My good friend just left Australia 3 weeks ago with his wife and moved to Greece. They're not Greek. Just bought a cheap apartment which gave them automatic residency. Totally anti-vaxxer.Is Greece really a possible option? Met a Greek man the other week who said the Covid restrictions were insane (no using public transit if not vaccinated, green passes incoming). He said it was awful. Have you seen that things are not bad on the ground? Because I would love to visit Mt Athos if possible. Also, many other EU countries (Germany, Spain, France) appear to be actually blocking the unvaccinated from entering completely, without even allowing PCR tests.
He said they got there, the airport staff were super chill about the PCR testing, he was through customs in a few minutes. He's out and about in Athens and said nobody cares one bit about the laws - they're not being enforced anywhere and nobody cares. Protests are frequent.
The islands are even more chill - most Greek islanders are vehemently opposed to COVID measures, including the local cops.
Not saying it's a perfect place to be. I don't think anywhere is. But you're better off being in a country where even though laws exist, nobody actually pays attention to them. I would stay well away from places like France and Germany, where police actually do enforce draconian laws.