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About Santorini

Sanotrini is located in the south of the Aegean Sea about 120 kilometers to north of Crete. This volcanic island offers its visitors an unforgettable experience. Impressive crater landscapes and gigantic cliffs that drop into the blue Aegean Sea make Santorini one of the most celebrated destinations in the world.

The beaches of Santorini consist mainly of dark volcanic sand and black pebbles, making them unique. You cannot find such beaches anywhere is the world. The turquoise waters that sparkle in the sun can be admired at each of the island’s beaches.

In the northwest part of the island lies Oia, where you can admire one of the most famous sunsets. Its traditional architecture, breathtaking views and romantic atmosphere make Oia one of the most photographed places in Greece.

The island is not particularly known for is nightlife. Nevertheless, there are plenty of places on the island to enjoy your drink and dance to your favorite music.

All the above mentioned, along with the remains of the antiquity and the myth of the Lost Atlantis justify the words by which the tourists describe this wonderful island.

Things to do in Santorini

Visit the caldera
One of the most impressive spectacles of nature worldwide, the caldera of Santorini was created by the eruption of the volcano about 3600 years ago. Visit and discover the beautiful villages that were built on the majestic caldera cliffs, opposite the volcano.

Enjoy the sunset in Oia
Oia is definitely the best place to watch the sunset in Santorini. Oia is a village with white houses that lie on a cliff, at the edge of the breathtaking Caldera.

Boat trip to the volcano
The famous volcano of Santorini is undoubtedly the greatest attraction of the island. A boat tour to the volcano is the ultimate adventure you can experience in Santorini.

Stop for photos at Red beach
Red beach is one of the most recognizable beautiful beaches of Santorini. The contrasting colours of soaring red cliffs in combination with the dark blue waters constitutes a wild, overwhelming landscape.