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Alpe d’Huez

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Antigen tests can be taken at Pharmacy des Bergers (on appointment only) 9-12, 14.00-18:30, Pharmacy des Jeux (walk in) 9:45-12:30, 15:00-18:45 & Centre Medical des Bergers all day, de la Meije 08:30-18:00 (PCR 08:30-09:45 M/T/Th/F)

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Avoriaz

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Antigen tests can currently be taken in Galerie marchande Snow, 74110 Morzine.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Chamonix

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Tests can be carried out at Mirialis Laboratory in Chamonix : +33 (0)4 50 53 07 25 and in many pharmacies. Pharmacie de la Vallée – Rue Vallot – +33 (0)4 50 53 13 69, Pharmacie des Alpes 53 Rue du Dr Paccard – +33 (0)4 50 53 15 45 Pharmacie des Pèlerins – Pharmavie – Place des Séracs – +33 (0)4 50 53 13 55 ; Pharmacie du Mont-Blanc – Place de l’Eglise – +33 (0)4 50 53 12 61 Pharmacie de l’Aiguille du Midi – Av. de l’Aiguille du Midi – +33 (0)4 50 91 43 89 Cabinet Médical à Argentière – +33 (0)4 50 54 00 67

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Courchevel

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

A Covid testing Hub has been set up in Courchevel. You can also drop in to the medical centres in 1850 and 1650 without an appointment for a rapid antigen test

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative in resort on request


Flaine

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Antigen tests can be booked at Pharmacie de Flaine 0033(0)450908202 €25 during week €30 at weekends. PCR tests are carried out in analysis laboratories in the Arve and Giffre valleys. – BIOGROUP MIRIALIS – Sallanches – – Tel. +33 (0)4 50 58 13 92 – BIOGROUP MIRIALIS – Cluses –

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


La Clusaz

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Antigen tests can be booked in resort at Pharmacie du Danay. PCR tests can be booked in Thones at Mirialis Laboratory

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative available in resort on request.


La Plagne

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Test center (antigenic) at the Plagne Center hors sac room. 7 days a week, 8 am-11am & 4 pm-6pm. Antigen tests can also be booked at the pharmacy in Plagne Centre 0033(0)479090481 PCR tests are available in Aime La Plagne 35 mins from Resort

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


La Rosiere

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Antigen tests can be booked at the Pharmacie de La Rosiere , Valaisan Building 2, 73700 La Rosiere from 08:30-12:00 & 16:00-19:00. Reserve on www.Doctolib.fr Pharmacie de la Rosiere

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be a Representative based in resort.


Les Arcs

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Arc 1800 (Annex Town Hall, timetables to be defined) Arc 1950 (more info to come) It is also possible to get tested in the following establishments: Arc 1600: Medical office 04 79 07 78 57 Arc 1800: Pharmacy 04 79 07 40 54 (Antigenic test by appointment) Villards Medical Centre: 04 79 07 49 99 (Antigenic test by appointment ) Charvet Medical Centre: 04 79 00 42 65 Arc 2000: Medical office 04 79 00 44 43

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Les Deux Alps

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Antigen tests available Maison de Sante des 2 Alpes, 21 Avenue de la Muzelle, 38860 Les Deux Alpes, 09.00 – 13.00; 15.00 – 18.00. A new larger test centre is now open with walk in capacity of 100 antigen tests per day at €40. Address Selarl Centre Clinique des Deux Alpes, 80 Avenue de la Muzelle, Les Deux Alpes. Very central, beside main lift station under pharmacy on the main street.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Les Menuires

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

A Covid testing Hub has been set up in Les Menuires. In addition tests are available but not every day at Pharmacie Menuires, Immeuble Oisans, 73440 Menuires (Les) Reservations on Doctolib

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Meribel

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

A Covid testing Hub has been set up in Meribel at the Parc Olympique and in Mottaret at the tourist office. 09.00-13.00, 15h30-18h30

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Montgenevre

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

You can get tests at the Montgenevre Pharmacy Tel 04-92-21-92-83 and also at Briancon Testing Centre 16 Rue Alphand, 05100 Briançon, France Phone: +33 4 92 21 01 06

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams telephone Representative service.


