At the moment we cannot yet estimate what the applicable measures will be for the season 2022. In March 2022, several countries have announced that they will lift some of their restrictions. If the situation remains stable, we will therefore no longer ask for the 'pass sanitaire' (COVID-Pass) and the QR code (or any other proof of vaccination / recovery / negative test) will no longer be checked at your arrival.
Should the rules become stricter again, we will apply them again.
To enter France from abroad, the following rules apply since 12/02/2022:
- for fully vaccinated travelers: proof of vaccination is sufficient, there is no obligation in terms of testing and quarantine
- for travelers who are not or not fully vaccinated coming from a green zone: proof of negative test is required to cross the border, afterwards, there is no more obligation in terms of testing and quarantine
- for travelers who are not or not fully vaccinated coming from an orange zone: the reason for the trip must be a motivated urgent move and a mandatory test will take place on arrival in the country.
The overview map of the green and orange countries can be found via this link.
Some guidelines regarding the Coronavirus
In 2020 and 2021 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.
Meanwhile, the situation looks much better, but the virus is not gone yet. Below are some guidelines that we should all continue to follow for a while, 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.
- 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 no longer mandatory in the supermarket and in shops.
- Sanitary building
All rooms still are disinfected several times a day.
Try to respect the necessary space at the sinks. If you feel more comfortable with a face mask, feel free to so so.
- Bar and terrace
The terrace opens with the necessary distance between the tables. Drinks and meals can also be consumed at your pitch.
- Animation room
The animation room stays closed for a while. Lending of books and/or games is possible on request.
- 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.
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