Greek land borders update:
[Latest update: July 7, 2020]
Land borders have reopened only to visitors from Bulgaria (Promachonas border station), whereas crossing the borders from Albania, North Macedonia and Turkey are allowed only for a compelling reason. Please note that, as of July 6th (until July 15th), Serbian citizens are not allowed to enter Greece. Border crossing will be allowed only for essential reasons.
Regarding sea travel, incoming vessels are allowed to dock at Igoumenitsa and Patras Harbours.
All visitors entering Greece until August 31st, 2020 will be required to fill in the Passenger Locator Form (PLF), at least 48 hours before they arrive, whether by air, sea or land. In this form, travellers will fill in information about their departure location, the address of their destination, their expected stay in Greece, and other details that may be required. For more info, see here.
Incoming visitors may have to take a random or targeted test. They will have to self isolate for 24 hours at the address of their destination until the test results are out. Those who test positive will be quarantined for 14 days in designated hotel in Halkidiki. The Greek state will be covering the cost of treatment for any tourists (including their families) who test positive for Covid-19 during their visit.