“The Canaries are the destination for All Saints’ Day,” says Delphine, head of the Havas de Lorient travel agency. “People want the sun, the weather was not nice this summer, they want to leave,” adds Sabrina from her agency Promovacances in Saint-Brieuc. Besides the Canaries, the Bretons want to spend their All Saints holidays in Tunisia, Morocco, Italy, Egypt, etc.
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What about the conditions to go to Morocco? Breton travelers must complete a specific document, present their health pass and a negative PCR test of less than 48 hours. France recently withdrew the kingdom from the red zone “characterized by a particularly active circulation of the Covid-19 epidemic” to classify it in the orange zone.