IBIZA, Majorca and Tenerife are the first regions to come out of Spain’s lockdown, according to the country’s health minister.

The health minister said it was too risky to give a definitive date for the return of tourists. He said it was too “risky” to suggest when hotels, bars and local attractions would be able to open to holidaymakers yet.

Balearics Tourism minister Iago Negueruela said that while the islands could open by the summer, only tourists from certain countries would be allowed in.

Brits could still get a summer holiday this year after an EU chief said late getaways may be possible — as long as people keep apart.

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen said she was optimistic people would be able to travel as coronavirus was brought under control.

Mrs von der Leyen said: “I think we are going to find smart solutions to have a summer vacation.”

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Together they spent the last 3 weeks documenting the phases of the gradual reopening of Ibiza!

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