The spectacular Santorini shines like a dazzling gem in the blue waters of the Aegean Sea. Formed by a group of Cyclades islands, Santorini itself is located in a place submerged by a volcano and is wonderful for the caldera that gives the island a different shape. Life on the island itself is a pure luxury; with infinity pools, private Cliffside suites and secluded villas hidden away on your honeymoon create a cozy atmosphere full of divine decadence.
The island has a deep culture and history, and its settlements are made up of villages with different architecture and developments and their own unique charm. The love of Santorini shows the excellent character of its sunsets; as the sun sinks it illuminates the ocean and illuminates the boiler, a spectacle that attracts thousands of visitors every day.
Santorini is a luxury destination: some places to stay in Santorini are incredibly prosperous and provide a glitterati of elegant visitors from all over the world. Whatever the budget, a traveler who comes to the shores of Santorini will enjoy the evening in awe as the sky changes color and enjoys the curiosities of a Greek holiday shelter. Spend your days on the island with delicious dining and lying on your private terrace, amidst the puzzles of white Greek block buildings, while the sun washes over you and you enjoy the enjoyment of life in Santorini.
Spend delicious evenings in Fira, the largest town on the island and in the heart of Santorini. With so many restaurants, bars and nightclubs, Fira is a must-see if you want to party until dawn in Santorini and spend days exploring the island and exploring the town’s many shops in the shade of the beautiful. the volcano in the distance.
The fair is the perfect place to focus on exploring everything Santorini has to offer. All bus routes that cross the island start and end in the village, which means you can travel all over the island. If you don’t like taking the bus, it’s easy to skate or rent your car and travel at your own pace. Hotels in the town of Fira are more expensive than the neighboring towns but there are plenty of accommodation options to choose from.
Close to the fair, Imerovigli is a quiet and peaceful place for dream honeymooners. The town is one of the most expensive places to stay on the island, but with wonderful views of the caldera lake and a luxurious nest of love hidden away, it offers the perfect slice of secluded Santorini.
The charming town doesn’t have a beach, but it has a huge range of 4 and 5 star hotels to choose from, many with beautifully designed private suites, some of which are tucked into the cliff and have views of the volcano. From Imerovigli it is easy to get to the surrounding villages; many hotels offer a free bus, although local buses also connect to the busy Fira.
Kamari is cheaper than the villages overlooking the caldera, but what is missing in the famous views makes up for the beautiful beach. If you are visiting Santorini with children, being in Kamari is a great location. Good villages for families are the sandy beach with its small bars and restaurants, supermarkets and shops, as well as long days spent playing on the beach and evenings with your family.
This is a place to stay in Santorini if your budget is a bit tight and the best hotel rooms tend to be outside during the peak summer season. With most accommodations within easy walking distance to the beach, there is no need to take a bus or taxi to reach the water as in other towns on the island.