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Santorini Villages Tour with Pharos Lighthouse
Excursions & day trips

Santorini Villages Tour with Pharos Lighthouse

Picture-postcard Santorini is just around the corner on this half-day tour around the island. You'll find villages – big and small – beautiful scenery everywhere you look as well as history at Akrotiri excavation site and local flavours at a clifftop taverna.

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Sunset Cruise
Excursions & day trips

Sunset Cruise

Sunsets and Santorini go together like the Eiffel Tower and Paris. Come dusk, the skies over the island fill with swirls of red, gold and mauve, lighting up the caldera like nothing you've ever seen before. And this trip gives you front row seats for Mother Nature's display.

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Simply Santorini
Excursions & day trips

Simply Santorini

Some of Santorini's best sights are lined up in this afternoon trip. Highlights include the ancient village of Mesa Gonia, Pyrgos at the highest point on the island and beautiful Oia – one of the most photographed places in Greece and a great spot to catch the sunset.

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Santorini Volcanic Islands Cruise
Excursions & day trips

Santorini Volcanic Islands Cruise

The volcanic isles of the caldera are a must-see when in Santorini. On this full-day cruise, you'll climb aboard a wooden sailboat and glide to Nea Kameni, Palea Kameni and Thirassia – the three volcanic islets that breach from the water – and continue along the edge of the caldera.First up is Nea Kameni. Hike up to its crater, striding over solidified lava fields to see its steamy fumes. Take in the views over the harsh, moon-like landscapes and Santorini in the distance. Next, you'll cruise to the thermal springs of Palea Kameni, where you'll get the chance to swim in the mineral-rich waters, which can reach temperatures of 35 °C. There's also an eminently Instagrammable Orthodox chapel by the water's edge.Head onshore to explore Thirassia and you can take a walk around its active crater, or spend some time in the hilltop village of Manolas – the views are knockout. Then, it's back on the boat to cruise along the coast, returning to Athinios port.

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Santorini Day Tour with Sunset in Oia
Attractions & guided tours

Santorini Day Tour with Sunset in Oia

All of Santorini's top attractions share the limelight in this epic tour. You'll discover ancient Akrotiri and the volcanic Red Beach and black sand Perissa Beach. And you'll get to meander through the mazy alleys of Emporio village. Then visit the summit of Mt Profitis Ilias before a wine tasting at the Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum. Rounding off the day is sunset in Oia.

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Catamaran Cruise
Excursions & day trips

Catamaran Cruise

Santorini has been blessed with some striking scenery, and there's no better vantage point than on a cruise with uninterrupted views. You'll sail along the south coast to behold the sight of Nea Kameni volcanic islet with plenty of sunbathing, swimming and eating along the way as well as one cracking sunset on the way back.

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Santorini Wine Lovers Tour with Sunset
Excursions & day trips

Santorini Wine Lovers Tour with Sunset

A Santorini sunset experience with a difference, this tour kicks off with a tasting session at a family-run winery and gets better and better as afternoon turns into evening. Sample yet more local wines at Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum before sitting down at the Sun Spirit Cocktail Bar in Oia for the best views of the sun sinking into the sea.It all starts at the centuries-old, family-run Gavalas Winery in Megalochori. After a tour of the vineyards, an expert sommelier will line-up a selection of their finest wines for you to sip and savour, surrounded by sun-soaked scenery.Next, head to the Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum, where a local guide will introduce you to the history and traditions involved in the wine-making process. Then, it's time for Santorini's star turn – Oia. Perched on a clifftop, this hip-and-happening whitewashed village is home to the Sun Spirit Cocktail Bar – the perfect spot to catch a blazing Greek sunset.

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Santorini Small Group Photo Tour
Excursions & day trips

Santorini Small Group Photo Tour

Saying Santorini is easy-on-the-eye is an understatement – she's drop-dead gorgeous. Grab your camera and fill up your social media feed with a tour of the island's most scenic spots. And as group sizes are kept small, there'll be no jostling to get the best shots.Pick-up any picture of Greece and it's likely Santorini will be staring back at you. And for good reason, too – its skyline of whitewashed houses and blue-domed churches practically beg to be an Instagram post. You'll swing by Pyrgos first, the former capital. Snap a few selfies with sugar-cube houses, neo-classical mansions and narrow lanes twisting up to a Venetian castle which offers up knockout views. Peer through the natural rock-window known as the Heart of Santorini and grab wow-factor shots of the dinky chapel by the Aegean Sea. Finally, it's on to Oia – the place you'll see on all the postcards. Perched on a clifftop, the village serves up amazing vistas over the volcanic caldera.

