Santorini, also known as Thira, is an island in the southern Aegean Sea, about 200km southeast of Greece's mainland. Santorini has been ranked as the world's top island destination in many travel magazines and sites, including the Travel+Leisure Magazine, the BBC and the US News.Santorini is famous for it's beaches, traditional whitewashed buildings, it's local cuisine and the romantic and breathtaking views it offers. The main town of Fira is perched atop cliffs overlooking a sunken volcano, the views are truly outstanding. On Santorini’s southeast coast, Perissa is a picturesque village dotted with whitewashed villas ,watersports portfolio, easygoing nightlife, and ancient sights. Kamari is an upmarket town on Santorini’s east coast that combines relaxed sophistication with old-school Greek charm.World-famous sunsets over the caldera make Santorini a destination for lovers and honeymoon-couples.   Most famous local specialities "fava",brantada,santorinio sfougato,melitinia(dessert) and also for it's wine industry, based on the indigenous grape variety,Assyrtiko .You can taste them all while enjoying the breathtaking site of the volcano or escaping  in the caldera, and what better way than feel the power of the island as you sense the aromas through the products of it's earth, cooked by a chef who realy loves it !

 Things to do !

1.Stay in a cave house.

Santorini has a very unique architecture.Yposkafa known as the cave houses used to be built from the poor in order to keep themselves safe from the gusty winds. Nowdays they have been turned by famous architectures into luxury and modern holiday resorts.

2.Experience Santorini's yacht journeys amd scuba diving.

Expert of organized sailing tours, excursions and romantic private cruises to the therapeutic waters of Santorini’s hot springs and the famous beaches of the enchanting island of Santorini in Greece .  
In Santorini while scuba diving you get the chance to see the distinctiveness of the bottom of this sea: the volcanic stones and the bottomless depth of the caldera. Take a chance to live this experience! 

3.Visiting Museums

Visiting the Museum of Prehistoric Thera and the Archaeological Museum is as if plunging into the long and rich history of the island. The Museum of Prehistoric Thera hosts the important findings that were brought into light with the excavations in Akrotiri.