Skip to this Greek island to refresh your soul. Whitewashed buildings, mesmerizing blue waters, colorful hues of the sky, beautiful architecture – all this and much more is what makes Santorini a must-visit in every traveler's list.
Dip your feet in the blue waters of Kamari Beach, southeast of Fira, and relax on the lounge chairs under the wooden umbrellas on a stretch of black sand.
Enjoy the charming view of the soaring red cliffs and the town of Oia. You can even swim and cliff dive at Amoudi Bay.
Visit the Museum of Prehistoric Thera to time travel back to the early human life (artifacts dated around 30,000 BC) and know more about the island’s history.
Visit the Ancient Akrotiri.
The thriving city was destroyed by a giant volcano, later excavated and is now open for visitors, to have a look at the remains of this Bronze Age settlement.
Catch a glimpse of the Akrotiri Lighthouse.
Built in 19th century, atop a cliff by the sea shore, it is one of the oldest lighthouses in Greece.
Take a stroll on the Red Beach.
The Red beach is lined with rustic-toned sand and pebbles. This distinctive color is volcanic-origin. Please note Red Beach is on alert for landslides and forbidden parts of the beach are fenced.
Wander in the Greek villages of Oia, Fira and Pyrgos. Hiking trails lined with white-washed traditional buildings through these villages and cliffs is a beautiful experience.
Take a cruise at Caldera to see the dramatic sunset and hike the beautiful Skaros Rock.
Sail to Nea and Palea Kameni for hot springs, thermal mud and take a close look at an active volcanic crater.
Have an amazing wine night on the island. Wine is grown from volcanic soils in Santorini creating a unique taste not found anywhere else on the planet.
Shop your heart out at Santorini, for, the market is loaded with traditional craft and cultural items and take back home a souvenir.