updated 31st July 2020
Travelling to Malta
Since the 1st July 2020, the Malta International Airport opened its doors again and started welcoming tourists wishing to holiday in the Maltese Islands. This is in accordance with Maltese Legislation and permitted by the Superintendence of Public Health.
Travel is being permitted for persons who have been residing in any of the below listed countries for at least 14 days prior to their date of travel to Malta. Persons coming to Malta must not pass through transit airports outside the below list of corridor countries:
Malta, Austria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Italy, France, Slovakia, Switzerland, Greece, Croatia, Spain, Poland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Korea, Andorra, Monaco, San Marino, China, Vatican City, Rwanda, Uruguay, Slovenia, Japan, Morocco, Thailand, Tunisia, Portugal, Romania, Lebanon, Indonesia, United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Jordan and Liechtenstein.
No quarantine is required from any visitors coming for the above mentioned corridor countries.
Covid19 situation and restrictions
While social distancing is still being recommended by local authorities, supermarkets, restaurants, bars, cafeterias, entertainment areas, and accommodations are welcoming guests once again. Protocols have been prepared for several industry sectors outlining clearly what needs to be done for establishments to reopen to the public. You may read more here. Any outlet that did not adhere to the said protocols was refused permission to reopen its doors.
We would like you to rest assured that our main priority remains keeping our guests, staff and communities safe.
Since the Coronavirus outbreak in the Maltese islands, we have implemented even more rigorous cleaning and disinfection measures at our properties, all according to the official World Health Organisation (WHO) and local guidelines. Furthermore, we are keeping tabs on any new advice issued by local medical and government authorities.
These measures include but are not limited to:
- Usage of disinfectants during routine cleaning of properties and communal spaces. The products we are using have been pre-approved by the relevant authority for use against emerging viral infections. For this reason, we may ask you to Check in at 16:00 and Check out at 10am instead of our normal times.
- Training and information sessions are being provided to our staff to ensure that our guests find a safe property for their stay in Gozo.
- Laundry washing of bedroom and bathroom linen, and table cloths using disinfectants.
The process seen in the video below is called Disinfection Fumigation. Our holiday properties undergo this process on a regular basis, ensuring a safe environment for your stay.
Finally, we wish to thank you for your ongoing support and shared efforts to help keep our communities strong and healthy. Please take care of yourselves and one another.
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