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Santorini Island

Santorini is located in the Cyclades Islands, known for it’s spectacular sunsets and volcanic beauty, idyllic whitewashed villages with blue-domed churches, perfect blue skies and the most incredible breath-taking views!  If you are looking for relaxation or a romantic getaway or cultural enrichment, Santorini has something for everyone.

 

Santorini Island Stay 4 days

Santorini, has clear waters, quaint villages, archaeological sites with coastline of dark sand found in Kamari and Perissa. A stay in Fira the capital, will offer spectacular views of the Caldera high above sea level surrounded by cliffs, whitewashed houses and amazing sunsets over the Aegean. However, the best sunsets can be found in Oia in the northern tip of the island offering views to remember for a lifetime. Definitely worth visiting for a few days!


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Santorini Island Stay 4 days

Santorini, has clear waters, quaint villages, archaeological sites with coastline of dark sand found in Kamari and Perissa. A stay in Fira the capital, will offer spectacular views of the Caldera high above sea level surrounded by cliffs, whitewashed houses and amazing sunsets over the Aegean. However, the best sunsets can be found in Oia in the northern tip of the island offering views to remember for a lifetime. Definitely worth visiting for a few days!

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General Information about Santorini

Akrotiri:   Littered with olive groves and vineyards the surrounding countryside is simply a feast for the senses.

Fira:  Perched on the edge of an impressive cliff 260 metres high and offers a great panorama over the submerged volcano.

Imerovigli:  Imerovigli village is the highest point of Santorini giving it panoramic views of the island and the blue domed churches.

Kamari:  Nestled in the back drop of Mesa Vouno, is located just 10 minutes from the airport, on the south eastern side of the island.

Oia:  The village of Oia perches on 700-foot high volcanic sea cliffs and is the second largest town in the island.

Perissa:   The village of Perissa is one of the most beautiful resorts on the island, and is popular for its dark, sandy beaches.

Perivolos:   The picturesque beach of Perivolos is ideally located in close proximity to Perissa which is a mere 3 kms away.

Pyrgos:   At the highest point of the island and only 8 kms from Fira, is situated Pyrgos. Ideal for those seeking history and culture.

Vlychada:  Set in the southern part of Santorini, Vlichada is a long black beach backed by dramatic white cliffs.

Firostefani:   Often seen as an extension to Fira, Firostefani boasts some of the most magnificent views over the caldera.

Foinika:   A traditional Greek village in northern Santorini nearby Oia.

 

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Time Zone:

GMT + 3 hours 

Temperature:
Average Temperature Mykonos
 
  ANNUAL    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC   
C 16.9 8.9 8.9 12.2 15 18.9 22.8 26.1 25 22.8 18.9 13.9 10
 
Average Temperature Santorini
 
  ANNUAL    JAN    FEB    MAR    APR    MAY    JUN    JUL    AUG    SEP    OCT    NOV    DEC   
C 17.8 11.7 11.7 12.8 15.6 18.9 22.8 25 24.4 22.8 18.9 16.1 13.3
Language:

The official language is Greek, based on using the Greek alphabet. In the big cities and more touristic islands English is widely spoken. In small towns or local areas English is less spoken. Most street signs, and tourist areas are usually sign posted and places such as airports or ferry terminals, are usually written in Greek and English.

Tipping:

Some restaurants add a small service charge to the bill. Otherwise, a tip of roughly 10% is normal. Tipping to hotel porters, taxi drivers and restaurants is common.

Rounding up taxi fares is standard . Two or three euros is usual when tipping a hotel porter in the cities, however it’s appropriate to increase this in places such as Mykonos, or Santorini when porters are carrying bags up many steps.

Electricity:

In Greece the power plugs and sockets are of type C and F. The standard voltage is 230 V and the standard frequency is 50 Hz.

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