But if Britons think they can arrive without facing some safety measures, they may have to think again.
The majority of Britons will reportedly be tested for coronavirus on arrival into the country.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office added: “If you travel to Greece, you will need to complete a Passenger Locator Form at least 48 hours before travel.”
It has now been revealed that if more than 40 people test positive for the deadly virus then flights could potentially be banned again, according to Greek media.
Greece could ban Britons’ holidays again if more than 40 test positive for coronavirus
Greece holidays: Around 6,000 Britons are expected to be tested by the end of the week
Around 6,000 Britons are expected to be tested by the end of the week after booking holidays in Greece, according to The Sun.
Zante, Crete and Rhodes are expected to be inundated with more than 200 flights arriving from the UK this week.
“The result of the mass testing […] will determine if Greek borders remain open, or not, to Britain”, said Greek newspaper Protothema.
“If the number and percentage of those found to be positive is low, and is limited to less than 30 to 40 cases then […] the British tourist market will remain open.”
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They continued: “The government won’t hesitate, calculating that the cost of the risk of coronavirus spreading is much more important than any benefits to tourism in a year that is considered largely lost.”
It comes as Greece’s Minister of Tourism Harry Theoharis appeared on Sky News today confronting rumours of a second lockdown.
He labelled the rumours “nonsense” despite reports emerging of a spike in cases.
“We’re monitoring the situation; it’s got to be stable,” he said.
Greece holidays: The majority of Britons will be tested for coronavirus on arrival into the country
“We are looking at the numbers and the procedures and everything that we have put in place and we’re very happy with the results.
“That doesn’t mean that we’re not visual, that doesn’t mean that we don’t continue to monitor the situation but if anything we will toughen measures because I’ve read a few articles talking about a possible relapse – this is certainly not the case, I would like to refute that.
“Greece’s has opened its doors to foreign tourists from Europe, maybe this will continue to be the case.”
However, Mr Theoharis said Greeks were “very, very happy” that Britons are returning to Greece.
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“We always enjoy the company of our friends from the UK,” he said.
“We’re also grateful for the UK Government for putting Greece on the list of the countries that it’s possible to travel from the UK.”
The minister went on to say he thought it was unlikely Britons could later see themselves barred from Greece.
He added: “We’re monitoring the situation, the UK for a number of weeks is certainly going in the right direction.”