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Highlights in Santorini
- Quaint and chic villages
- Fabulous beaches
- Spectacular sunsets and views
- A wine paradise
- Great walking routes
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Santorini is a magical island with a special charm. Honeymooners will love this island for sure. Hands down Imerovigli is the perfect place to enjoy your honeymoon away from the crowds and still get a feeling of being in a paradise. If you are travelling with children, Kamari and Perissa beaches are the best area to enjoy lovely days at the beach and tons of eateries, shops and things to do. For good sunset views and great Caldera views, Oia is the right and chic place to stay. Lots of glamour in a tiny village with the most famous domes of all. Fira also has some views but it’s the right place for great nightlife during summer months.Fabulous rentals by the sea
Wake up every day to the sound of waves and get stunning morning views of the Aegean Sea from your private balcony. Unwind in the terrace and soak up the sun after a dip in the infinity pool. Let the sun in through the panoramic windows and enjoy a relaxed afternoon in the Mediterranian style decorated lounges. Light colours combined in a stylish way highlighting its particular seafront architecture, featuring white washed facades, blue domes and stone alleys.
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According to many, the Greek islands are full of charm. Santorini is washed by the Aegean Sea and has the privilege of being at the perfect location for the best world sunsets. Santorini’s pretty whitewashed towns are pictured thousands of times as well as the blue-domed churches and the steep-edged crater, known as the caldera. In chic Oia, the taverns overlooking the sea offer great cocktails and nibbles while admiring the shades of yellow, orange and red on the horizon. Fiira, the capital of the island is also worth a visit, where you will also get great views of the Aegean Sea as it is perched on top of the caldera ridge.Amazing beaches on the Cyclades Island
Santorini is an island that turns heads, as the traditional architecture catch the eye of every visitor as well as the cliffside villages and the romantic atmosphere. The island also offers great sunlounger-filled beaches on the east coast. The coastline on this side of the island is lined with black sand beaches and on the south coast, we can find the traveller’s favourite - dramatic Red Beach! We can’t deny the huge allure of this unique island. Is it in your bucket list already?
Travellers and activities
An island is not just about beaches, sun and sunsets. The island’s interior is dotted with vineyards and traditional little villages. Santorini’s lauded wines are the dry whites and the Visanto, an amber-coloured dessert wine. These wines are made of assyrtiko, an indigenous grape variety. Go for a wine tasting at a local vineyard, sample some nibbles and local produce while enjoying a great scenery. Santo Wines is one of the largest in the island and they offer short tours of the making process and a wine sampling from 6 to 16 wines, by the caldera edge. Raise a glass and cheers!Santorini for walking lovers
In and around the villages you can enjoy lovely walks. One obvious walk is from Fira to Oia, the scenic caldera edge pathway starting in Fira and heading north to Firostefani and Imerovigli. Continuing straight you will reach Oia but be aware this part of the trail is rougher beyond Imerovigli. This is a great 6 mile walk in one direction or 12 if you decide to walk all the way back. You can also opt for a combined hike and sailing tour and get a chance to soak in the thermal hot-springs at Palia Kamena. This is the Nea Kameni Volcano and hot spring route. For a more deserted place to explore, Thirasia is a neighbouring island full of natural splendor you can hike up the hill and get stunning views of the caldera and Santorini. Plan ahead, take plenty of water and wear the proper walking gear, especially in the summer and remember the best time to strike out is in the morning or in the evening.
Did you know Santorini’s former name was Kallístē, meaning “the most beautiful one”. Do you agree?
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If you love photography, Santorini has so many magical corners and places to be kept digitally. Take a photography tour with a small group of people with an experienced guide who will help you getting started with your new camera and will take you to the most amazing place where to take unique shots. Get your camera ready and enjoy the views.2. The seventh art under the stars
In Kamari you can experience a family-friendly experience. As the sun sets and the sky turns dark the open air cinema gets ready. Have a unique experience watching a film not at a usual cinema but under the stars. Grab a few snacks and drinks at the bar and get ready to enjoy the film. All the movies are in English with Greek subtitles. Get there one hour before the film starts and secure your seat. The spaces are limited and so are the parking spaces. Get yours!3. Dinner with a view
Either if you are travelling for your honeymoon or just having a relaxed weekend getaway you have to experience a nice dinner with the best views of the caldera. You will find many restaurants facing the fabulous sea offering nice food, that will taste even better once you enjoy it from a privileged position. The Athenian House is a sure bet! Traditional Mediterranean fine foods with new cooking technologies that transform those traditional recipes into modern delicacies. Get a memorable gastronomic bite.4. Take a dip into the caldera
The island of Nea Kameni, known as the Santorini volcano is a volcanic island in the impressive Santorini caldera. The warm waters surrounding it are at a fabulous temperature, known also for their therapeutic benefits because of the iron and manganese in them. Take a boat ride from Fira and enjoy a nice swim in the hot springs5. Tour the quaint little villages
Use your own car or book a guided tour of the nice villages around the island. Walk and get lost in the tangle alleyways and discover magic little towns full of charm. Explore the little artisanal shops, the churches, the main squares, hidden paths and beautiful beaches. There are lots of spots for a good pic so get your camera always with you. In ancient Thera you will not see a village but Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine ruins and spectacular views when you get to the top.
FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Santorini
Considering the average price of £270.83 per night, Santorinilies at theupper end of the price range for holiday lettings in Greece.
If you would like to save as much as posisble during your visit to Santorini, book to go there in February (£209.32 per night on average), March (£220.72), or January (£229.93) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2019, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of August (£374.66), July (£331.97), and September (£318.5).
If you decide to discover Santorini, we suggest organising your holiday long before you go because it is usually very high in demand, with an annual average occupation of 62% in the year 2019.
The months when it's the easiest to find available accommodation in Santorini are May (the average amount of properties that are available reached 54.5% of the total in 2019), April (54.25%), and June (51.4%).
The accommodations in Santorini reach their peak in demand in December, with an availability rate of 23.5%. The second most requested month is August, with 23.6%, and third is January with 25.25%.
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