Brittany tourism

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).

Further information can be found on UK Amba France website.

France national 7pm to 6am curfew remains in place until 19 May 2021. It will then move from 7pm to 9pm.

The latest information on Covid-19 situation in France can be found on the French government website, and in Brittany on the Prefecture Website .

The best of Brittany

Brittany is all about getting away from it all, whether you’re walking or enjoying good food, following your dreams or just exploring.  Along the footpaths, on the beach or in the cobbled streets, take a deep breath of sea air and let yourself go: this is Brittany!

Brittany Experiences

Want to get to know the real Brittany? Brittany Experiences are a hand-picked selection of extra special things to do in Brittany, organised by locals so you get to see Brittany through their eyes. Make your holiday unforgettable…

Official website of tourism in Brittany
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