Moraira and COVID-19 – Everything you need to know

 

UPDATED 15/04/2020 

NEW CASES ARE RISING IN OUR AREA, PLEASE BE SAFE, STAY HOME & LIMIT SOCIAL GATHERINGS  

 We have received so many questions about the situation in Moraira and COVID-19 measures that we thought it would be better to make an article with all the info we have at the moment.

NEW RULES – Moraira and COVID-19

 Applied from the15/03 

  • CURFEW : between 22h00 and 06h00. This means you need to be home by the time the curfew starts.
  • MASKS : masks will have to be worn at all times if you are in a public space, even if you can maitain a 2 m distance with other people. This not apply to people exercising. 
  • MEETINGS : You can only meet with 3 other people outside. You can still be out, walking etc, with your household members but if you are meeting someone outside this bubble there can only be a maximum of 4 people.
  • NO TRAVEL BETWEEN REGIONS : No travel will be allowed between Comunidades, unless you are a resident of said community or you are travelling for work. 
  • RESTAURANTS AND BARS : 100% terrace capacity and 30% indoor capacity. Open until 18h00
  • SHOPS : All non essential shops will have to close at 20h00.
  • SPORTS : al outdoor sports installations will reopen as well as parks and municipal tennis and paddle courts. Gyms etc can open with a maximum 30% occupancy.

 

TRAVELING FROM AND TO MORAIRA

IF YOU ARE A NON-EU NATIONAL 

  • If you are UK citizen you will NOT be allowed to travel to Spain until the 30/04/2021 UNLESS you are a registered Spanish resident. If you are resident, you will need to present your TIE card or the provisional certificate of residency. If you need to travel to Spain for urgent reasons ( family member deceased etc, you need to contact the Embassy before your trip to see if you can get an exception ). 
  • If you are a non EU citizen from NORWAY, ICELAND, SWITZERLAND and LIECHSTENSTEIN but not UK, you can travel to Spain but you will need to present proof of a negative PCR test done less than 72 hours before your trip. This does no apply to children under 6. This document can be presented in English, German, Spanish or French. 

This applies regardless of if you get to Spain by boat, car or plane.

You will also have to fill in this document with your personal information.

TO CHECK THE OFFICIAL TRAVEL DECREE – CLICK HERE 

  • If you are a NON EU CITIZEN you will only be allowed to travel if your trip is justified ( work, study etc) unless you come from one of the following countries Australia, Canada, Japan, Morroco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay and China. Then you don’t need to justify why you are traveling. The same rules of entry will apply to you. 

IF YOU ARE AN EU NATIONAL 

If you are an EU citizen,  you can travel to Spain if your trip is justified but you will need to present proof of a negative PCR test done less than 72 hours before your trip. This does no apply to children under 6. This document can be presented in English, German, Spanish or French. 

This applies regardless of if you get to Spain by boat, car or plane. 

You will also have to fill in this document with your personal information. 

 TO CHECK THE OFFICIAL TRAVEL DECREE – CLICK HERE 

WHERE TO GET A COVID TEST IN MORAIRA ?

 

If you are experiencing symptoms or have been in contact with someone infected by COVID 19 you can get a test in Moraira  :

  • IMED TEULADA

Ctra. Nacional 332. Km 181,5. Partida, el Pla
03725 Teulada, Alicante
www.imedteulada.com
Email: [email protected]

Price of the PCR test : 120€

  • CLINICA ASISTEL 

Carretera Moraira-Benitachell, 22

03724 Moraira

96 649 50 06

[email protected]

www.clinicabenidorm.com

Price of the PCR test : 120€

Can we use the beach ?

 

Yes, albeit with certain restrictions : 

1) Only use the designated entrances and exits to access the beach

2) A 4 m distance needs to be maintained between sunbeds and parasols

3) You shouldn’t be sitting less than 4 m from the seashore

4) When playing in the sand or bathing, keep a minimum 1.5m distance

5) Wear a mask if you are walking across the beach

6) Beach sports such as volleyball, beach tennis are not allowed

7) Do not visit the beach if you have any symptoms and use hand gel as often as possible. 

 

LIMITED OCCUPANCY ON SOME BEACHES

 

Some townhalls are limiting occupancy on certain beaches and you might need to book in advance to secure a spot.

CALA MORAIG, Benitatxell : Maximum 400 people – Book your spot on the AparcarE app : click here 

CALA AMBOLO, Javea : CLOSED

CALA LA GRAVA, ARENAL, LA BARRACA and GRANADELLA, Javea. – Limited occupancy but no booking system. Access roads will be blocked once the maximum occupance is reached

CALA FUSTERA, PINETS, BALADRAR, Benissa  – Limited occupancy but no booking system. Access roads will be blocked once the maximum occupancy is reached

I am renting a villa with you, what should I expect ?

 

1) All properties are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected by a professional company between each guests. Textiles and soft furnishings are disinfected with sprays between guests. 

2) We provide a bottle of hand gel at every check-in. When we check you in one of our properties, we will be wearing a mask and will ask you to do the same. Only one person is allowed inside the property with our HMR agent to ask questions and formalize the last details of their booking. 

3) For stays with linen and towel change, please strip all beds and leave linen and towels in the entrance of your property. The cleaning staff will remove them and leave clean sheets and towels for you, but won’t enter the property. 

4) We kindly ask our guests to not leave any food,drinks, rubbish or dirty dishes in the villa when they check-out. Help us protect our cleaning staff and remove any personal or used items from the villa. 

5) If you have any symptoms during your stay, please let us know. We can direct you to local health services. Please do not visit a medical center without calling them beforehand. 

 

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