What islands can you go to in Greece?

Can you island hop in Greece?

There’s nothing quite like spotting the shoreline from a sun-drenched ferry deck or sailing into a vibrant port. In Greece, getting there is an essential part of the adventure and, thankfully, island hopping is a breeze.

What countries are allowed into Greece?

Travelers from the following countries may now travel to Greece without quarantine requirements: EU and Schengen Area countries, USA, UK, Albania, Andorra, Armenia, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brunei, Canada, China, Israel, Japan, Jordan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Lebanon, Moldaova, Monaco, …

Which Greek island is best for island hopping?

Greek Island Hopping from Athens

The closest Cycladic island (the best island group for island hopping) is 3 or 4 hours from Athens by ferry – and from there the magic begins. If possible try to fly into Greece and out of Greece from different airports to save yourself the time, hassle, and expense of backtracking.

How expensive is Greek island hopping?

The Greek Island ferries can range from less than 10 Euros to around 100 Euros per person for a round trip. If you’re only going one way each time, this will cut your costs in half, but book a round trip if you’re only visiting two islands. An average ferry will probably set you back around 50 Euros.

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Is Greece on the amber list?

Greece remains on the UK government’s “amber” list of countries as travel restrictions continue to ease. Ancient monuments, delicious food and around 200 (populated) islands to explore mean that Greece has long been a firm favourite with British holidaymakers.

Is Greece on the green list to travel?

Greece remains off the UK’s green list and is still on the amber list. This means Brits will need the following when returning to the UK from Greece: A negative test taken pre-arrival.

Will Greece go on the green list?

Greece has yet to make it onto the government’s green list and has been amber for a number of months now.

What is the best way to visit the Greek islands?

The best way to travel among these islands is by boarding a fast ferry. The ferry travel times between these Greek islands vary from 2 hours to 45 minutes (Paros-Naxos). The three islands can also make an excellent escape from the bustle of Santorini and are perfect options for a one-day trip or a weekend away.

How many Greek islands are there in two weeks?

With this itinerary you will spend 2 weeks in Greece visiting 5 islands, and possibly more depending on what day trips you choose from Athens, as well as spending time in and around the fascinating ancient capital.

How long is ferry from Santorini to Paros?

The ferry route Santorini-Paros normally lasts from 2 hours to 4 hours and the ticket cost starts from 20€. Check our summary with the latest data for ferries.

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Which Greek island is cheapest?

Lefkada is one of the most popular low budget destinations in the country and attracts a load of Greek visitors, as well as international travellers in the know. The laid-back island boasts several beautiful beaches and the Ionian cuisine will put a smile on your face.

How many days in Greece is enough?

We recommend that you spend at least seven days in Greece to be able to comfortably explore Athens and one or two Greek islands. With more days to spend, you can obviously explore more destinations and less-visited islands, but if you are planning a quick getaway we’ve got you covered too.

Are Greek ferries expensive?

Greek ferries are half the cost of most European ferries, good value considering the distances involved. They are essentially fixed prices proportional to distance, high speed ones twice the price roughly. The same price if booked directly with ferry company or if you buy them in the island ticket agencies.