Due to the uncertain situation in the world because of the Covid-19 disease, we had to be very flexible and will still be as flexible as possible in case you need to cancel.
If you book now for 2021, we expect you to make an initial payment to confirm your booking. You can cancel free of charge until two weeks before arrival, because of Covid related restrictions.
Final payments will have to be made two weeks before arrival.
Note that we always recommend you taking a cancellation policy. Currently insurance companies do not cover cancellations when caused by government restrictions and travel bans. In that case, we will refund as long as you cancel two or more weeks in advance. Alternatively, we can reschedule your booking.
Several insurances now offer a cancellation policy that also includes the situation in which you fall ill with Covid-19 and have to cancel because of it. Ask your insurance company whether they also cover this illness.
These are the current rules for entry into Italy from the EU.
The EU app is accepted, or also an app from the country of origin if they have one.
If you are not digital, a printed version will also be accepted.
You can travel into Italy without further motivation if you:
1. have been fully vaccinated since 2 weeks
2. or have a negative test result not older than 48 hours upon entry into Italy (molecular or antigen test). For anyone over 6 years old.
3. or can demonstrate that you have Covid 19 antibodies, no older than 180 days from the first negative test after you have recovered from Covid.
In addition, you are expected to complete this online form: https://app.euplf.eu/#/. This has more to do with contact tracing and is an online registration.
In Italy, we wear a mouth mask when we go somewhere inside, and in many places you have to be able to show the corona app with the QR code to be able to enter. Also in restaurants and museums.
If you travel to Italy from the UK, you must quarantine for 5 days on arrival and have a PCR test afterwards.
All house owners have been informed of the particular requirements regarding cleaning. On top of the usual cleaning procedures, a disinfection will have to be done at each changeover, following standards issued by the World Health Organisation and the Italian government.