Welcome to Santorini
Synonymous with the volcano and its rare beauty, Santorini is certainly the most photographed and famous island of Greece.
Thira, as it is also called, is considered one of the most popular destinations in the world, and each year visitors from every corner of the earth come to admire its attractions.
Santorini is located in the Aegean Sea and belongs to the Cyclades islands. Along with its two neighbouring islands, Thirassia and Aspronisi, are the only remains of Stroggyli, an ancient island, a large part of which was sank after a major volcanic eruption in the late 17th century BC.
Fira, Oia and Ammoudi, Imerovigli and Firostefani, and gorgeous villages such as Pyrgos and Megalohori, are just a small taste of the beautiful settlements that adorn this island.
Here you will find beaches for all tastes and budgets, a variety of entertainment choices, as well as thousands of images and landscapes that will surely remain etched in your memory. It is no coincidence that this island is a favorite destination of every bon viveur on the planet!
In Santorini you can come by boats departing from Rafina and Piraeus ports (if your base is Athens) and by airplane. Below you will find useful information for your trip to the island (and Greece in general) such as currency, weather, useful phone numbers, etc.