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Normandy has felt empty without you! Lockdown has now been lifted and we are ready to welcome you to this beautiful part of France.
The public international health crisis made it inadvisable to travel to Normandy in the early months of the year. The global pandemic is still unsettling, and our thoughts are with those who are or have been affected by the virus. Lockdown was lifted on 11 May and we are happy now to welcome you back to this beautiful part of France with open arms. In the meantime, we hope you’ll find inspiration on this website. We hope to see you soon.
Latest news and updates
All five of Normandy’s ‘départements’ (Calvados, Eure, Manche, Orne, Seine-Maritime) received a green designation from the French government on 7 May. Lockdown was lifted on 11 May and the borders reopened for travel to and from the European Union on 15 June. Beaches, museums, hotels, restaurants, cafés, campsites, markets, cinemas and shops have now all reopened too. However, many of the events planned for this year have been cancelled.
From the end of August, UK visitors will have to self-quarantine on returning from France. For the moment, quarantine for British visitors arriving in France is only recommended, not mandatory.
Wearing a mask is compulsory in all enclosed public places. Remember to pack a few in order to access the tourist sites in which the mask will be required! More up-to-date details can be found HERE (in French).
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You can also explore Normandy virtually HERE.
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