The island of Santorini, just like the rest of Greece, is abundant in beautiful churches that praise the marveling architecture of the Cyclades. A large portion of Santorini’s churches is cave-like, similar to the unique homes carved in the rocks of the caldera. The rest,
For many, the perfect way to truly know and understand a place you are visiting is to try its food. The local, traditional delicacies, the specialties dedicated to particular celebrations, the everyday dishes that have been handed down by generations; the food the locals eat!
On the foot of the Profitis Ilias Mountain, just a short 6 km from the capital of Santorini Fira, lies a nearly abandoned village known as the Old Village – Palió Chorió. Also known as Mésa Gonia or Episkopis Gonia, this village was a major