IBIZA Rocks is reopening for the summer season with pool parties every day after Spain lifted its two week coronavirus quarantine rule for British tourists.
The famous party-loving venue has confirmed it will open its doors once from July 1 as the Spanish government dropped its restrictions on those flying in from the UK.
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Spain will allow Brits on the same day without forcing them to do a two week coronavirus quarantine rule which would scupper their holiday.
Holidaymakers from countries with lower Covid-19 rates such as Germany and Denmark will be allowed in sooner on June 21.
But Ibiza Rocks is preparing to restart the party having designed a new calendar of fun to be enjoyed by the pool.
In a statement on its website, the world famous venue said: “We are delighted to bring you some positive news from Ibiza.
"It’s now been officially confirmed that Ibiza will allow tourists this summer and the major airlines have announced they will operate more flights to Ibiza from 1st July.
"We’re also seeing beaches, bars and restaurants opening up and things are starting to feel really good for San Antonio this summer."
We are back. We will run events seven-days a week from July 1
The website adds: "That said, the challenges caused by Covid-19 mean that unfortunately we can’t go ahead with our previously published July event programme, however, we do have a new plan in place.
"Due to being a well-established, open-air day venue, we are considered one of the safest environments to party in Ibiza, and we’re really excited to be able to bring you a series of brand new ‘Poolside Sessions’ from July 1.
"With sun-drenched beats delivered by a host of our favourite island heroes and special guest DJs, you can expect feel-good vibes, friendly faces and an eclectic selection of sounds perfectly curated for days spent by our sun-licked pool.”
Ibiza Rocks CEO Andy McKay told Mirror.co.uk: "We are back. We will run events seven-days a week from July 1."
Since they first started the gigs in 2005, Kaiser Chiefs, Arctic Monkeys, The Streets, Babyshambles, Ed Sheeran, Florence And The Machine and Rudimental have all played at Ibiza Rocks.
Party season would have usually begun in Ibiza at the end of April, with Brits jetting out for long weekends of partying and sun since the early 1990s.
The island's economy is almost completely reliant on the major music festivals and club nights which normally take place during the summer.
About 75 per cent of the population's income is thought to come from tourism.
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