome tourists back to Costa Blanca. That is why Benidorm also wants to be treated as an island with the same corona measures as the PCR tests on arrival and departure and the resort wants to be part of the special tourist airbridge.

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The initiative has been named "Benidorm Island" to indicate that the well-known all-year-round resort also wants to be treated as an island this winter. In addition to the double PCR tests and the 'safe' airlifts that go via Alicante-Elche airport, Benidorm wants to go further by checking the tourists who have been in the resort by phone up to 14 days after returning home in their own country as part of the creation ' hospitality team '.

This means that there are corona tests and checks on arrival, on departure, and up to 14 days after returning home from Benidorm. This prevents positives from entering, leaving Costa Blanca and thus Spain, or possibly being infected at home or becoming ill. There should also be one or more special covid hotels for those individuals who are tested positive and who need quarantine and isolation.

Picture by Harry Fabel

With "Benidorm Island", the resort on Costa Blanca wants to guarantee corona safety, especially for British but also possibly other tourists. Furthermore, Benidorm wants to increase the pressure not only on the Spanish government with a view to the winter months.

The Spanish authorities, after consultation with the regional government in the Canary Islands, are in consultation with various countries about safe tourist air bridges to the Canary Islands in particular. There is also talk of the Balearic Islands but the Canary Archipelago wants to speed up the process because of the high season in the winter months. When it comes to Benidorm, the most famous resort of Costa Blanca must also be added.


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