Brexit: information for British travellers to Normandy

Despite the uncertainty surrounding Brexit and its implementation, Normandy will continue to welcome British visitors with open arms.

You'll always be welcome!

Normandy is the gateway to France for countless British visitors every year. We share very strong links which will continue de grow, even after Brexit comes into effect on 31 October. British tourists will always be welcome to this beautiful part of France and can continue to enjoy our beaches, towns and villages just like they always have done.

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Normandy is Brexit ready!

Ports of Normandy and government services have organised themselves to enable traffic to continue to flow in the best conditions possible at all of our Channel ports. Steps have already been taken to manage these flows, with minimal impact on the free flow of traffic. Many facilities are already fully operational and ready to be put into action as soon as Brexit comes into force. These facilities mainly consist of buildings fitted out to house veterinary and phytosanitary border inspection services, customs control stations, car parks, modular buildings for domestic animal controls and signpostings.

Practical information

You can consult essential information for UK nationals travelling to the EU HERE. You can also read the following article "Brexit: Advice for Travellers" provided by the Association of British Travel Agents.

This article on the BBC News website also provides lots of essential information.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at contact@normandy-tourism.org

In Normandy

Once you are in Normandy, you will continue to receive a warm welcome from professionals of the hospitality industry and the local population.

For ideas, recommendations, tips and tricks, don't forget to download our Normandy Secrets app which is packed with advice and secrets.

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