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A bridge between past and present, Greece welcomes you with its exuberant nature, formidable archaeological sites and fantastic beaches. Myths and traditions come together in the picturesque villages, where folklore and local craftsmanship are on display. In the numerous seaside resorts that dot the Greek islands, hotels that live up to all expectations and the Hellenic people known for their hospitality welcome holidaymakers under the ever-present sun.
Santorini, the Ionian island in the southern Aegean Sea, has become one of Greece's main attractions. Famous for its incredible postcard-perfect landscapes, the paradisiacal image of white villages with blue roofs perched on top of cliffs is anchored in everyone's imagination. From the heights of the island, the horizon is breathtaking and the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean basin sparkle in the sunshine that shines more than 300 days a year.
As well as its stunning panorama, Santorini has a rich history which you can experience as you wander through the maze of narrow streets or venture into the wilder corners of the island. Visit the archaeological sites and museums that tell the story of the island's origins and history.
Oia is Santorini's most famous village and the perfect destination for a romantic break. Situated on the cliff side, the small streets will allow you to reach the highest point of the caldera, from where you can watch the sublime sunsets plunging into the blue of the Aegean Sea.
A small, quiet village, far from mass tourism, it is the perfect place for a relaxing and relaxing holiday. Close to an ancient city of the same name covered by the ashes of a volcanic eruption over 3500 years ago, this place is full of history, like a Greek Pompeii.
Perissa is a lively resort in the south-east of the island and is known for its beautiful long volcanic sandy beach. During the day, enjoy a moment of relaxation under the sun by the azure sea, and in the evening, stroll into town and stop at a small local restaurant or bar to party the night away.
Located on the east side of the island, Kamari is a charming resort with a 2km long volcanic rock beach. The well-equipped beach offers a wide range of leisure activities and water sports, as well as many shops, bars and restaurants in the area. Ancient Thera is also nearby and well worth a visit, these ancient ruins are a beautiful heritage site and a must see.
Perched on top of a cliff, this small and peaceful village is located right next to the capital. Less touristy than the capital, Imerovigli will seduce you with its picturesque charm and its fantastic setting offering a panoramic view of the caldera. Whether you are hiking to the Skaros Rock or simply strolling through the small shopping streets, this is an authentic place to discover.
The capital and most important town of Santorini, Fira dominates the caldera thanks to its privileged location on the heights of the island. Enjoy a breathtaking view of the white buildings contrasting with the blue of the sea and stroll through the narrow cobbled streets. There are many museums and cultural sites to visit, and the town is also a good starting point for visiting the rest of the island.