Informations Coronavirus

Coronavirus Information

Well-being and safety at the heart of your stay in Fréjus

At Domaine du Colombier, the safety and health of our holidaymakers and our teams is our priority. We scrupulously apply all the directives and recommendations of the health authorities. You will find on this page, all the sanitary and hygiene safety measures put in place in our campsite, in Fréjus.

 

The “Health Pass” for your stay

Following the government’s announcements and the publication of the decree, you are probably asking yourself several questions about the “health pass”!

We have good news!

According to the new law, the “health pass” will have to be presented once on arrival at the campsite for each participant of the stay over 18 years old.

Throughout your stay, you will be able to move freely throughout the campsite and take advantage of all the facilities and services, namely

Take advantage of the outdoor or indoor swimming pools
Take part in the entertainment and shows
Go to the bar and the restaurant

For children under 18 years old, it will not be necessary to present a “sanitary pass”.

As a reminder, the health pass is :

– a complete vaccination certificate or an RT-PCR or antigenic test less than 48 hours old

Coronavirus Protocols

Cleanliness, hygiene and cleaning at Domaine du Colombier

Yelloh! Village has drawn up a Covid-19 (Coronavirus) health charter for our campsites in collaboration with the Fédération Nationale de l’Hôtellerie de Plein Air (National Federation of Outdoor Hotels), following the recommendations of the Ministry of Health. At the Domaine du Colombier, our teams are trained in health standards and we provide them with all the protective equipment for the safety of all.

Our quality processes are based on 3 key phases:

– Preparing

– Realize

– Check

Involved and attentive, our teams follow the new sanitary protocols set up in our campsites: longer cleaning times, more points of vigilance, more visits during the day or more cleanings.

Barrier gestures to be respected

Compliance with social distancing measures

For your safety and that of our teams, the rules of life, places of passage, services and activities are adapted.

What are we putting in place?

– Simplified arrival procedures

– Maps and directions of traffic

– A marking on the ground

– Posting of good practices

– The provision of hydroalcoholic gel

– Listening and support by our teams in the essential gestures to adopt

Catering during your stay

Relax and enjoy our terraces

  • From opening to 9 June

The terrace of our restaurant Panoramique will be open. The kitchen will be in operation until 8.15pm to ensure that the curfew is respected within the Domaine.

Our Snack-Glacier will also be open and will offer you its full menu until 9pm.

Our Take-Away service will be available until 9.30pm, so that you can make the most of our catering offer.

  • From 9 June

Our restaurant hall will open and our catering services will remain open until 11pm.

Animation at the Domaine du Colombier

Relax and have fun safely

The campsite activities will also be subject to health regulations. In the framework of the respect of the distanciations and the hygiene measures, at the Domaine du Colombier we adapt our animations.

The children’s club will be open every day (except Saturday), from 9.30am to 12pm and from 3pm to 5.30pm. Two evening parties per week will also be organised (from 8.30 pm to 10.30 pm). Reservation is compulsory for the children’s club, with a maximum of 30 children per half-day. All activities will take place outside. Hygiene instructions will be scrupulously respected, including disinfection at each use and temperature control on arrival and departure of the children. Masks must be worn in the children’s club.

The teenagers’ club will also be open (from July), every day (except Saturday), from 10am to 12pm and from 3pm to 5pm. Two evening parties per week will be organised (from 8.30pm to 10.30pm). Reservations will also be required for the teenagers’ club, with a maximum of 15 teenagers per half-day.

For the adult activities, eight activities will be offered every day (except Saturday).

All our multi-sports fields will be open.

Daily evening entertainment will be offered on the Panoramique stage (in compliance with the curfew). You will find concerts, illusion shows, circus, dance … What a great way to spend your evenings during your stay in our campsite, in Fréjus.

The aquatic spaces of the campsite

Good news! Following the publication of the decree of 19 May 2021, all of our aquatic pools have been authorised to open. All of our aquatic park will be open. 

Our lifeguards will be there to guide you.

Le Colombier's living and leisure areas

Shops, Spa, terraces, bars and restaurants… the Domaine du Colombier does everything possible to ensure that you can enjoy your favourite places.

But here too, safety is essential: meticulous cleaning, distancing, guidance and displays. The areas will be reorganized so that you can enjoy your holidays without risk: enlarged spaces, reduced frequentation…

In all our living spaces, sanitary measures will be respected. With plans and directions of traffic, floor marking, display of good practices, provision of hydro-alcoholic gel, etc…

In order to preserve the health and safety of all our holidaymakers, exceptionally, this year we will not welcome outside visitors.
We had to take this decision in order to limit the number of visitors within the campsite. This is a strict measure, preventive in the context of the pandemic, which we will not be able to go back on.

The Shuttle service of the campsite

Regular transport within the Domain

The Shuttle service will be in place at the Domaine throughout this season. Safety measures will also be essential here, with systematic disinfection of the transport. For all our holidaymakers, as well as our teams, the wearing of masks will be compulsory on board the shuttle.

All of these measures will evolve according to current events and government decisions.

The measures put in place correspond to the application of :

the health charter for the outdoor hotel industry;
the recommendations of the High Council for Public Health.