Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update France

Update August 25st 2020

France admits tourists again. Entry and exit restrictions have been removed, but you may be checked for symptoms at the border. The local measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus have also been relaxed. You can go on holiday to France.

The local goverment has measures taken against the spread of the coronavirus. Guests from Great Britain are required to spend 14 days in quarantine if they return from France.

French campsites

You can now return to many campsites in France. The federation of campsites in France has developed a plan of measures to ensure that you have a safe and responsible holiday. It includes the following components:

  • sober reception on arrival
  • cleaning the accommodations with certified disinfectants
  • accommodations are extra ventilated
  • common areas are cleaned more often.
  • queue management for the facilities
  • redesign of the restaurants, extension of take-away options
  • making disinfectant products available at various points
  • personnel wear protective equipment
  • Keep 1 meter away
  • wearing mouth masks when distance is not possible. It is mandatory in public transport and museums, shopkeepers determine themselves, in restaurants not at the table, but when moving.
  • animation and facilities such as the swimming pool are adapted to government measures.
  • no major events (eg evening shows)
  • encourage contactless payments
  • implementation and compliance protocols in case of suspected contamination

Wearing a mouth mask is compulsory in the municipalities of Agde, Marseillan, Vias and Portiragnes. Groups larger than 10 people are forbidden. 

At the campsite, you must take into account the local safety regulations. Because this information differs per destination and / or per campsite and also changes regularly, we advise you to consult the official website of the campsite before you leave.

General guidelines France

CORONA MEASURESFRANCE
borders openYes
keep distance1 meter
groupsup to 10 people
give handsNo
supermarketsOpen
outdoor sportsAllowed
marketsAllowed
beaches, lakesOpen
mouth masksif you can't keep your distance (eg public transport), from 11 yrs
swimming poolsOpen
bars, restaurants and terracesopen, max 10 people / table
museumsOpen


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