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The Santorini island's beauty has been waxed lyrical over the years, fully earning the epithet "kalliste" (the most beautiful). Along with "Strogili", this was one of the former names lent to the island over its troubled history. Its history is one of battles and conquers, of a tragic eruption and a blossoming renaissence – events that haven't altered Santorini's charm but that undoubtedly scarred it.

Together with the inhabited Therania and five other smaller islands, Thera (Santorini's Greek name) belongs to the namesake archipelago which is the vestige of a volcanic caldera. Places of unspoiled nature and postcard-like views, the islands are reachable by boat and bear the original appeal of the old-fashioned Santorini.

The main island is split further into picturesque villages masterly painted in dazzling blue and white hues, outlining the holiday resort's multi-faceted personality and its extraordinary variety of landscapes.

Rising out of the crystalline waters of the Aegean Sea, Santorini is the result of the erupting mouth of a volcano that has left a dramatic legacy of black and red-sand beaches and an enormous caldera draped by white-washed houses and blue-domed churches.

A harmonious Mediterranean backdrop, shaped by the sharp contrast of the ivory village clashing with the bold black of the volcanic soil, opens up to the traveler, in an awe-inspiring paradise that is Santorini.

The scent of wine grapes and vineyards stretching lazily down Santorini's unrefined hills; the unique taste of tomatoes grown solely on volcanic soil and the soaring temperature of the island; the subtle sand or the smoothness of white pebbles and turquoise waters of some of Europe's most suggestive beaches; the upbeat sound of the buzzing nightlife; the spectacle of the sun setting behind the village of Oia and the caldera to finally plunge into the skyline. Santorini gratifies all 5 senses, treating the traveler to enchanting views and thousands of colours.

Without mentioning dazzling panoramas, the mesmerizing sea or vibrant villages, Santorini's culinary tradition would be something worth experiencing on its own.

Borrowing a pronounced Mediterranean diet from the mainland, Santorini shares a tendency to use vegetables, quality olive oil, meat and fresh seafood generously, creating its own cuisine by adding products that are cultivated solely on its fertile soil.

Try the island's peculiar white-eggplants with mozzarella, or sample the unique "Tomatokeftedes", tomato fritters made of Santorini's own produce, and accompany it beautifully with a glass of Vinsanto - the experience will be matched by an unrivaled view from one of the picturesque taverns the island is studded with.

A laid-back attitude accompanies the whole Greek lifestyle, and it is little wonder that in Santorini and the Greek Islands it is emphasized even more. Coffee breaks are a serious matter and a remarkable part of the day, making "kafeterias" appealing hangouts in the suggestive towns.

The most popular version of the traditional coffee is an espresso-like brew that tends to share similarities with the Turkish coffee, infused with a sharp flavour, escorting the hearty Greeks throughout the day.

Santorini's scorching sun has led both locals and tourists to opt for a more chilled, and yet equally efficient, option, creating a break that is ideal for an iced-coffee, a frappe or an ice-cream.

Santorini's nightlife revolves around its bustling capital, a buzzing hub that houses most of the island's foreign-patronized clubs and happening hangouts. The hectic town-centre livens up at night, rocking until dawn in a uniform mixture of tourists and locals.

Despite the other villages' less renowned bar-scene, Santorini's holiday resorts, having developed substantially around tourism, are certainly not to be underrated. Picturesque bars litter the main drags, often gifting the travelers with breath-taking panoramas.

Santorini is in all aspects a work of art, and its souvenirs and local produce doubtlessly reflect the island's beautiful facets. Oia and above all Fira are the island's major shopping destinations, places of unrivaled charm where traditional shops line up neatly down narrow streets.

In Santorini a visit to one of the local art galleries is a must: evocative handicrafts, folk art and jewelry can be bought at accessible prices, guaranteeing a souvenir that mirrors the authenticity of the villages.

Another worthy shopping experience is all about local produce. The diversity of products makes it hard to choose from the numerous delicacies grown on the island's volcanic soil. Fava, the Greek version of split peas, is particularly unique in Santorini and it is used to make a down-to-earth, yet scrumptious, puree. The island's grapes make a heavenly wine that is exported worldwide and can be bought in any of the local wineries. Last but not least comes Santorini's trademark tomato, the locals' pride and a must try for food-aficionados - wonderfully appetizing and juicy.

In Santorini, go for local produce, handicrafts or jewelry - either way, it will be an unmatched experience.


Property Location Located in Santorini Kamari, Sigalas is convenient to Kamari Beach and Wine Museum. This beach hotel is within close proximity of Art Space Santorini and Ancient Thira.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 12 air-conditioned rooms..
The hotel is located almost in the center of Kamari resort, only 5 minutes walk from the beach, clear blue sea, the restaurants, taverns, bars and shops of Kamari village. Facilities in the hotel are reception, small TV lounge, swimming pool, sun beds..
Property Location With a stay at Tataki Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Santorini, steps from Plateia Theotokopoulou and Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral. This hotel is within close proximity of Santorini Folklore Museum and Museum of Prehistoric..
This family run hotel is located at a ten minutes stroll from Fira town, the capital of magical Santorini. Its welcoming atmosphere, the friendly service and the local Cycladic architecture guarantees that guests won't be disappointed. All of the air-conditioned..
Adonis Hotel is situated in Kamari, just 150 m from the famous black beach. The centre of Fira is 10 km away. There is a bus stop 150 m from the hotel. The hotel facilities includes reception (limited hours), WiFi in the public areas and breakfast room...
Property Location Located in Santorini Oia, Villa Agnadi is convenient to Baxedes Beach and Naval Museum. This aparthotel is within close proximity of Oia Castle and Cape Columbo Beach.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 27 air-conditioned rooms..
Property Location With a stay at Akrotiri Hotel in Santorini Akrotiri, you'll be minutes from Ancient Akrotiri and close to Red Beach. This beach hotel is within close proximity of La Ponta Venetian Tower and Caldera Beach.Rooms Make yourself at home..
The property consists 13 rooms and 7 studios, part-renovated in 2003. Hotel offers reception (08:00-23:00 h), Wireless Internet access on the terrace, snack bar, small bath bay in front of the hotel, the red lava sandy beach of Akrotiri is within 20 minutes..
On the Caldera cliff, overlooking the Volcano and the Aegean blue sea. 8 km from the airport and 11km from Athinios port. Little villa with reception in the Hotel Kalliston (approx. 50m), room service, hairdresser(extra charge), manicure (extra charge),..
Property Location With a stay at Alexandra Hotel in Santorini Kamari, you'll be convenient to Kamari Beach and Wine Museum. This hotel is within close proximity of Art Space Santorini and Ancient Thira.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 70 air-conditioned..

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