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Small Group Santorini Catamaran Cruise
Excursions & day trips

Small Group Santorini Catamaran Cruise

Set sail along Santorini's south coast aboard this exclusive catamaran cruise. What's more, as the trip is limited to small groups only, you're guaranteed to have plenty of space to stretch out and sunbathe. You'll make waves towards the famous Nea Kameni volcano with swim stops and a tasty lunch along the way.Santorini has been blessed with some striking scenery, and there's no better vantage point than from the sea. Set off from Vlychada Port, and you'll have the south coast's red and white beaches, craggy coastline and volcanic scenery, to one side and the open sea to the other. There's plenty of space to sunbathe on deck, and once your captain reaches Nea Kameni, they'll drop anchor for you to cool off with a swim.Lunch is served on board, too, so all that's needed is for you to sit back and enjoy every moment. There's plenty of Instagrammable scenery to capture, and the journey back promises even more time to unwind.

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Caldera Cruise
Excursions & day trips

Caldera Cruise

Formed by a massive eruption 3,500 years ago, Santorini's caldera is one of the Med's greatest natural spectacles. On this morning cruise, you'll climb aboard a wooden sailboat and glide to Nea Kameni and Palea Kameni – the two volcanic islets that breach from the water – and continue along the edge of the caldera.

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Traditional Greek night with dinner and live music in Santorini
Excursions & day trips

Traditional Greek night with dinner and live music in Santorini

Book online a great traditional greek night with dinner and live music. See professional dancers and learn how to swing Greek-style.

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Guided e-bike tour in Santorini
Activities

Guided e-bike tour in Santorini

Explore Santorini while getting fresh Mediterranean air and exercise on an e-bike tour.

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Introducing Santorini

Santorini is one of the most popular destinations in Greece – and for good reason. Its cliff-perched villages of whitewashed homes and blue-domed churches overlooking a volcanic caldera enjoy front-row seats to one of the world’s most famous sunsets. From tours of archaeological excavations to family-run vineyards, there are many things to do and see in Santorini.

Top six things to do in Santorini

1. Explore the villages of Oia and Thira

A day trip to Thira, the capital of Santorini, is a must when visiting the island. Wandering down its narrow alleys of whitewashed houses and dinky Orthodox churches to the harbour at the bottom of the cliffs is a wonderfully atmospheric experience. Oia is another picture-postcard village. It’s famed for the kaleidoscopic sunsets that you can witness from its terraces and rooftops. If you’re feeling adventurous and have a craving for dramatic vistas, follow the 9km walking route between the two villages. It’s a blockbuster.

2. Take a boat trip around the island

Like any island, Santorini deserves to be explored by sea. A boat trip or catamaran cruise will give you an alternative view of its natural beauty. The caldera, formed by multiple volcanic eruptions, offers a spectacular setting with colourful rock formations, sea-plunging cliffs and whitewashed villages. And best of all, you’ll get to jump into the caldera for a swim. To admire the red-hued sunset that Santorini is world-famous for, book a late afternoon cruise.

3. Admire the Minoan excavations of Akrotiri

If you like history, then an excursion to Akrotiri ticks all the boxes. This archaeological site is often compared to Pompeii in Italy. It was a Minoan port city that was destroyed by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century BC. Its remains were discovered in 1867, and since then it has been one of the most important sites in Greece. The excavation is ongoing, and you can admire what has already been uncovered from the vantage point of wooden walkways. The fragile frescoes offer an invaluable window into ancient Greece.

4. Discover the volcanic Kameni Islands

Volcanic eruptions over the centuries caused part of the island to disappear below sea level, leaving a caldera of rugged islets. A boat trip around these islands is one of the most popular excursions in Santorini. On Nea Kameni, you can hike up to the volcano's crater while admiring the moon-like landscapes and views. While in Palea Kameni, you can swim in the mineral-rich waters with temperatures up to 35°C.

5. Relax on the most beautiful beaches of Santorini

Red beach, so-called because of the crimson rock in the background, is one of the most popular beaches in Santorini. It’s short and narrow, so get there early. Monolithos beach is ideal for families with young children. The water slopes down very gradually, so they can enjoy playing in the water. And if you want some action, try one of the many water activities such as jet-skiing, diving and stand-up paddle.

6. Visit the vineyards

Due to the special weather conditions and the volcanic soil, Santorini has some of Europe’s oldest vines – up to 150 years old. What’s more, the stems have a special shape. To protect the bunches of grapes from the strong wind and bright sun, they are woven into a kind of basket so that they remain close to the ground. These vineyards are among the most popular sights on Santorini. Visit the Argyros Estate or the Boutari vineyard to learn more about wine production followed by a tasting. In restaurants, keep an eye out for local dishes such as fava, a creamy purée made from yellow split peas, and apochti, an air-dried pork loin. And make sure to taste local honey and chlorotyri goat’s cheese. It’s unique to Santorini.