France will reopen to fully vaccinated British visitors from Wednesday (9 June).
Travellers will no longer have to have a "compelling reason" to journey to France.
However, visitors will have to provide proof of a recent negative test for Covid-19, although this can be an antigen test rather than a more expensive PCR test.
Those wishing to travel to France must have had their second dose of an EU-approved Covid-19 vaccine at least 14 days prior to departure.
They will be able to use the NHS app as evidence of their vaccination status.
Any children not yet eligible for a Covid jab travelling with vaccinated adults must also test negative for Covid-19 before setting off.
France’s recently reintroduced quarantine rules for UK visitors will continue to apply to those who are not yet fully vaccinated against Covid-19.
The country, though, remains on the UK’s amber list, meaning any Brits returning from France must take a pre-departure test, self-isolate at home for 10 days upon their return, and submit to tests on days two and eight of their return.
The UK government continues to advise against travel to amber list countries, while the Foreign Office is currently advising against all but essential travel to the country based on its assessment of Covid-19 risk.