Health pass FAQs
Many of you have questions following the introduction of the health pass. Here are the main answers to the questions you may have.
Do I need a health pass to come and stay at a Le French Time campsite?
At most Le French Time campsites, you will be asked to show a valid health pass on the day you arrive. However, some campsites have relaxed their stay conditions to respond to their holiday-makers’ concerns. So, people who don’t have a health pass on arrival can freely access their accommodation or pitch. However, they will not be able to access places subject to the health pass inspection. Don’t hesitate to contact us for the list of affected campsites.
What is a health pass?
A health pass is proof of:
- full vaccination
- a negative PCR or antigen test less than 48 hours old
- a positive PCR test confirming recovery from COVID-19, at least 11 days old and less than 6 months old.
These documents can be shown either digitally or in paper format.
I am not vaccinated... do I have to show a PCR or antigen test every 48 hours?
No, you will only have to show your PCR or antigen test once on your arrival at the campsite. You will then have unlimited access to all our facilities and services, no matter how long you stay
How is my health pass checked?
There are two ways of checking the health pass.
The most conventional: a single check for all people staying over the age of 18, on the day of your arrival at the campsite. This verification method has been introduced to simplify the holiday-maker’s stay: a single check on arrival instead of a check every 48 hours for all campsite services.
At some campsites: a check at each entry to one of the places subject to health pass checks (bars, restaurants, swimming pools). This verification method allows holiday-makers who don’t have a health pass to access their pitch or accommodation exclusively. Contact us for a list of affected campsites.
And what if I leave the campsite to visit the surrounding area, do I have to show my valid health pass again when I return to the campsite?
With Le French Time campsites, camping is easy. A valid health pass = unlimited access (no matter the length of your stay or how many times you go out in the surrounding area.)
Is the health pass compulsory for children?
Good news for families: children under the age of 18 are exempt from the health pass up to and including 30 August. So go and discover the most beautiful French scenery together!
Is wearing a mask compulsory inside the campsite?
Enjoy our great outdoors! Wearing a mask is not compulsory in outdoor areas. It is compulsory however in all enclosed areas. Outdoor activities and entertainment will be provided while following protective measures and social distancing.
Are the playgrounds, sports fields, boules and other areas accessible?
These areas are waiting for you and can be accessed in compliance with health regulations. You will not be asked for any pass to access them.
Are the kids’ clubs and entertainment still on this summer?
The vast majority of kids’ and adult’s entertainment are still on while following protective measures and social distancing.
I have organised a tour of several Le French Time campsites... do I have to show a valid health pass each time?
Yes, you will be asked for a valid health pass at each one of our campsites. Did you know: it’s very easy to take an antigen test and the results are available in just 30 minutes. Contact your campsite to find out where the closest test centres are.