Tips for Motorcycle Trips in Greece

Die Flagge von Griechenland

Greece (GRC)

Ländertipps Griechenland

What do you have to take into consideration when traveling to Greece? Which documents do you have to take with you? Louis provides you with answers to the most important questions. No liability is accepted for errors – Louis does not accept any responsibility for the accuracy of information.

Documents you must have with you

  • Driving licence and vehicle registration certificate
  • ID card or passport (since 26.6.12 it has also been obligatory for children travelling within the EU to have their own identity document.)
  • International Motor Insurance Card (Green Card) is recommended.


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First-aid kit / Hi-vis vest

It is not mandatory to carry a first-aid kit or high-visibility vest. However, we recommend you always carry both.

Mandatory helmet

It is mandatory to wear a helmet! Only helmets which conform to the ECE 22 standard are approved.

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Lights

Motorcycles must have their headlight on even during the daytime.

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Speed limits

  • Within built-up areas: 50 km/h
  • Outside built-up areas: 90 km/h
  • Dual carriageways (expressways): 110 km/h
  • Motorways (freeways): 130 km

Road tolls

In Greece, the use of motorways between Thessaloniki, Athens, Patras, Tripoli and Kalamata is subject to tolls. Furthermore, the underwater tunnel Preveza-Aktio and the Rio-Antirrio, as well as some national road sections are subject to tolls.

Emergency numbers

100 and 112

Legal alcohol limit

0.05% (50 mg/100 ml blood)
0.00% (0 mg/100 ml blood) for new drivers with less than 2 years driving experience, drivers of commercial vehicles, motorcyclists

Further information

Tourism-Website: www.visitgreece.gr

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