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Santorini Travel Magazine
OIA VILLAGE. THE ORNAMENT OF SANTORINI GREECE.
Oia in Santorini is one of the most graphical and well known villages of the island. It is located at the north-west tip of Santorini, 11 km north of the island’s capital, Fira.
FINIKIA IN SANTORINI GREECE. THE UPRISING BEAUTY.
Finikia Santorini, is located only 2.5 km east of the center of Oia village. It is a small, quiet and one of the most beautiful villages in Santorini.
IMEROVIGLI. SHOULD I VISIT IT?
Imerovigli village on Santorini Greece is a quiet place. It has differentiated itself from Fira and Oia, the other two well-known cliff villages, in a couple of ways. Let’s start with a few general information. Imerovigli is built on the highest spot of caldera, 300m above sea level.
5 THINGS YOU HAVE TO DO BEFORE TRAVELING TO SANTORINI GREECE
Everyone of us may have a certain way of preparing for a vacation trip. But things do not always go by the book because every destination may have its tricks.
SECRETS OF SANTORINI WINE. THE MOST UNIQUE IN THE WORLD
When you hear the word “Santorini Greece”, there are two things that come to mind: the volcano, accompanied with the cliffs and the magnificent view, and of course the wine.
THINGS TO DO IN SANTORINI GREECE
Things to do in Santorini Greece, from where should we start? There are so many things you can do on our island. You will probably need more that 2 weeks to do and see all the things that Santorini offer.
EXPLORE 17 OF SANTORINI BEACHES
Santorini beaches.. A lot of Santorini visitors believe that there aren’t any, except the famous Red Beach. Wrong! At Santorini, probably the most spectacular...
HOW OUR ISLAND WAS CREATED. A QUICK STORY.
There is a tale claiming that Santorini was born from fire. And it’s true! The island you see today is an outcome of massive explosions that happened approximately in 1600 BC.
MUSEUMS ON THE ISLAND WITH GREAT HISTORY
Santorini is a place that will travel you in time. Since the time of Ancient Greece, Santorini played an important role both in the Aegean, as well as in all Mediterranean.