Last updated 1 September 2021
We are pleased to provide an update on European travel in line with guidance from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), UK Government and European Governments.
Travel restrictions are starting to ease with the FCDO no longer advising against travel to most of our European destinations, although some countries only allow entry for tourists if they are fully vaccinated.
All countries, including the UK, require some form of Covid-19 travel documentation such as proof of vaccination status, health forms or negative test results before entry is allowed.
The NHS testing service should not be used for travel abroad and there are many private companies that can provide Covid-19 tests for both entry to your destination and return to the UK. A list of providers that have been approved by the government can be found at https://www.gov.uk/find-travel-test-provider. In addition Eurotunnel and some ferry operators have arrangements with providers which may be convenient.
As rules and regulations can change quickly it is really important to check the official guidance before and during your holidays.
You should be prepared for possible queues at Eurotunnel and ferry ports due to increased documentation checks. Plus facemasks may still be mandatory on ferry crossings and within Europe.
The current situation means that we are taking campsite bookings for countries where the FCDO advice allows travel and UK tourists are permitted to enter without quarantine.
We are continually monitoring the situation and will keep this page updated with the latest information. Eurotunnel and the ferry companies continue to operate reduced schedules and can be booked for all travel dates.
See the latest information for each European country
For the latest advice from the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO), please visit: https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice
For the latest advice on the situation in each European country please visit: https://reopen.europa.eu/en
Rest assured that as a Club, we're keeping a very close eye on developments and reviewing the situation regularly to ensure we can fully reopen up European travel to you all as soon as we're able to.
We'll keep this page updated as and when things change so please check back regularly for important updates.