Visit the wonderful island of Santorini

Find at Emporio 847 03, call us on 694 457 7918 and book Santorini tours. Santorini, also known as Thira, is an island of the extremities. How else could you describe a place where the inhabitants have built three cities on the edge of a cliff 300 meters above the sea, where the beaches are black and where the dormant volcano is a short distance away.

The city of Santorini itself is a really wonderful place. The beauty of its location is unsurpassed in Greece. The city center surrounds the edge of the crater, which appeared after a large volcanic eruption that separated the island around 1,500 BC.

Expensive tourist shops display jewelry, lace, paintings and other luxury items. Great restaurants, cafes and taverns are wedged between the grocery store, the pharmacy and the beautiful cathedral. The view of the crater is one of the wonderful attractions of Greece, but if you get bored of this magnificent view, there are beaches to lie down, boat trips that you can make and points of interest to visit.

What to see in Santorini

Everything revolves around the Caldera, a true image of the island. The sea here is intense blue and deep and the islands that rise to the surface are sprinkled with pumice and red sand.

The first thing you absolutely must see? The sunset of course! The privileged spot to look over the Caldera to admire the most beautiful sunset in the world is in the small village of Oia, where thousands of people arrive every night at sunset to admire and applaud the sunset. If you want to see this wonderful spectacle away from the tourist crowds, head from Fira to Imerovigli.

Archaeological sites of Santorini

On the island you will find one of the most important sites in all of Greece: the archeological site of Akrotiri is one of the most important prehistoric settlements in the Aegean Sea. The archeological site is open daily from 10.00 to 17.00. It is located a few kilometers south of the village of Akrotiri, about 10 km from Fira.

Thermal Baths of Santorini

Out of the center of the Caldera you will find the islands of Nea Kameni and Palea Kameni with their fumes and marine thermal springs. It is possible to take advantage of the benefits of thermal water. But bring one of your worst suits because it stains the water. Rely on organized excursions to reach them with Santorini tours.


Thirasia, right in front of the island is the non-tourist version of Santorini. If you have a few days available, we recommend you visit it. The architecture and landscape are similar to those of Santorini, but the island is not yet very touristy and spartan: a Santorini as it once was.

Vineyards of Santorini

In Santorini the vineyards grow overlooking the sea in an area of ​​ashes and volcanic rocks. The winemakers produce an excellent, mineral white that you can try through a tour of the cellars, throughout the southern part of the island.

The villages of Santorini

The villages of Santorini are only a few kilometers from each other and yet they are all very different. Fira is the realm of markets and nightlife. Oia is the most atmospheric city with picturesque houses and shops. The typical architectures are colorful and always magically placed towards the sea with stairs and views.

Imerovigli is the country where the most beautiful hotels and resorts of the island are located with incredible infinity pools and incredible views of the Caldera. Pyrgos is the time-bound city of Santorini.

Where to stay in Santorini

Firostefani and Imerovigli are the areas of Santorini where the most beautiful resorts and hotels are located. The undisputed trend is the infinity pool, preferably in front of the bedroom. Many resorts have bars and terraces that are also open to outside guests. Below is a list of some of the most beautiful hotels in Santorini.

How to get there

The easiest way to get to Santorini is by plane from many Italian airports. Italy is connected to Santorini with many flights departing from Milan, Rome, Pisa, Bergamo, Milan and Palermo. Alternatively, you can reach the island by boat from Piraeus, the port of Athens.

When to go to Santorini

Santorini is characterized by a temperate climate with mild winters and summers, the best time to go is from April to September, when you will find the ideal climate to go to the beach and visit the most beautiful beaches. The best time to get there is between May and June and September to October, when you will find very few tourists.

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