Katikies Hotel, Santorini
Katikies Hotel is located on Santorini and offers 5-star accommodation as well as a Jacuzzi. A short…SHOW ON MAP
Santorini Princess is situated on Santorini and offers 5-star facilities as well as a Jacuzzi and free…SHOW ON MAP
Things to do in Santorini
A walk along the volcano of Nea Kameni Red and black rocks create a wild landscape around…SHOW ON MAP
Santorini, Useful Information
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Selene restaurant, Santorini
‘Selene’ restaurant was established in 1986 in Fira, Santorini by Yiorgos and Evelyn Hatziyannakis. Our aim was…SHOW ON MAP
Character, Italian restaurant, Santorini
Perched above Santorini’s famous caldera, offering a breathtaking view of its surroundings and the world famous sunset,…SHOW ON MAP
Franco’s Bar Santorini
One of the “must” places to see when you visit Santorini, is Franco’s bar. Located in Fira,…SHOW ON MAP
Santorini, swim with nature
The island is lined with unique beaches in exotic colours of black, red, and white, a product…SHOW ON MAP
Santorini – also known as Thera in Greek – is the island immortalized by poets and painters, thanks to its celebrated light, multi-coloured cliffs and picture-perfect sunsets. On this island all senses are magnified, a product of its many contrasts: black earth against whitewashed homes clinging to the cliffside, or wild volcanic sculptures against sleek Cycladic lines.
Summertime and the living is easy
The Pompeii of the Aegean
Akrotiri is a prehistoric city that lies beneath a bioclimatic shelter. Walking over wooden bridges you will encounter one of the most important and well-preserved civilisations in the Mediterranean, which was covered by the ashes of the great volcanic eruption of 1600 B.C. Visit the museum of Prehistoric Thera, at Fira, to admire its famous frescoes, among them Spring, The Monkeys and The African. A world frozen in time awaits you.
Cuisine here, boasts extraordinary ingredients thanks to nutrient-rich volcanic soil. Amongst the island’s specialties are its world famous sun-dried cherry tomatoes, fava beans (split peas), capers, and white eggplant. Santorini’s chefs are always experimenting with local products, combining traditional recipes with modern gastronomy, and making the island a top culinary destination in the Aegean.
Lessons in Santorini’s gastronomy
Enroll on one of the many culinary classes on offer and learn to make Santorini’s rich and varied delicacies, such as tomato patties, sfougato, melitinia and sweet koufeto.
A sunset ritual
Experiecing the sunset from Oia, as thousands do each year, is a ritual. For a few minutes, the energy of the landscape is palpable. When the fiery sun sinks into the Aegean, this scene will be forever emblazoned across your mind and cherished in your heart.
Imagine your wedding and honeymoon in Santorini with the caldera and volcano as a backdrop. In the courtyards of the island’s churches and on the terraces of the hotels and restaurants, the island offers couples a real-life fairytale wedding venue each year.