Nightlife returns to Marbella: End of the state of alarm in Andalusia (All the info you need to know)13-05-2021
As you may already know, since last Sunday from 9th of May 2021, After months of restrictions, Andalusians can now move freely during the day. Marbella will once again have nightlife, although the local government can impose opening hours for bars and shops depending on how the situation evolves.
President Juanma Moreno and BOJA explained that this transition cannot be made from one day to another. The idea is to have a progressive de-escalation and this way to avoid possible outbreaks of the coronavirus pandemic as follows:
- Phase 1, stabilization: 9-31 May 2021.
- Phase 2, advancing: 1-21 June 2021.
- Phase 3, back to normal: 21 June 2021 onwards.
Therefore, without the restrictions stated from the second wave that somehow regulated fundamental rights such as freedom movement or the right to gather with people. Now is possible to move freely, visit relatives, do private gatherings and overall have a more social nightlife.
Goodbye to the Region Borders Closure and Curfew.
It is now possible to travel beyond the borders of Andalusia to and from other autonomous communities. As well as taking a plane or any other conveyance to an international destination, taking into consideration the restrictions of the country which you are travelling to. Curfew lifted, there is no longer any restriction to move through the streets of Andalusia, so it will no longer be necessary to carry any certification for this matter. Personal identification is still compulsory, of course, if required by the authorities.
Restaurants, Bars and Clubs Opening Hours
Restaurants will be open until midnight, almost 2 hours more of service is compared to last regulations. Also, with the course of the time and if the health situation goes as expected, bars and restaurants will be able to be open an hour more. The capacity for tables will be increased to 8 people table indoor and 10 people table outdoor or terraces.
The nightclubs and cocktail bars (after a year of being closed) will be back and rolling until 2:00 am, Following the same restrictions as bars and restaurants. Dancing will be possible in level 1; however, limited to open-air areas with obligatory masks and keeping a safe distance. Those perimeters in Andalusia with level 2 and 3 dance floors will not be available.
Celebrations and Big Events
There is a limit of up to 300 people inside the hall of events and celebrations and 500 people in outdoor ceremonies or fest.
For cultural events, it will be necessary to leave a free seat between spectators in this phase 1 of the de-escalation. And for swimming pools and beaches, there will be no time restrictions.
Beaches and Swimming Pools
To go to the beach, keep in mind that if the district in which the beach is located is not perimetrically closed because it exceeds the transmission rate of 1,000 cases per 100,000 people0. In any case, Moreno indicates a protection plan and a minimum distance (one and a half meters) between groups will be essential.
Although the regulations will as of now progressively calm down, president Moreno insisted on the need to continue to be mindful: "From last Sunday we have begun the final stretch against the pandemic, and if everything goes well in a month and a half we will get to that point - similar to what our life was like before the coronavirus. Let's continue to protect each other and follow the rules, we have to keep an eye out".
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