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Perched on the lip of a volcano and freckled with white-washed towns, luxury Santorini holidays make for a gorgeous short haul retreat with your loved one or family. One of the idyllic Cyclades Islands in Greece, located in the heart of the Aegean Sea, holidays to Santorini are loved for their laid-back atmosphere, with calm clifftop villages rich in colour and contrast.

 

The two principle resorts of Fira and Oia offer a romantic stay on the clifftop, complete with iconic blue-domed churches clinging to the steep slopes of the caldera, museums, shops and a fantastic selection of bars and restaurants. 

 

The list of things to do in Santorini for couples, friends and families are vast. Relax on the dark, Blue Flag Kamari Beach which hosts an array of watersports, beach bars and waterfront restaurants, wander the streets of ancient Thira, which boasts a blend of St. Tropez-style boutiques and impressive Byzantine ruins, or attend the famous annual Jazz Festival for an artistic afternoon. 

 

Combining beautiful beaches, stunning scenery, some of the world's best wine and incredible clifftop eateries - Santorini holidays make for an enchanting escape.

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Places to go and things to do in Santorini

 History & Culture

 History & Culture

Santorini, ike the whole of Greece has thousands of years worth of history to uncover.

Located in the south west of the island, the ruins of Akrotiri date back to the Bronze Age and are widely considered to be one of the most important archaeological digs in the world. They were discovered in the mid-19th century, where the buildings are still being unearthed today. Around 40 buildings have been excavated, which once made up the Minoan town before it was buried in volcanic ash.

Pretty Emporio village is the largest on the island and is famous for its windmills and iconic blue-domed churches. Overlooking the sweeping beaches of Perissa and Perivolos, visitors can roam its cobbled streets and explore its old castle, spired churches and pretty squares.

Amazing Views

Santorini is perhaps most famous for its astonishing views. It you want some Insta-ready snaps, you will not be disappointed.

Catch a cable car linking the coast to the clifftop village of Fira. The views on the ascent are absolutely breath-taking, so have your camera on hand to take photos of the rugged coastline, pretty bays and azure sea below. 

Santorini sees some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. Head to the stunning town of Oia for the best views.

As the rays bathe the town’s iconic whitewashed buildings in a molten orange glow, make sure you have your camera ready for some Instagram-worthy holiday selfies.

Marvel at the towering cliffs and the daredevil locals who jump off them into the clear azure waters at Amoudi Bay. A beautiful stop for a leisurely lunch, Amoudi is encircled by burnt orange cliffs. Try the fresh local catch of the day grilled on open coals at one of the traditional tavernas and then take a dip in the cooling sea.

Luxury Activities

If you love a splash of luxury, Santorini has it by the bucketloads.

Enjoy some of the best views of the caldera (crater) and seascape and hike between the towns of Fira and Oia. Hiking trails in Santorini are excellent, with walks suitable for all abilities, they offer a great way of exploring the island’s magical coastline. 

Catch a boat tour from Old Fira and set out to explore the hot springs on the volcanic island of Nea Kameni. Said to have medicinal benefits, the water is enticingly warm. Here you can swim in the hot springs and even enjoy a therapeutic mud bath, reputed to help all kinds of ailments from rheumatism to arthritis.

Foodie Heaven

If you love your food and enjoy eating in stunning surroundings, something tells us you’ll love Santorini!

Santorini is heaven for foodies. Local cheeses, washed down with delicious, crisp white wines from the vineyards that dot the island’s hillsides, make for the perfect leisurely lunch.

The rather charmingly named Donkey Brewery in Santorini brews local beers or head to one of the island’s wineries to sample the wines made from the local white grape - Assyrtiko. Cheers!

Places to go and things to do in Santorini

 History & Culture

 History & Culture


Santorini, ike the whole of Greece has thousands of years worth of history to uncover.

Located in the south west of the island, the ruins of Akrotiri date back to the Bronze Age and are widely considered to be one of the most important archaeological digs in the world. They were discovered in the mid-19th century, where the buildings are still being unearthed today. Around 40 buildings have been excavated, which once made up the Minoan town before it was buried in volcanic ash.

Pretty Emporio village is the largest on the island and is famous for its windmills and iconic blue-domed churches. Overlooking the sweeping beaches of Perissa and Perivolos, visitors can roam its cobbled streets and explore its old castle, spired churches and pretty squares.

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Amazing Views

Amazing Views


Santorini is perhaps most famous for its astonishing views. It you want some Insta-ready snaps, you will not be disappointed.

Catch a cable car linking the coast to the clifftop village of Fira. The views on the ascent are absolutely breath-taking, so have your camera on hand to take photos of the rugged coastline, pretty bays and azure sea below. 

Santorini sees some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. Head to the stunning town of Oia for the best views.

As the rays bathe the town’s iconic whitewashed buildings in a molten orange glow, make sure you have your camera ready for some Instagram-worthy holiday selfies.

Marvel at the towering cliffs and the daredevil locals who jump off them into the clear azure waters at Amoudi Bay. A beautiful stop for a leisurely lunch, Amoudi is encircled by burnt orange cliffs. Try the fresh local catch of the day grilled on open coals at one of the traditional tavernas and then take a dip in the cooling sea.

Read More
Luxury Activities

Luxury Activities


If you love a splash of luxury, Santorini has it by the bucketloads.

Enjoy some of the best views of the caldera (crater) and seascape and hike between the towns of Fira and Oia. Hiking trails in Santorini are excellent, with walks suitable for all abilities, they offer a great way of exploring the island’s magical coastline. 

Catch a boat tour from Old Fira and set out to explore the hot springs on the volcanic island of Nea Kameni. Said to have medicinal benefits, the water is enticingly warm. Here you can swim in the hot springs and even enjoy a therapeutic mud bath, reputed to help all kinds of ailments from rheumatism to arthritis.

Read More
Foodie Heaven

Foodie Heaven


If you love your food and enjoy eating in stunning surroundings, something tells us you’ll love Santorini!

Santorini is heaven for foodies. Local cheeses, washed down with delicious, crisp white wines from the vineyards that dot the island’s hillsides, make for the perfect leisurely lunch.

The rather charmingly named Donkey Brewery in Santorini brews local beers or head to one of the island’s wineries to sample the wines made from the local white grape - Assyrtiko. Cheers!

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