Camping during COVID-19 epidemic
This year, unfortunately, everything is a bit different and everyone has to be very careful about themselves and their peers. Fortunately, things are improving in Europe and we can say with pleasure that the campsite will be open again this summer. Make sure that you are always well informed about the rules of the country you are going to and that you are also aware of the situation in your home country during the trip. This way it will be safer for you and for others.
If you have any questions after reading the rules and measures below, we will be happy to answer them via the contact form.
General rules in France that may affect vacations
- Keep one metre apart at all times (if you do not belong to the same household).
- Wear a face mask on public transportation.
- Stores and supermarkets are open, but there may be an access and circulation policy inside.
- Parks, beaches, and other outdoor facilities are open.
- Restaurants are open, but indoors you may be asked to wear a face mask when walking around the restaurant. A mask is not required at the table.
- Wash your hands regularly with soap and cough or sneeze into your elbow.
- Stay home when you are sick.
Rules and measures at Camping Les Tourterelles
- Keep at least one metre away from people who do not belong to your household.
- We disinfect the sanitary facilities on a regular basis. The urinals that are close to each other are (partially) closed in order to keep a distance.
- Our restaurant is open, remember the general rules here as well and keep your distance. Additional clear rules can be indicated on the spot.
- The swimming pool is open. When using the sun loungers, it is mandatory to use your own towel. In case of heavy traffic, we can take extra measures to keep the distance between everyone.
- Please bring your own sheets when possible. It is always possible to rent it from us.
- We carefully disinfect all accommodation after every stay so that you stay in safe accommodation.
- We will continue to update all current measures at the reception desk.