Spain visa requirements for Mauritians

Travel and visa requirements

Spanish Visa is not required for Mauritians

Stay Duration: 90 days

Entry Requirements

  •  Mauritius passport holders visiting Spain can stay visa-free for 90 days.
  • Mauritius passport holders are required to provide a passport with six months of validity and with at least two blank pages for stamps on arrival and departure from Slovenia.
  • Mauritius passport holders must have a return/onward ticket, and must also provide proof of hotel accommodation.
  • Mauritians visiting Spain can extend their stay for 90 days at the immigration office. 
  • Mauritians visiting Spain with pets must have a certificate of vaccination and must obtain an import license from the embassy or high commission. 
  •  Mauritians visiting Spain must check for hepatitis A, hepatitis B, rabies, meningitis, polio, measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR), Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis), chickenpox, shingles, pneumonia, and influenza vaccines.
  • Direct flights are available from the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport Plaine Magnien, Mauritius to Madrid, Spain. The estimated flight time is between 11 - 12 hours.
  • Christianity is the most widely practiced religion in Spain.
  • Because the time zone currently used in Spain is the Central European Summer Time (GMT+2), Mauritius is 2 hours ahead of Spain.
  • Getting around Spain is possible through various public means of transportation including Public Buses, Trains, Car hires, Taxis.
  • For Spain, there are two associated plug types: Types C and F. Plug "Type C" is the plug which has two round pins and plugs "Type F" is the plug which has two round pins with two earth clips on the side. Spain operates on a 230V supply voltage and 50Hz.
  • There are three different climate zones in Spain, due to its large size. Visitors can generally expect a Mediterranean climate, characterized by hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters. The vast central plateau, or Meseta, has a more continental influenced climate with hot, dry summers and cold winters.
  • The best time to visit Spain is typically in the spring (March to May) or during the fall (September to November). At these times, you'll likely find fewer crowds, cheaper accommodations, and the best weather.
  • Spanish is the most widely spoken language in Spain.
  • Visitors might want to pick up some basic Spanish phrases to help them navigate communications in rural spaces.
  • Visitors taking pictures are advised to be respectful and conscious of their environment while at it. Photo subjects or their guardians might need to be tipped in some cases.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Spain expensive to visit?

The cost of traveling in Spain largely depends on where you visit. Popular cities like Barcelona and Madrid are much more expensive than smaller Spanish cities, like Seville and Valencia. A suggested daily backpacking budget for Spain is between 50-60 EUR ($55-65 USD).

How do you dress in Spain?

Locals always wear pants, or skirts, and dresses that go past their knees. According to the dress code in Spain, it is common for both men and women to wear nice trousers or jeans on a daily basis, despite the heat.

What are the traditional clothes in Spain?

Today, most people refer to Andalusian dress as flamenco. Such traditional clothing is still popular. And according to Marbella Guide and Spain Traditions, people continue to wear such traditional clothing, including the following: Mantilla -- a long lace or silk veil that women wear over their heads and shoulders.

How many languages are spoken in Spain?

Nowadays five languages are spoken in Spain: Galician- Portuguese, Spanish (Castilian), Basque, Catalan and Occitan (aranès). Spanish (Castilian): It is the official language in all over the country.

What is Spain famous for?

Spanish culture is widely known for Flamenco music and dance, bullfights, fantastic beaches and lots of sunshine. But what is Spain known for? It has much more to offer than that. It is - and has been for thousands of years, one of the cultural centers of Europe.