FAQ Green Pass
No, the Green Pass is not mandatory for stays in our camping villages. It is only essential for visits to the wellness centres. The Green Pass requirement does not apply to the indoor restaurants of our camping villages, so guests who stay there can choose to dine indoors even if they do not have one. The Green Pass is mandatory for non-resident guests who choose to dine indoors in the restaurants of the camping villages open to the public. The Green Pass requirement does not apply to children of under 12 years old and to those with exemptions backed by appropriate medical certificates – in line with the criteria established by the Italian Ministry of Health – which must be shown. You can find more information here.
It is a document certifying that the bearer has been vaccinated against, tested negative for or recovered from COVID-19. The Green Pass contains a QR Code that enables its authenticity and validity to be checked. In Italy, both the hard and soft copy formats of the Green Pass are only issued through the national Ministry of Health platform.
The Green Pass is generated automatically and made available free of charge when a person:
- has received the first dose of vaccine, or a single-dose vaccine, 15 days previously;
- is fully vaccinated;
- has tested negative for a molecular or rapid swab test in the previous 48 hours;
- has recovered from COVID-19 in the previous six months.
In case of vaccination:
for those who have received the first dose of a vaccine administered in two doses, the Green Pass will be issued from the 12th day after the vaccination and will be valid from the 15th day until the subsequent dose;
for those who have received the second dose, or a single dose, in case of those who have previously been infected, the Green Pass will be issued within a few days and will be valid for 270 days (about nine months) from the vaccination date; for those who have received a single-dose vaccine, the Green Pass will be issued from the 15th day after the vaccination and will be valid for 270 days (about nine months).
In case of a negative test:
the Green Pass will be issued within a few hours and will be valid for 48 hours from the time the sample was collected.
In case of recovery from Covid-19:
the Green Pass will be issued by the end of the day after recovery and will be valid for 180 days (6 months).
From 6 August, the Green Pass certification will be a requisite for accessing the following services and activities:
- eat-in, indoor restaurant services (guests of hospitality facilities who choose to dine indoors in the restaurants of the facilities in which they are staying are exempt from the requirement to present a Green Pass);
- swimming pools, swimming centres, team sports, wellness centres, including those within hospitality facilities, only for indoor activities;
- festivals and fairs, conventions and congresses;
- spas, theme parks and amusement parks;
- games room activities.
- Children of under 12 years of age, since their age precludes them from being vaccinated.
- Those who are exempt based on appropriate medical certificates issued in line with the criteria defined in the circular of the Italian Ministry of Health, which must be shown.