In Spain vaccination is free and is administered ONLY by the National Health System in the order that the Health Ministry establishes. There are different phases of the roll-out, depending on the age, health, etc., of all members of the public.
The vaccine is NOT available privately. It is for all residents of Spain, so if you are legally registered as resident here you will be called for vaccination when your group is eligible or you may call (from Adeje 922 470012) or register online https://www3.gobiernodecanarias.org/sanidad/scs/SolicitaVacunarte/.
If you have any concerns, or believe that your health condition merits vaccination ahead of your age group, you should contact your public health provider.
If you are not legally resident here, you may not be able to avail yourself of the public health roll out of the vaccination and should find out about the procedures in your country of residence. However if you are concerned about your situation, do check with your local health centre/doctor.
If you are legally resident here but are not registered with the public health service, you do have the right to a vaccination, but will need to go to your nearest health centre to register for a temporary inclusion in the public health data bank. To do so you must bring your passport, an in-date copy of your registration on the ‘padrón’ (council resident register), a copy of your NIE and your residency papers. The health centre will register your details and either give you a date for your first vaccination or you will subsequently receive a phone message on your mobile phone. Your vaccination will be administered in line with your age, as above.
The process of registration with the health centre is complicated and if you don’t speak Spanish it will be necessary to bring a translator with you.