Millions of people have been voting for our Santorini for many years for its unique beauty,
as the most beautiful island in the world.
And not unfair!
Santorini is considered to be the most romantic destination in Greece.
After all, one does not often come across white majestic states built on the edge of the cliff, with picturesque villages,
cobbled alleys and impressive churches bathed in light…
In love, couples flock to the volcanic island every year in search of a beautiful Caldera sunset on a balcony in the Caldera.
In fact, in recent years the island has been established as a destination chosen by couples to perform their wedding or honeymoon!
The capital of the island is Fira. Built in the Caldera, 260 m above sea level, with a wonderful view of the clear blue waters
of the Aegean and the islet of Nea Kameni, they seem to be a breath away from the sky.
Caldera length enchanting the visitor, each in his own unique way. It should be noted here that the settlement
of Oia is the first in Greece to be considered preserved. Not coincidentally,
it looks like a work of art carved into the rocks created by volcanic lava.
Other less famous but equally beautiful villages of the island that are worth visiting
are Akrotiri and Mesa Vouno with their famous archeological sites,
Pyrgos, Karteres, Emporio, Ammoudi, Finikia, Perissa, Pericholos, Megalo , Kamari, Messaria and Monolithos.
Some are more cosmopolitan, some quieter, others are surrounded by huge vineyards, others are dominated
by castles with endless views of the Aegean but all have a special personality that will fascinate you.
The local products of Santorini are famous and unique!
White eggplant, tomatoes, fava beans, capers and green cheese: all delicious ingredients of delicious local delicacies
that will be duly appreciated by lovers of good food!
The island is also considered one of the most organized wine tourist destinations in the country.
The volcanic soil of the island favors the vinification of wines with a special personality and intoxicating aroma.
Try the main varieties, such as Assyrtiko, Athiri, Aidani, Mandilaria and Mavrotragano, in one of the countless wineries of the island
(many of them even function as museums) or in a restaurant by candlelight…
The wonderful beaches of the island that could only be harmonized with its special volcanic character.
Dive on beaches with black, red and white sand or colorful pebbles and rocks carved by salt and wind.
A unique setting that you will not find anywhere else in Greece…
It is certain that its intoxicating atmosphere where the blue of the Aegean mixes with the red of the rocks
and the white of the houses will fascinate you, making you look forward to returning to your “lost Atlantis”!