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On this page we have collected the most frequently asked questions and our answers.
A group may outside consist of a maximum of 2 persons (excluding children up to and including 12 years) or 1 household. It is therefore also not possible to rent or let a holiday home or room with more than 2 people (except people from the own household). Visitors to the holiday home are allowed to receive visitors from people from other households. Here, however, it is urgent to limit the visit to a maximum of 1 person and not to receive more than once a day. Exceptions are children up to and including 12 years old. Naturally, a distance of 1.5 meters must be kept from each other.
Each campsite, holiday park or hotel decides for itself how they translate the RIVM guidelines into their practice and which facilities are available to guests.
With Corona suspicious complaints, the first advice of the Texel GPs is to go home. If you have symptoms of the flu or a cold and you still want to stay on Texel, we ask you to have yourself tested.
It is possible to have a rapid test taken in Den Burg. This test costs € 60 per person and you will receive the results by telephone within 15 minutes. You can make an appointment via www.sneltestcoronatexel.nl. You can also get a travel certificate with a negative test for, for example Germany and Belgium. This costs € 15 per person and must be paid on site (via PIN payment/bank card). Do you want to cross the Dutch border? Always be informed in the country of your destination which measures and conditions apply (https://www.netherlandsworldwide.nl/).
The German government and the Belgian Ministry of Foreign Affairs have issued a negative travel advice for Noord-Holland. Despite this advice, guests are still welcome on Texel.
If you wish to cancel, this will be done on the basis of the applicable General Travel Conditions of VVV Texel or conditions of the landlord where you have booked. Have you not booked with VVV Texel? Then we ask you to contact the provider of the accommodation and / or the platform on which you have booked.
If you have booked with VVV Texel, the general travel conditions apply, Article 11 concerns the cancellation conditions. Do you have any questions about this? You can contact us via our contact page. Did you not book via VVV Texel? Then we request that you contact the accommodation provider and / or the platform where you have booked.
If you have booked with VVV Texel, the general travel conditions apply, Article 12 concerns the conditions surrounding rebooking. Do you have any questions about this? You can contact us via our contact page. Did you not book via VVV Texel? Then we request that you contact the accommodation provider and / or the platform where you have booked.
You can rebook for free for a number of VVV Texel accommodations. Read the conditions here: www.texel.net/en/rebooking-rules
If you have booked with VVV Texel, you can contact us via our contact page. Did you not book with VVV Texel? Then we request that you contact the platform where you have booked.
TESO sails again according to the normal timetable. The timetable can be found at www.teso.nl/en/. The ferry service requests that vehicle occupants remain in the vehicle as much as possible. Cyclists and pedestrians are asked to spread as much as possible in the salons. Extensive hygiene measures have been taken on board. Please note: passengers who are not in a vehicle are required to wear a non-medical mask when crossing.
Common sanitary facilities at locations (for example in shops, at group accommodations, restaurants and garden centers) do not have to be closed under the emergency ordinance. However, this does not mean that the sanitary facilities are always open. Companies and institutions can also choose to close these facilities themselves, because they cannot meet the required hygiene measures, for example.
The supermarkets are open. The shops where foodstuffs are sold have been opened, such as supermarkets, bakery, butcher shop. Drugstores, pharmacies, opticians, hearing care professionals and shops for repair and maintenance may also remain open. The other shops can only be visited at a pre-arranged time.
The supermarkets will remain open. Trucks continue to supply supermarkets. The national advice also applies on Texel: only buy what you really need.
Commodities markets remain open. The weekly market in Den Burg normally takes place on Mondays. Other markets are events and are not allowed to take place at this time.
Campsites and holiday parks may be fully open, including shared shower and toilet facilities. However, guests in these communal facilities should keep the 1.5 meter distance.
The urgent advice is to only travel by public transport if it is really necessary. Read more about the measures in public transport here. Watch a video about the use of public transport on Texel here: watch video Note: from 1 June, wearing a mouth mask is mandatory in public transport.
For travel advice, we base our information on that of RIVM. At the moment there is no travel ban in the Netherlands.
The measures on Texel are in accordance with the measures in the Netherlands. Read more about the Corona measures on Texel here. For a complete overview of the measures, we refer you to the RIVM website.
Do you have a question about your booking? If you have booked via VVV Texel, you can contact us via our contact page. Did you not book via VVV Texel? Then we request that you contact the accommodation provider and / or the platform where you have booked.
See also the frequently asked questions (and answers) about Corona that are asked to the municipality of Texel.