When it comes to Greek islands, Santorini is a must-see. Santorini has stunning villages with majestic views, remarkable local products, impressive history, and beautiful Cycladic architecture. Add the warm and welcoming people to all the above and you will get the perfect getaway destination for couples, friends, solo travelers, and families. This 3-day Santorini guide has been planned to show you the best of the … Continue reading 3 days guide at Santorini! Enjoy every single moment!
Did you know that the main port of Santorini used to be in Fira? The Old Port of Fira, also known as Fira Skala, is located 220 meters below the town and it used to be the main commercial port of the island until a few decades ago. The small port, which is at the foot of the caldera cliffs, nowadays is mainly active during … Continue reading Santorini Cable Car
Opinions differ with regards to this activity! Some love the experience and others don’t fancy the idea! We would say that the volcano is a must-visit attraction while in Santorini. So if you have the time, there are plenty of tours to choose from at different times of the day. Many local tour operators offer excursions exclusively to the volcano and hot springs whereas it … Continue reading Volcano Hot Springs, Best Info and Tips
Fira is the charming capital of Santorini. It is located on the western cliffs of the island, right across the volcano and the volcanic island of Palea and Nea Kameni. Due to its central location, Fira is the biggest shopping and cultural center. It features numerous retail therapy options and remarkable museums where you can step back in time and learn about Santorini’s significant history. … Continue reading Explore Fira, the capital city of Santorini
On the northern side of Santorini, on a perpendicular slope of the caldera, Oia is a Cycladic village with the most unparalleled beauty! The cosmopolitan aesthetic, the well-dressed visitors, and the astonishing views on the background represent the uniqueness of Oia village (attention! I-a and not O-i-a). This easily explored town is a perfect destination for a romantic getaway but also for an unforgettable family … Continue reading Explore the town of Oia – a full guide
Who is up for a horse ride? Well, whether you are a professional rider or a simply horse lover, Santorini have you covered! The island is an ideal destination for horse tourism. Its unique nature offers amazing lands and beautiful destinations to explore with the company of a horse! Choose a morning or evening horse riding tour and let the adventure begin. Find below some … Continue reading Horde Riding at Santorini-4 suggested tours
In Greece, we do not keep secrets! We wish to spread the Greek culinary success story wisdom around the globe. If you are Greek cuisine lovers you should not miss treating yourselves to a fun and educational cooking class experience, while in Santorini. Skilled chefs are willing to share their culinary knowledge and recipes and encourage visitors to practice and apprehend their cooking techniques through … Continue reading Santorini Cooking classes, a gastronomic experience!
In case you have tried plenty of the famous volcanic wine and you feel like you need a palate cleanser in between all this wine, do not go far! Santorini have you covered once more! How? Well… the Santorini Brewing Company is located in Mesa Gonia, in between Fira and Kamari village, and will undoubtedly be an oasis especially in the heart of the warm … Continue reading Donkey Brewery For Beer Lovers
Are you an adventure lover? Do you fancy more comfort and privacy? Fishing is your beloved hobby? We will now guide you accordingly and help you choose the trip that suits you the best! Rest assured there are sailing tours for everyone on the magical island of Santorini! There are a plethora of cruises that include Santorini’s popular landmarks, the volcanic island of Nea Kameni, … Continue reading Which Sailing Tours are suitable for me in Santorini?
Have you ever wondered how many prehistoric settlements may exist and we have not yet discovered? How many things do we still have to learn about our past that will make us understand adequately our present? Well, the archaeologist Spyros Marinatos not only wondered but even more, he discovered in 1967 the prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri in Santorini which was destroyed by an earthquake followed … Continue reading Do not miss visiting the excavations of Akrotiri