Spanish authorities have published new exercise guidelines in a de-escalation of the COVID-19 state of emergency. The schedule for de-escalation varies from region to region, so for the sake of simplicity, these are the new regulations for Palma de Mallorca only, valid from Saturday 2nd May. If you are outside of Palma, please consult your local authority for permitted exercise times and restrictions, as this is regulated per municipality, depending on population size.
Adults and minors aged 14 years and up may go out for walks or exercise between 06:00-10:00h, and from 20:00-23:00h, once per day. For walks the maximum radius from home is 1km. Exercise may extend further but is limited to the municipality where you reside.
✅ You may use bicycles, scooters, roller-skates, surf boards; as long as the exercise is done SOLO, once per day, staying within municipality.
✅ You may walk with one other person from your household, within 1km from home, once per day.
✅ Masks for walks or exercise are highly recommended, though not obligatory.
✅ You must at ALL TIMES keep at least a two-metre distance from other persons.
✅Always clean/disinfect any equipment used while outside and remember to observe hand-washing guidelines.
🚫Use of communal sport areas is not permitted.
🚫You cannot travel, by car or otherwise, for your walk or exercise.
In municipalities with
a population of less than 5,000 inhabitants, these time slots do not apply.
Here, residents may exercise or walk between 06:00-23:00h, as there is no risk