“When I distract my eyes from the fireball, the look is full of the magical, beautiful landscape: The black volcanic wall, high up the white houses of the island like a chain of white coral on black velvet and the bumpy cliffs … against the deep blue of the sky stretches … “
This is just one of many statements and descriptions of people who were on Santorini.
Santorini or also called Thira, is the southernmost and at the same time also the extraordinary Cyclades island of Greece. Santorini, the neighbouring island of Thirassia and the uninhabited island of Aspronisi form a so-called circle around the volcano, which is in the center of the caldera. In the form of an increasing crescent, Santorini stretches out from the Aegean Sea. It is 16,7 km long and 6 km wide. The town of Oia, known for its breathtaking sunsets, shines at the northern tip.
The capital Thira, located on the crater wall, in the middle of Santorini, where cruise ships are anchored daily in summer, is one of the most famous attractions on the island.
For beach lovers, Santorini offers the beaches of Kamari, Perissa and Perivolos in the east of the island. Santorini ends in the southern part with the lighthouse and the archaeological excavation Akrotiri.
Experience and enjoy one of the most interesting island in Europe. Dirt the energy from the volcano, swim in the clear blue water, shop in the many shops or stroll through the small alleys of the deserted villages of Santorini and start your day with a yoga lesson.
See you on Santorini!