Coronavirus (COVID-19) information
People travelling from the UK, whatever their nationality, are no longer required to have a compelling reason to enter France.
However, anyone travelling over the age of 11 still needs to present a negative PCR test taken less than 72 hours before departure. A sworn health declaration, which includes a commitment to self-isolate for seven days and carry out a second PCR test following the period of self-isolation, must also be presented during border checks. People who have been vaccinated remain subject to the same rules (PRC test and sworn declaration).
People are still strongly advised to keep international travel to a minimum. Anyone wishing to travel to France from the UK is also responsible for checking that they are permitted to do so under UK regulations. Only those with a valid reason to travel may leave British territory, and they will be asked to present a new form to the UK authorities to leave England.
France has entered its third national lockdown on 3rd April 2021 for a minimum of four weeks.
France national 7pm to 6am curfew remains in place until further notice. Any person travelling within France unable to present a valid reason for travelling would be considered in breach of lockdown and will be fined.
Anyone arriving from France has to provide an address in the UK, where they will be required to self-isolate for 10 days, and take a coronavirus (COVID-19) test on day 2 and day 8 of quarantining. This measure is compulsory and likely to be subject to checks.
Further information can be found on UK Amba France website.
Brittany will welcome you with open arms as soon as the context allows it.
Until then, we will continue to make you dream of iodised trips and beautiful horizons. Keep an eye on our website and social for some travel inspiration.
Take care of yourself, and see you soon!