Traveling to Greece
We realize that many people may be waiting to learn more about restrictions on travel to Greece before booking into a program at Kalikalos this summer. While we are not able to tell you about everything related to travel in this second season of COVID, we can offer you some tips based on the experience of the folks who have already traveled to Greece from other countries.
Departing Your Home Country.
Before you travel, please visit your home country's official COVID or travel website to inform yourself about the necessary procedures for leaving and returning. Please be aware that some countries may require isolation, testing, quarantine, payment of a fee or other measures upon return from abroad.
Preparing to Travel.
As you plan your trip to Greece, be sure to visit the Greek government's official website Protocol for Arrivals in Greece
. This very informative page is regularly updated with the current restrictions and requirements for your arrival and stay in Greece. It is also the starting point for completing your Passenger Locator Form (PLF), currently required for all arriving visitors.
As of this writing, all travelers to Greece are required to also present a negative PCR test result to enter the country. We advise you to shop around and get the lowest price possible on this test, and to plan ahead to be sure you get the test no more than 72 hours prior to your arrival in Greece.
Arriving in Greece.
Once you step off the plane or drive across the border or off the ferry, you are here! Please be aware that you may still be tested again and that currently masks are required in all public places, both indoors and outdoors.
During Your Stay.
Once you are onsite at Kalikalos, you will find we are doing our best to minimize the risk of spreading infection through regular testing, distancing and other hygiene measures. To see the full list of measures in place at the Anilio Campus, click here