Travel to Italy

If you are planning your holidays but still have doubts about the possible restrictions in Italy, we remind you that if you live or come from a European country you will not have to do any quarantine, but only:

  • bring with you a certificate of a molecular test or antigenic swab with a negative result, carried out no more than 48 hours before arrival. The test is mandatory for all travellers, with the exception of children under the age of 6
  • fill in the digital passenger locator form.

Those who have completed the prescribed anti-SARS-CoV-2 vaccination cycle at least 14 days ago or have recovered from Covid-19 in the last 6 months will have to carry a certificate, even in paper format, certifying their vaccination or recovery.

Does your country of residence require you to take a test before returning from holidays in Italy? Don’t worry, you can carry out an antigen test before departure close by the campsite, at a cost of € 26 per person. Our staff will be available to help you with booking your appointment, assist you in these new procedures and give you directions for a safe journey.

From 28 June 2021 it will not be compulsory to wear a mask outdoors. The recent instructions of the Italian health authorities oblige adults and children over 6 years old to wear facial masks inside buildings, like reception, supermarket and restaurant at all times and in all circumstances where it is not possible to maintain the adequate distance.
On the beach, in the sea, in the swimming pool, and during sports activities, the use of the mask is not compulsory, but we ask guests to behave responsibly, to supervise children and to respect the distance between people outside their own family nucleus.

If the sanitary authorities change the measures in force today, we will inform you promptly by updating this page.