Vaccinated British holidaymakers are allowed to come to France from the 14th January. Find out the details here!
We’re delighted that the French government has made the decision to allow vaccinated British people to go ahead with their French holiday from Friday 14th January. We’re so excited to welcome our guests for the season!
The Covid situation in France is different to that in the UK. Guests travelling to France must be fully vaccinated, and be able to present a negative PCR or antigen test taken no longer than 24 hours before travel.
You will also need to complete a form to declare that you have not experienced any Covid-19 symptoms or been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19 before travel.
Guests aged twelve and under will not need to provide proof of full vaccination if they are travelling with fully vaccinated adults. They also won’t need to present a negative test.
However, like adults, children over the age 12 and 2 months will need their own Pass Sanitaire to enter indoor venues like bars and restaurants once they get to France.
This will mean they’ll need either proof of full vaccination, proof of a negative PCR taken no longer than 24 hours before the visit or proof of a negative lateral flow (antigen test).
For full information on what to expect when you arrive in Morzine, please take a look at the guide on the official Morzine-Avoriaz website.