Ramadan 2022 France: All You Need To Know

By Ihab Ou-ouda | 15, Apr, 2021
Ramadan 2022 France: All You Need To Know

With a population of 5% Muslims, France is one of the European countries where people recognize Ramadan and Muslims fasting for their spiritual pursuit of heaven. Most of the French people respect Muslims fasting and avoid eating or drinking in front of them during this holy month.

The Muslim community in France celebrates Ramadan every year with open-air Iftars and gathering around after eating. However, due to the current situation with COVID-19, things might change.

Before I start this Q&A of the most asked questions about Ramadan 2022 in France, I would like to invite you to check out HalalTrip’s Ramadan page. There you can find all the information that you need to know about Ramadan as a Muslim.

Let’s start our Q&A!


When is Ramadan 2022 in France?

Unlike the Asian and North African countries, Ramadan in France and the other European countries is delayed by a day.

Ramadan starts with the new moon, which is very likely to be Friday, April 1. Therefore, Ramadan 2022 In France is starting on Saturday, April 2, in the evening.


When does Ramadan 2022 End in France?

Once again, I highly suggest that you visit HalalTrip’s Ramadan page to keep track of everything related to Ramadan 2022 in France.


Ramadan 2022 Prayer Times in France

Salat times in France will change. The day becomes longer and the night shorter as we approach the end of Ramadan and the beginning of summer 2022. To keep track of prayer time, the best option is to download the HalalTrip app — it’s a must-have tool for every Muslim traveler. You can also find all the necessary info here.


What is the Qibla Direction in France?

The Qibla Direction from France is located in the southeast at an angle of 119.3°, according to the true north.

But since this is the 21st century and technology has made things more accessible, you can easily track the Qibla direction with the Halal Trip app. You may also check it out in the Qibla Direction section of our website.


When is Laylatul Qadr in France?

According to several scholars, Ramadan the 27th is usually Laylatul Qadr, which would put it on Thurday, April 28 in France. Generally, it’s estimated to be on the last odd-numbered days of Ramadan, it varies each year. Most of the families celebrate this holy day on the 27th day, but that doesn’t stop us as individuals from performing the spiritual duties of Laylatul Qadr on each of those odd-numbered days.

Some people know that it’s Laylatul Qadr when they notice some signs. For example, one of the signs of Laylatul Qadr is being the most peaceful night, the weather is neither cold nor hot.


When is Eid in France?

Ramadan is estimated to end on Monday, May 2, which makes the day after Eid al-Fitr. That’s going to be Tuesday, May 3.


Are masjids open during Ramadan 2022 in France?

Many Muslims report that Ramadan in France is really great. They organize Sermons, recitations of the Holy Quran, and pray Tarawih in mosques. But this year, that’s not going to be 100% possible because of COVID-19. The mosques won’t be open to the public. So, Ramadan 2022 in France this year is going to be more about spiritual introspection, than community bonding.


France: Mosque near me?

If you want to see if there are any open mosques by any chance, you may visit this page.


What time are Iftar and Sahur in France?

Iftar and Sahur are the highlights of the day in Ramadan if you asked your stomach. To keep track of them in France, you may refer to this timetable.





05:01 AM

7:31 PM


04:47 AM

7:12 PM


04:56 AM

7:22 PM


04:27 AM

7:21 PM


04:58 AM

7:37 PM


04:41 AM

7:06 PM


04:33 AM

6:59 PM


04:37 AM

7:10 PM


04:16 AM

7:00 PM


04:37 AM

7:22 PM

Are there any Halal Restaurants near me?

In France, there’s no shortage of halal food wherever you go. Muslims have established their presence in Europe, especially in France. Many of them own restaurants that serve food from their original homes. Since the majority of Muslims in France are from Maghrebi origins, it might be a great chance to taste Moroccan, Tunisian, and Algerian cuisines. You can find all the halal restaurants that offer the best choices and food delivery here.


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