The Dutch travel market opens on May 15, as announced by the Dutch government and written in MONEY & TOURISM. While after the abolition of the quarantine obligation and PCR test for the islands of the southern and northern Aegean, last week. In today’s travel review rules by the country’s government authorities, the Ionian Islands were added on the 15th May.
So from last week the Dutch can travel to the islands of the North and South Aegean and from May 15th to the Ionian islands, without quarantine and test on return.
The new travel announcement of the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs is as follows:
Last edited on: 14/05/2021 Still valid on: 14/5/2021
After a stay on the islands of the North and South Aegean, you do not need to be quarantined in the Netherlands.
This also applies to the Ionian Islands from 15th May.
You can read which islands are in the “Coronavirus” section.
There is also no requirement for a test for return from the North and South Aegean islands and the Ionian Islands. This only applies to direct flights from the islands and not if you make a stopover in Athens.
After a stay in Crete or the rest of Greece, you should take a test and stay in quarantine in the Netherlands.