As from June 30th, travelers from the EU who have been vaccinated against the virus will be able to enter France without having to present a negative PCR test. The vaccination must be complete and dated one week before departure (so no longer two weeks as it was before). For those who received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, this is (and remains) four weeks. You must be able to show proof of complete vaccination.
Travelers who have not yet been (fully) vaccinated must be able to present either a negative PCR test or antigen test, carried out a maximum of 72 hours before arrival in France. Attention: since July 18, for travelers coming from the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Cyprus, Great Britain, the test must be carried out a maximum of 24 hours before arrival in France. A sworn statement must also be completed to show that you have not shown any symptoms in the past 48 hours. You can download this certificate here.
Children under 11 are exempt from this.
There is no mandatory quarantine after arrival.
Some guidelines regarding the Coronavirus
In 2020 we all had to learn to live with the virus. And we saw in practice that our campsite turned out to be a fairly safe environment for everyone. No closed spaces, always in the open air, everything was done in accordance with the applicable guidelines.
Unfortunately, we are still not rid of the virus. Below are some important guidelines that we will all have to follow, so that camping remains pleasant, but above all healthy, for everyone of us !
- Wash your hands regularly
Hand soap is provided at the washbasins. Make use of this, wash your hands for at least 40 seconds and make sure that all areas of the hands are washed. Allow your hands to air dry.
- Disinfect your hands before using common parts
Disinfectant hand gel is available. Disinfect your hands before touching all doors and taps. Disinfect or wash your hands again when leaving the sanitary building.
- Keep your distance
Keep a distance of at least one meter from each other
- Greet without shaking hands, don't kiss
The virus mainly spreads through close human contact. Therefore, we cannot shake hands on your arrival or departure. Please also greet your fellow campers without a handshake.
- Cough or sneeze into your elbow or handkerchief
- Blow your nose into a disposable cloth and throw it away
- Face masks
A face mask is mandatory in the supermarket and in shops. When you go on a trip, a mask is mandatory on public transport, during a museum visit and in other public places.
- Sanitary building
Hand soap and alcohol gel are available.
All rooms are disinfected several times a day.
There is not enough distance at the washbasins if several people wash the dishes at the same time. We therefore ask you to wear a face mask if you are doing the dishes with several people at the same time. Preferably do the dishes alone, in order to keep the distance as much as possible. If the queue is too long, come back a little later.
Preferably use the sanitary facilities of your camper or caravan. Filling the water tank and draining gray and black water are included in the overnight price.
The reception was adapted to avoid direct contact. Only 1 person per family is allowed to make the registration or payment. The other family members should preferably wait at the bottom of the stairs or in the vehicle. Brochures of activities are still available.
- Bar and terrace
The terrace opens with the necessary distance between the tables. Maximum 1 family per table, with a maximum of 6 persons. Drinks and meals can also be consumed at your pitch.
- Waste containers
The container with the yellow lid (paper and packaging) remains open, unless this causes odor nuisance. For residual waste you can put the closed bag in front of the container, we throw the bags into the container several times a day. The glass container and the container for lamps and batteries are accessible without contact.
- Animation room
The animation room is closed. Lending of books and/or games is possible on request.
- River and beach
Also keep sufficient distance from each other on the beach and in the river.
Kayak or canoe trips are possible. We do ask you to wear a face mask in the car during transport to the departure point.
We expect the parents to explain all measures to their children. Children up to 10 years old are accompanied by an adult to use the sanitary building. The children only play on their own pitch or at/in the river. The playground can be used by a maximum of 1 family at a time.
- What if you don't feel well?
If you feel sick before you arrive, and a return home is not possible, report this upon your arrival. If you get any symptoms during your stay, let us know immediately. Avoid all contact with other guests and, as far as possible, with your family members. We will assist you with the next steps to be taken.
- Feeling bad about something?
Do you have any questions? Are you bothered by something or someone regarding the measures? Let us know, we will find a solution together. It is new and uncomfortable for everyone, and sometimes a bit tricky. But with the necessary dialogue, we'll get there.
Despite all these rules, which we unfortunately have to comply with, we thank you for your understanding and we wish everyone a safe, healthy and unforgettable stay at our campsite !
Jan and Heidi