Everything you need to know surrounding COVID-19 and Club La Santa. This page will be kept up to date with all the latest news and Club La Santa updates regarding re-opening.
We are in the process of preparing for the reopening – and when we open, our common security is our shared responsibility. It is our job to ensure the world’s best active holiday experience – and we would love to do it along with you. We always focus on the highest level of cleanliness and safety. It is important to us that all our guests and colleagues feel safe.
UPDATE: Customer notice regarding resort opening 20/04/21
Dear Club La Santa Customer,
We hope you and your family are well in these unprecedented times for us all. We have today been advised by the owners of Club La Santa and resort management that the planned opening date has unfortunately been delayed. We are working closely with our colleagues in Lanzarote and resort will plan to reopen 23rd March 2021.
This isn’t the news any of us would have wanted to receive and we are extremely sorry that your return to Club La Santa has been affected. The deciding factors to this decision is purely based on the safety and enjoyment of our customers at resort. With ongoing travel restrictions across Europe and quarantine issues the resort cannot operate at the capacity to ensure your experience will be to your expectations and ours. It is of paramount importance that we put your enjoyment and safety first at all times.
The regional government of the Canary Islands has taken out insurance for tourists. The insurance covers the return flight home, the quarantine accommodation as well as the medical costs related to Covid-19.
Follow the official information about Coronavirus on Lanzarote here, before entering Lanzarote a negative Covid tests is needed. All information can be found on the below government links.
Travelling to Spain FCS Form
All people traveling to Spain from other countries, regardless of their nationality, age or any other consideration.
Each form is personal and non-transferable and is associated with a single trip.
From July 1st, 2020, if you fly to Spain from other countries, it is mandatory to fill out and sign the FCS form associated with your trip, regardless of your nationality, age or any other consideration. This form must be completed by each of the passengers who will be responsible for ensuring that the information provided is true and accurate. In the event that the passenger is a minor or a dependent/disabled person, the form can be filled in by their tutor, who will be responsible for the veracity of the information provided.
Before traveling to Spain, make sure you have signed the form, on the web spth.gob.es or in our mobile app. With this you will get the Health QR Code that you will have to show (paper or mobile) at the airport health control to be able to continue your trip.
If you sign the form from the app, it will appear in the ‘My Travel’ section, in addition to receiving an email that you can print.
To access information on health measures related to the COVID-19 epidemic:
You can find out more about what the Canarian Government guidance at their website:
As Club La Santa UK and Ireland is part of ABTA, you can find out more about the impact of the virus at:
You can find out more about COVID-19 here.