Morzine

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Tests are available in Morzine – Central Pharmacy of Morzine (Antigen) 0033(0)450747023, Maison Medicale (PCR) 0033(0)450759917

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Samoens

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

From December 18, antigenic tests will be done every day from 8:30 am to 12 noon and from 3 pm to 7 pm without appointment. Please note that the pharmacy will not do a test on December 25 and January 1. Do not hesitate to contact them on 04 50 34 40 10

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams telephone Representative service.


Serre Chevalier

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

Testing is available in the many pharmacies of Serre Chevalier and Briancos.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams telephone Representative service.


Tignes

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

A screening center is set up in Tignes le Lac Galerie du palafour – cabinet dentaire 08.30- 19.00 or call 0479400929. Testing capacity is due to double from Christmas week

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Val d’Isere

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

A Covid testing Centre has been set up oposite MediVal , Avenue Olympique. From 17 December an additional centre will open with more capacity on an appointment (Doctolib website) or walk in basis. 08.30-12.20 and 14.30 to 19.00. €40 for antignen test. The Solaise pharmacy: Tel +33(0)4 79 06 01 68 may be able produce a pass sanitaire if you have proof of recovery within 180 days. You need to apply 72 hours in advance

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.


Val Thorens

Proof of COVID status

For age 16 and over from 22nd Jan 2022 the Pass Vaccinale needs to be shown in resort, so please ensure you have it on you at all times.
This can be obtained by scanning the NHS Second or third Dose QR code with the app TousAntiCovid. Note a third dose is required for over 65’s to obtain the Pass vaccinale from 15 Dec 2021 and for all adults from 15 Feb 2022 if more than 4 months since second dose or recovery.

Travelling with children & teenagers

Children aged 6 years and over must wear a mask. For entry to accommodation, bars, restaurants, and leisure centres, amongst other venues, as well as access to ski lifts, children aged 12-15 years must have a pass vaccinale (fully vaccinated) or pass sanitaire i.e. proof of double vaccination (with QR code), or provide proof of past infection more than 11 days and less than 180 days previously (with QR code), or show a valid negative test result from a PCR or antigen test within 24 hours (therefore required daily). Note that tests must be carried out under supervision by an authorised testing provider – NHS self-tests and UK test-to-travel kits are not accepted. Teenagers 16 years and over will need a pass vaccinale – which means they must have two vaccinations, or one vaccination plus proof of recovery within the last 6 months. Daily testing will not be sufficient. Children under the age of 12 are exempt from needing either pass on their holiday.

Face masks

Will I need to wear a face mask in public spaces? Yes
Will I need to wear a face mask outdoors? Only if social distancing not possible, markets etc
Will I need to wear a face mask on ski lifts and cable cars? Face mask required in gondolas, cable cars and when queuing indoors, not required on chairlifts or drag lifts.

When skiing

Will there be any restrictions on skiing? No
Will there be any restrictions on sales of lift passes? To purchase and use a lift pass from age 12 or over you will need a valid pass sanitaire or vaccinal. Over 16’s will need a pass vaccinal. Controls will take place at point of purchase and on the lifts

In resort

Will there be any restrictions to apres/events/festivals in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will there be any restrictions to bars, cafes and restaurants in resort? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale. Night clubs will re-open on 16 Feb and dancing and drinking or eating standing up will be once again allowed in bars and restaurants.
Will there be any restrictions to cinemas, museums, swimming pools, spas and other indoor attractions? For travellers aged 12 and over, you will have to show your Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinale
Will I need to social distance in public spaces? Yes

In your accommodation

Will anything be different about my chalet holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my hotel stay this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.
Will anything be different about my self-catered holiday this year? The Pass Sanitaire/Vaccinal currently needs to be shown.

Where’s my nearest COVID testing centre?

A Covid testing Hub has been set up in Val Thorens at the Centre Medical, Place Peclet, Val Thorens, 73440.

What support will I have whilst on holiday?

There will be an Inghams Representative based in resort.