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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 !

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