Can we travel to our second home in France in June?

A British passport. The rules for travel into France have been updated
The rules for travel into France depend on the date of travel, your reason for travel, and country you are travelling from

As stage two of deconfinement begins in France, the rules on travel and entering the country are changing. However, restrictions remain if you are not a resident returning to your main home until June 15. We explain.

Whether you are allowed to travel to your second home in France depends on the date you are planning to travel, and where you are coming from.

Until June 15

From now until June 15, the rules state that you cannot enter France unless you are a French national and/or a permanent resident returning to your main home, unless you are travelling for one of several valid reasons as stated on a new attestation travel form.

Visiting a second home is not one of the reasons ...

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