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Andujar as a safe destination

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It is important that the tourist public knows all the measures proposed by the European Union and the Spanish Government in search of "healthy tourism", for this reason our job is to inform you and guarantee the safety of our destination.

The Ministry of Health has published a document with recommendations for the opening to the public of beaches and common bathing areas by the summer of 2020. On beaches and bathing areas, the risks associated with COVID 19 are related to interaction between people. To prevent the transmission of the virus, users and workers must, in addition to complying with social distance measures, comply with hygiene regulations and apply technical criteria for maintenance, cleaning and disinfection. Daily cleaning of the sand in the bathing area is recommended, with special emphasis on the removal of organic and inorganic residues.


To guarantee the safety of the traveler, the Ministry has published a Guide of good practices for workers in the tourism sector to ensure safety as well as an epidemiological report that can be consulted at any time by the traveler to consult the risks of the region or area that want to visit on your vacation. This report can be consulted here.

Active tourism and nature activities may be carried out in groups of up to 20 people from Phase 2, these activities should be arranged preferably by appointment. Increasing the capacity as the Phase progresses. All this will always have to be carried out within the same province since, in principle, it is not foreseen that trips to different provinces are allowed until the end of Phase III and, with it, the process of transition to the new normality.

As for foreign tourism, Turespaña continues to promote Spanish tourism in foreign markets, preparing for the elimination of the 14-day quarantine imposed by the Government on all foreign tourists from July 1.

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