Santorini is an island in the southern Aegean Sea, about 200 km (120 miles) southeast of Greece’s mainland. It is the largest island of a small, circular archipelago which bears the same name and is the remnant of a volcanic caldera. Santorini is essentially what remains after an enormous volcanic eruption that destroyed the earliest settlements on a formerly single island, and created the current geological caldera.
Widely known for its unique geologic formation, this island has an incredible experience to offer due to the amazing volcano views, the unique volcanic sand beaches and the steep downward slopes that lead to the Aegean sea. Being one of the most often-visited islands of the world, Santorini is able to satisfy the needs of all its visitors and guarantee to justify their expectations before their trip to the island. As heard, Santorini has the undisputed right to speak proudly about its inhabitants as being great hosts and contribute in an unforgettable way in order to make the visitors’ stay as comfortable as possible.
Once you choose Santorini as the destination of your holidays, it is more than certain that someday you will return in order to live this experience again. As this occurs to every destination, make sure to arrange as many activities as possible prior to your trip in order to live the island to the maximum. Do not hesitate to ask the locals for information about what choices you have in terms of food, excursions, visits and places. Mostly noted are the breath-taking sunset views from Oia and Imerovigli, boat trips to the volcano, amazing restaurants with domestic delicacies, unique volcano-sand beaches, house architecture, visits to the wine industry, pop culture museums, christian-orthodox churches, walks in the picturesque stone-paved alleys and even donkey rides to the high crests of the island.
Santorini’s best advertisement is that during the past years, many of its visitors have decided to invest in land property and even choose the island as their place to stay for the rest of their lives. This hospitable and blessed island is more than generous to its visitors and it is proven to be able to host families, friends, couples and singles.