Holidays in Italy 2020
Latest update: 01-07-2020
Travelling through Germany and Switzerland
There are currently no travel restrictions for Germany. Take into account the regional and national measures that are almost everywhere equal to the Netherlands. Well: mouthcaps on in shops and public spaces. Also when coming into restaurants etc.
For Switzerland, there are currently no travel restrictions. It is wise that you can prove that you are passing through. A booking confirmation from us is sufficient for this.
Travelling through France
There are currently no travel restrictions.. Take into account national measures here too.
Well: mouthcaps on in shops and public spaces. Also when coming into restaurants etc.
Check-in and Reception
If you are with more people, let one person check in and the rest wait in the car.
Adjusted reception hours: 8.30am to 12.30pm and 2.30pm to 7.30pm. One works in the reception behind plexiglass and with mouthcaps for. Pay for everything right away. The €50.00 deposit is paid in cash.
Limited number of people possible. A maximum of 50 people can be in the pool at the same time and this is recorded. Sunbeds
are free and you can use it while you are at the pool. Temperature can be recorded before allowing access.
Something for everyone and every age, but mostly with mouthcaps.
Games (football game, etc.) are cleaned several times a day.
Shop and restaurant
One-way traffic is being worked on. Everything is ready to sit there and bring food. Face masks are worn by the staff.
You can receive visitors but visitors do not have access to the pool.
Stick to the rules in force. If you visit public areas such as swimming pool and public toilets or laundry rooms, your belongings should be in a bag and not transported ‘in the open air’.
The use of face masks is currently always mandatory, except in a private area, keep at least 1 meter away where possible and use the disinfectant gel available everywhere (shops, restaurant, public toilets, swimming pool, etc.).
It is possible that your temperature is measured when entering a shop or public space and where necessary.