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Situated in Santorini, this pension is within 1 mi (2 km) of Museum of Prehistoric Thira and Santorini Caldera. Agios Nikolaos Monastery and Santorini Folklore Museum are also within 1 mile (2 km).
Situated in Santorini, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Plateia Theotokopoulou and Santorini Caldera. Santorini Folklore Museum and Museum of Prehistoric Thira are also within 5 minutes.
Located in the heart of Santorini, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Museum of Prehistoric Thira and Santorini Caldera. Plateia Theotokopoulou and Santorini Folklore Museum are also within 5 minutes.
Was für ein Hotel. Wir sind schon viel gereist, aber dieses Hotel toppppt ALLES! Ich habe mich wirklich wie eine Princess gefühlt:-). So eine familiäre Atmosphäre, solch ein aufmerksamer Service und vom Essen ganz zu schweigen. Die Hotelzimmer sind sehr geschmackvoll eingerichtet und der Blick aus ...
Staff around the pool are attentive, friendly and go out of their way to look after you. View from the room was disappointing as although this was a sunset sea view room, the balcony obstructed the view from a seated position or from the plunge pool.
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Situated near the beach, this luxury hotel is steps away from Maritime Museum, Santorini Caldera and Oia Castle. Naval Museum and The Famous Church in Oia Famous Photospot are also within 5 minutes.
Situated in Santorini Island's capital, Fira, the Petros M. Nomikos Conference Centre is easily accessible from all central Santorini hotels, and overlooks the volcano and caldera. It is a completely refurbished neo-classical mansion that can accommodate 200 participants. It is easy to get to, with frequent flights from Athens every 35 minutes.
Greeks love to eat and the Santorinians are no exception. Traditional Santorinian dishes include octopus, red snapper and calamari. Greeks take their time over food so join them and do not rush your meal. Try an outdoor dining experience at Selene in the village of Pyrgos. The restaurant has two premises, an upstairs restaurant and a cheaper downstairs bistro so it suits all pockets.
The island of Santorini, Greece, is an exciting place to shop. The main shopping centre is found in the capital of Fira but do not miss the town of Oia, which has art deco galleries and gold shops. In the summer, the shops are open late into the night.
Visit Akrotiri, a prehistoric city and archaeological site that used to hold up to 30,000 inhabitants in the seventeenth century B.C.E. For an unusual experience, lodge in a traditional cave house. Some of them are now exclusive villas where you can benefit from all the modern luxury you may wish for.
The island location and nature of Santorini determine what sports are most popular, with windsurfing, sailing and beach volleyball particularly prominent. Visiting the interior of the island on horseback is fun. If you feel a little less energetic, ride a donkey down to the old port from the capital.