Article updated on 09/01/2023.
Following government announcements, the vaccination pass, which was previously compulsory for access to common tourist areas (campsites, restaurants, etc.), is no longer required in France since 14 March 2022.
Conditions in place in the country: There are no longer any sanitary requirements for entering Italy.
As of 1 June 2022, Italy no longer requires the health pass for entry into the territory (therefore no longer required: proof of vaccination, cure or PCR test).
It is also no longer compulsory since 1 May 2022 to fill in the Passenger Locator Form to enter the territory.
On the other hand, the wearing of a FFP2 mask remains obligatory in transport (buses, trains, planes...) for everyone over 6 years old (exception made for people with a disability incompatible with the wearing of a mask).
Conditions in place in the country: There are no longer any health requirements to enter Spain.
No sanitary control will be carried out for anyone coming from the Schengen area.
For the return to France, a test will be required for non-vaccinated persons and must be less than 24 hours old for non-vaccinated persons. As a reminder, these tests are not free in Spain.
Children under the age of 12 are exempt from these formalities.
On the other hand, the wearing of a mask remains obligatory for anyone over 6 years old in public transport and health establishments.
Requirements: There are no longer any health requirements to enter Croatia.
As of 02 August 2022, Croatia no longer requires a health pass for entry into the country (therefore, proof of vaccination, recovery or PCR test are no longer required).
However, the wearing of a mask remains mandatory in health facilities.