Greece Opens to Tourists
Travellers entering Greece must have a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) completed up to one day before travel and be able to provide one of the following:
=> a vaccination certificate showing that 14 days have elapsed since full vaccination against Covid-19
=> a negative PCR test performed less than three days (72 hours) ago
=> a certificate stating that one has recovered from the coronavirus
The following rules apply
Movements are allowed daily from 05:00 to 23:00 across the country.
The wearing of non-medical face masks is compulsory indoors and outdoors throughout Greece. The restriction does not apply to:
- Persons for whom the wearing of a face mask is not recommended due to their documented medical condition, e.g. respiratory problems.
- Children under 4 years of age.
Eating and drinking is only allowed outside, seated and with a maximum of six (6) people per table. Music, on the other hand, is not allowed at all. An exception is made for restaurants, bars and cafés operating in indoor areas of the hotel and serving only hotel guests.
The arrangement and spacing of tables and seating must be in accordance with the applicable guidelines.
In bars and cafés, two customers are allowed to sit on stools at the counter and a distance of 1.5 m from the next two customers must be maintained.
Opening hours are from 05:00 to 22:45.
Customers waiting for a table must wear a face mask.
Staff must carry out compulsory coronavirus home self-tests
- Following an entrance check, up to eighty (80) individuals are allowed per 1000 m2 of beach area.
- Up to 2 persons are allowed per umbrella, except for families.
All information provided is based on official announcements of the Greek authorities.
The Greek government has detailed information on a dedicated website, which includes frequently asked question.