After a long period of isolation and difficulties in all areas, it is time to meet again.

Removing the movement with certain safety conditions enables us to feel safe again to travel and find ourselves again in the places we loved and close to people we love.

The airports of Kos, Mykonos, Santorini, Rhodes, Corfu, Athens, Thessaloniki, Chania and Heraklion are the ones that will receive the first tourist arrivals before the 14th of May. Τhe safety requirements of travellers are either the Covid test or have been vaccinated as the use of a mask always remains essential.

The fullness of the ships from the moment the tourist season officially opens on the 15th of May, 2021, remains with a low protocol like last year as the same health regulations will apply for maximum passenger safety.

Ferry lines will use the Green Digital Certificate, Rapid tests and Self-tests for travelling. The ferries will start with 55% fullness with cabins and 50% without cabins, and the health protocols will be adjusted according to the epidemiological data.

The completion of personal information will be done electronically, thus avoiding any inconvenience during the boarding of passengers.

For maximum public safety from abroad, the security lines against a new spread of the virus include the Green digital certificate before the arrival of the travellers in Greece. Tourists will travel to Greece only if they are vaccinated or have antibodies or a negative test.

With the activation of random sampling checks to detect positive cases in time, with quarantine hotels to isolate any circumstances, vaccination of tourism workers, and the strict observance of health protocols all movements, we look forward to travelling free again and meeting all our loved ones.

May is slowly returning to normal and gives us the hope to live a beautiful and free summer again.

Let’s everyone try to show the undivided social responsibility that befits these first steps towards the carelessness and magic that only the summer in Greece can offer.

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Welcome, May!