Covid-19 measures

Different destinations require different documents


Measures for entry into Italy


Up until 30/7/21, all passengers coming from countries within the European Union and the Schengen zone and who wish to enter Italy must present a negative PCR or antigen test (for all passengers over the age of 2).
This test must have been taken within the 48 hours preceding entrance into Italy.
Entry into Italy must be declared to the competent Italian authorities via inscription on the online platform European Passenger Locator Form. Proof of inscription must then be presented in either digital format (Smartphone) or on paper (by printing out the PDF received by mail at the end of inscription).
Inscription is obligatory for all adults entering Italian territory; minors can be registered on the declaration of the adults with whom they are travelling. However, minors travelling alone must register independently.
Should you be unable to present proof of registration, you will be obliged to:
- isolate for ten days from the point where the competent authorities are notified of your arrival,
- have a further PCR or antigen test carried out at the end of the 10-day isolation period.


Measures for entry into Sardinia


All passengers wishing to enter Sardinia must register online, prior to boarding, on the online platform European Passenger Locator Form. Proof of inscription must then be presented in either digital format (Smartphone) or on paper (by printing out the PDF received by mail at the end of inscription).
All passengers (over the age of 2) must declare to have had a negative PCR or antigen test within the previous 48 hours;

Passengers re-entering France from Sardinia must provide a vaccination certificate if they are vaccinated. If not, they must provide a negative PCR of antigenic test taken within the previous 72 hours.


Measures for balearic islands


On the day of departure, passengers must show: - for vaccinated passengers, a vaccination certificate; - for passengers who have not been vaccinated, a PCR or antigen test taken less than 48 hours previously (for all passengers over the age of 6) - an obligatory health questionnaire (for all passengers, babies and children included). Temperature tests will be taken. Upon arrival, all vehicles will be checked by the health authorities. Passengers travelling without the negative test or the health questionnaire, or vaccination certificate may incur a fine of €3000 and will be obliged to take the test immediately. Should the test be positive, the passenger will be quarantined immediately and fined €6000.