Tourism Minister Haris Theoharis said on Tuesday that Greece aims to open the tourism season by May 14, 2021. He stated that tourists will be welcome if they meet one of the three conditions. If they have:
1. Negative test (not clarified whether PCR or fast)
2. Positive antibody test
3. Confirmation of vaccine received
Random testing will be performed at the border, but with quick tests at the expense of the state. Given
Since the situation with the pandemic is still uncertain, and the Greek borders are still closed for our tourists, many accommodation owners have decided to approve reservations with deferred payment of deposits.
What it means?
This means that if you want to save or book accommodation for the summer season in 2021, you can do so through https://nikana.gr/en/accommodation or by sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. And that is all!
In agreement with
Egremni beach is finally accessible again by land.
Six years after the earthquake, the road to Egremni beach was renewed. The steps have been completed, and with some other works that are necessary, they will be in function from the summer of 2021.
We have been waiting for this news for a long time because the renovation of the road and steps was a very challenging job, primarily because of safety.
The summer of 2021 is approaching, and there is still no sure answer to the question of whether tourists will be allowed free entry into Greece. This is quite expected, considering that the pandemic is still going on and that strict measures to suppress the infection are in force all over the world, also in Greece.
Based on the information published by the Greek government so far, the criteria for entering
Many of our guests asked us to recommend places to visit in Bulgaria on their way to Greece. If you are travelling by car for this summers Greek vacation and would like to explore Bulgaria’s rich cultural history along the way we suggest taking a detour through Bulgaria to visit the monastery of Saint John of Rila, better known as the Rila Monastery, along the way.
Why? Because this monastery is