A vaccine or health pass will no longer be required to access venues in France from 14 March.
Adults will no longer have to prove they’re fully vaccinated and teenagers who aren’t double jabbed won’t need to show proof of a negative test.
Face masks have already been ditched indoors, except on public transport.
The easing of COVID restrictions will be welcomed by skiers travelling to the Alps on end-of-season trips, including Easter holidays.
Until 14 March, skiers from the age of 16 must show proof of their vaccinations to access ski lifts as well as hotels and restaurants.
Under 16s who aren’t fully vaccinated must show proof of a negative COVID test taken within the previous 24 hours. Children aged 11 and under don’t need a vaccine pass or negative test.