Carp Fishing In France Travel Requirements

France has opened its borders to all UK tourists and our carp fishing in France holidays are back on!

We have compiled this list of the steps you need to take to travel, however please check the requirements yourself too because it is an evolving situation.

Important: this article was last updated on the 20th May 2022. You should always check the requirements for yourself at time of travel using the links included in the article below.

Entry into France

– Show proof of full vaccination (PLEASE NOTE; as with most EU countries, you now need to have had a booster vaccine dose within nine months of your second in order to maintain your ‘fully vaccinated’ status for entry into the country).

– If unvaccinated, you must present a negative result of a PCR test less than 72 hours or an antigen test less than 48 hours before entering France, or a certificate of recovery (positive result of a PCR or antigen test carried out more than eleven days and less than six months previously. This certificate is only valid for a period of six months from the date of the examination or test).

Entry back into the UK

No tests or forms are required for returning to the UK.

For the official details on the requirements for travelling when carp fishing in France…

You can check directly both the UK and French government pages for the most up to date information:

UK Gov (re-entering UK) –

French Gov (entering France) –

You can also check the dedicated information page for the crossing company you’re travelling with:

Eurotunnel –

P&O –


Brittany Ferries –

Travelling with Children

Our understanding is that unvaccinated children under 12 years old can travel to France with their parents/guardians, no negative test required.

Travel Insurance

It’s never been more important to get good travel insurance, either an annual policy or one-trip cover. Companies like StaySure appear to be offering cover for Covid related issues as standard at no extra cost.

Search for your next carp fishing in France holiday

Take a look at our website where you can search by date and your criteria. Rest assured that if borders close, preventing your holiday from going ahead, you will be able to move your holiday date.

Discover all our venues here.

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Also, take a look at our Carp Fishing in France & Brexit article. This explains the changes to what you can and cannot take to France since Brexit.


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