Apart from the majestic caldera, with the magnificent views and the idyllic ambiance of the stone paved alleys, the iconic whitewashed houses hanging on the cliff and the vibrant rhythm of life, there are some worthwhile places to visit in…
The abrupt change in Santorini’s terrain caused by the volcanic eruption that gave it its unique shape and the stunning caldera, created some pretty unusual beaches. Covered in volcanic black sands and hidden under harsh, imposing rock formations, one can find wild natural beaches that
Santorini’s hinterland is the land of hidden treasures and unexpected surprises in every corner. From picture-perfect chapels crouched in crannies behind rocks to the plethora of panoramic views to the caldera and the Aegean, or from medieval fortresses that seem untouched by time to the
Houses hanging over the edge of a steep cliff, the shimmering white contrasting the deep blue of the sea, elegance found in both the island’s simplicity and its luscious cosmopolitan ambiance. The island of Santorini is the epitome of balance; and what better place to
Away from the vigorous rhythm of the cosmopolitan caldera, a different aspect of Santorini lays hidden in the hinterland, where tradition and history merge in quaint villages that seem forgotten and untouched by modern times. One of these villages, probably the prettiest and most picturesque
Megalochori is an agricultural village in the hinterland of Santorini, in the island’s main vineyard where the grapes that result in the famous Vinsanto wine are grown. Although not a par excellence touristic destination, Megalochori attracts a significant number of…
Megalochori is an agricultural village in the hinterland of Santorini, in the island’s main vineyard where the grapes that result in the famous Vinsanto wine are grown. Although not a par excellence touristic destination, Megalochori attracts a significant number of visitors mostly attracted by the
The island of Santorini claims worldwide notoriety for a number of things; its scenic caldera, its picturesque sceneries, the elegant cubic buildings and its exclusive produce, forged by the volcanic ground, the scorching sun and the scarcity of rain.