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March 2022- Truffle Hunting at Meteora season just began!!

February 2022: New argonautical Museum in Volos

January 2022 : Greece supports local farms

Greece is full of farms, not only to the classic agricultural areas, but all around the country, even to the islands. So this new, OPEN FARM project helps travellers experience something unique.
Before tasting someone can see the entire procedure of the food from seeds to product!Add to the above, the connection with nature, the interaction with locals, your contrubution to sustainability and so many more.
Ask us on how to participate to OpenFarm days!

February 2022: Updated travel rules to enter Greece!

The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced the new flight instructions with the conditions of entry into Greece to limit the spread of COVID-19 disease, valid from Monday 7 February to Monday 21 February 2022.

According to the Notam, arrivals in Greece are allowed, without the obligation of a negative test, for all passengers coming from the Member States of the European Union (EU) and the Schengen Agreement, as well as from the 33 non-EU countries that have joined the digital system European Union Digital Covid Certificate (EUDCC).

Overseas flight instructions provide the following: Mandatory PLF completion for all passengers: All travelers to Greece, regardless of nationality, fill in the electronic form PLF (Passenger Locator Form), at the electronic address any time before the departure of the flight to Greece.The proof of completion of the PLF electronic form, which is automatically sent by e-mail to the passenger by the system, is considered a necessary travel document.

All information for all ethnicities & countries must be found on

December 2021: Covid-19: Greek PM Wants Citizens to Self-test for Christmas

Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis ruled against mandatory rapid testing for all saying it would be “unfair for the vaccinated”, but urged citizens in Greece to be responsible and take self-tests ahead of holiday gatherings and outings. Addressing a cabinet meeting, the PM reiterated that the first line of defense against Covid-19 was vaccination and testing, adding that second in line would be measures such as telework and adjusting opening hours for restaurants and entertainment venues. 
“It is certain that at this time our weapons are tests. Everyone, vaccinated or not, should do a self-test,” he said.

In this direction, the prime minister announced that the government would be providing both vaccinated and non-vaccinated citizens two free self-tests to be used during Christmas and New Year’s. He called on Greeks to conduct more self-tests when going out or to gatherings “with a sense of responsibility towards their own health and the health of the people they love”. Mitsotakis went on to refer to the “second phase of defense” which concerns the first weeks of 2022 and depending on the evolution of the pandemic, may include ordering the extension of telework or adjusting opening hours at bars and restaurants. He ruled out closing schools.