Coronavirus FAQs

Santorini

From 1 May, passengers arriving in Greece are no longer required to show a proof of COVID vaccination, a negative COVID test, or a certificate of recovery from COVID. The completion of a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) before you travel both into and out of Greece is no longer required.

ALL GUESTS MUST STILL SHOW A NEGATIVE LATERAL FLOW TEST ON DAY 1.

Be assured that Supa Dupa Fly and all the venues we work with are following all the protocols as set out by the Greece Public Health Authority. Your safety is our top priority so this year we’ve put some extra measures in place to keep everyone as comfortable and safe as we possibly can.


LATERAL FLOW TESTING ON DAY 1 - ALL GUESTS 


  • You need to obtain a box of NHS Lateral Flow Tests online or from a local pharmacy prior to travelling to Greece https://www.gov.uk/order-coronavirus-rapid-lateral-flow-tests, they are also available to be tested in Santorini. 
  • You must take the test before you collect your wristband (same day).
  • Once you have taken the test, wait for the result and then submit it to the NHS website (if using an nhs test) https://www.gov.uk/report-covid19-result / scan barcode on the rest. It takes 5 minutes.
  • You will receive a confirmation email or text from the NHS with your result within 30 minutes.
  • Bring your NHS COVID-19 confirmation text or email, and please ensure that your name, date and result are shown on the NHS COVID -19 confirmation text or email. 
  • You will need to show all of above when collecting your wristband, even if you're double jabbed. 
  • Anyone without an NHS test will need to show the official result from the testing centre in Santorini.
  • Anyone not complying, or being rude or aggressive to our staff will be denied entry to the festival AND reported to the Greek police. 
  • Anyone testing positive will not be allowed to attend the festival but will be refunded & will need to follow the Greek Health Authority guidelines.
  • Anyone attempting to falsify results will be barred from the festival & our events for life AND reported to the Greek police.
  • In Greece proof of vaccination or a negative rapid test taken up to 48 hours before entry is required to enter outdoor public spaces such as shops, restaurants and museums. All of our venues for this year will be outdoors except Enigma which is part indoor part outdoor (so is still classed as an outdoor space).  
  • Hand sanitiser will be available at the entry and throughout each venue. 

If you have any questions, feel free to email us.