Newest Corona Virus Regulations Update:
All travelers coming into Greece through its northern border with Bulgaria as of July 14 will have to present a negative test for the novel coronavirus. Promachonas remains the only land boarder crossing open. The test must be taken up to 72 hours before crossing the border,
- EU passport holders are allowed entry, including permanent residents of Schengen countries, plus Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Romania, Switzerland, Ireland and the UK. Non-EU passport holders with EU permanent residence permits may enter Greece. Contact the Greek Embassy in the country of your residence to verify your residency documents will permit you to enter Greece.
- Additionally, residents of these countries are permitted to enter the Greece: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, Uruguay. (Note: Serbia was on this list but was removed.)
With a continued focus on health and hygiene, every measure will been taken to ensure your safety. The cleaning staff wear new masks, gloves and aprons when cleaning apartments. Each apartment has it’s own cleaning products, brooms and mops that are used only in that space. We use disinfectant sprays and provide hand sanitizer in each apartment.
As overcrowding should be avoided in these challenging times, our three autonomous apartments, with a maximum capacity for 12 guests and no common areas, offer the ideal solution.
When the time comes, consider a visit to our secluded residences for a welcome hiatus, surrounded by fresh air and natural surroundings.