Greece color code YELLOW (excluding) Athens
From Thursday 24 June 2021, mainland Greece (except the capital Athens) and the island of Crete will also become YELLOW! So from June 24 you can also go to popular destinations such as Crete, Peloponnese, Parga and Chalkidiki.
The color code for Greece is yellow, but the capital Athens remains orange. Traveling to Greece is possible, but please note: there are entry restrictions to enter Greece. All travelers must complete an electronic PLF form at least 24 hours before the start of the trip. There are also special requirements if you travel by boat from the mainland to the islands or vice versa. After a stay in Greece (with the exception of the capital Athens), you do not have to show a negative NAAT (PCR) test result before returning to the Netherlands, nor do you have to go into (home) quarantine. This is a must if you come from the capital Athens. If you make a stopover in the capital Athens and you leave the airport, you should also get tested.
Greece also removes masks outside and ends curfew!
The Greek authorities have abolished the mandatory wearing of face masks outdoors, regardless of whether people have been vaccinated or not. Also the end of the curfew announced from 1.30am to 5.00am. Head of Civil Defense Nikos Hardalias said that citizens no longer have to wear masks outside where it is not crowded. The mouth mask obligation continues to apply in places where many people gather and in closed spaces, including shops and public transport. The lifting of the mouth mask obligation came into effect on Thursday, June 24, 2021 at 5 a.m. The curfew will be removed from Monday, June 28, 2021.
A maximum of 10 people are allowed to sit at tables in restaurants, cafes and bars.
source: Greek Guide