Can you travel to France if you own a house there?
If you are in England and you have a second home in France, you are legally authorised to travel there if you are going to organise selling it, buying it, renting it or letting it. You must also fill out a declaration form for international travel, which you can find here.
When can we go to your second home in France?
As long as France does not tighten its travel restrictions again, then the earliest possible date for someone living in the UK to visit their second home in France for a holiday is May 17. People living in the UK are only allowed to travel internationally for certain essential reasons.
How do I prove I live in France?
valid passport. proof of when you settled in France, or any date that demonstrates more than 5 years of residency (eg property rental contract from 6 years ago). This may be an EU carte de sejour (one valid for less than 10 years) if you have one.
Do I need a visa to go to France in 2021?
The rules for travelling or working in European countries changed on 1 January 2021: You can travel to countries in the Schengen area, which France is part of, for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a visa. To see what your individual entry requirement might be, you should visit the France Visas website.
Can I drive to my second home in France?
Unfortunately for you, the current answer is no, you are not allowed to travel from the UK (or from elsewhere) to France to visit a second home. France is only allowing people into the country from other EU countries / the UK for specific reasons which are related to work or a return to a main residence.
How British second home owners can spend longer than 90 days?
Second home owners who want to spend more than three months at a time at their French properties will now need to apply for long-stay visas. Now that the UK is a non-EU country, British tourists can spend no more than 90 days in any 180-day period inside the Schengen Zone (which includes France) visa-free.