Santorini Island may not be famous for sandy, exotic beaches like most of the other islands of the Aegean Sea; on the contrary, Santorini’s beaches are mostly small, rocky and seemingly unwelcoming, but once you look past this first impression, you will be taken aback
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
Santorini has many wonders to offer its visitors; the imposing caldera and its mesmerizing architecture, its volcanic beaches with black sands and otherworldly rock formations and the breath-taking sunsets, but there is also a side of Santorini more pure and uncomplicated; the mainland of Santorini
La Ponta is located in a 13th century Venetian tower, within the castle of Akrotiri. It boasts an exquisite panoramic view of the island and is 1km above the pre-historic archaeological site of Akrotiri, Santorini. Today, few fragments remain of the Castle, while the tower
As winter gives way to the oncoming spring and nature awakes, something magical is happening on the island of Santorini. Just as the fragrant buds begin to bloom, the entire island seems to draw life from the sun and the sea and blossoms, almost in
There are things about Santorini that fill the heart with glee. The sunsets tame the wildest of the spirits, and the landscapes inspire wanderlust. But then, there are also the things that make you think, the deeper connections with the roots of the people who
Of all the villages of Santorini, Pyrgos is without a doubt the most impressive. An alluring blend of medieval architecture with the unique character of the Cycladic isles resulted in the first capital of Santorini, the imposing Pyrgos, a place that travels you back to
Capture the best moments of your holiday and share amazing memories of Santorini with those you love, your family, your friends and even your social media community! Taking a great selfie can be challenging, and picking an outstanding location is imperative.