In the last week a lot has changed regarding the rules for entry to the Canary Islands and thus Fuerteventura and the return journey to mainland Europe and especially Germany.
In May, the number of new infections with the corona virus began to decline steadily in Germany. This trend lasted so long that the incidence was in the single digits for several weeks.
What few know, in March and April the numbers fell just as sharply in Spain and the Canary Islands. In Fuerteventura, the incidence was even in the single digits at the beginning of May, while at the same time in many places in Germany it was still well over 150.
The trends of new infections in the Canary Islands and Germany have been in opposite directions in the last few months and now again.
While the numbers of new infections in Germany are steadily increasing, they have been steadily decreasing in the Canary Islands in recent weeks.
This has resulted in new test regulations when traveling to Fuerteventura.
Vaccinated, tested or recovered also applies when traveling to Fuerteventura
Due to rising incidences, Spain is now classifying Germany as a risk area. This means that unvaccinated tourists now have to show a negative antigen or rapid test upon entry.
Nothing will change for those who have recovered or who have been vaccinated;
Since last week, Germany no longer classifies the Canary Islands as a high incidence area. This means that unvaccinated tourists no longer have to be in quarantine for at least 5 days from which they can then "test themselves freely".
Nothing changes for vaccinated and recovered holidaymakers, they do not have to comply with any mandatory quarantines one way or another.
For those who are fully vaccinated, nothing changes when traveling to the Canaries and Fuerteventura!
Travel to Fuerteventura has been possible for months - our accommodations are open and we run surfing courses every day.
We have been open again since last July. We run surf courses where the only restriction is that you must wear a mask in the car on the way to the beach. Our accommodations are open and we have nice guests here.
The restaurants and shops are open and have been open for the past 12 months.
Cheating the beginning of autumn in Germany and traveling in the sun on the Kanren is still possible without any problems.
Especially now in autumn the waves on Fuerteventura are particularly good and October and November are among the most beautiful months on the island.
For those who are fully vaccinated, practically nothing changes when traveling to and from Fuerteventura, because they still do not have to show any tests or adhere to mandatory quarantines.
Our accommodations are still open, of course we run surfing courses (as we have done for over a year).