In Emporio is the most well-preserved Kasteli of the island - Goulas. Large village and commercial center of the island, in Emporio you will take walks in the evocative narrow streets of Kastelli. An ideal stop after your swim at the nearby beaches of Perivolos, Perissa and Vlychada.
Thirasia or Thirasia, belongs to the island complex of Santorini (it also includes the island of the same name and Aspronisi) and is located opposite the magnificent Oia, at a distance of about one mile. Its physiognomy is mainly composed of the imposing natural relief with the impressive geological formations, the examples of unchanged folk architecture in the houses and churches, the settlement of Manolas with its authentic traditional color, the picturesque coastline of Corfu with its traditional taverns, that welcome excursionists from Santorini.
It has an area of 9,246 sq. km. and a population of 319 inhabitants during the 2011 census. According to the Kallikratis Program, it administratively belongs to the Municipality of Thira. The capital of the island is Manolas and its port is Riva.
Visitors to Thirasia are impressed by the magnificent view of Santorini, Palaia and Nea Kameni, as well as by the hospitable disposition of the residents.
Megalochori is a village where tranquility prevails. Great atmosphere, well-preserved houses, churches and squares make the walk wonderful, while you get a chance to see the Santorini of olden times.
The village is built in and around the castle walls and is worth a stroll to see the mansions, churches, try local flavors in the restaurants and traditional cafes, and buy local products at the Santorini Cooperatives Union. At the top is the Monastery of Prophet Ilias where a church museum operates, while the panoramic view is unique.
In the village of Akrotiri is the archaeological site, as well as the Red Beach and its castle. The picturesque tavernas by the sea complement your visit to the village in a delicious way.
One of the most beautiful villages of Santorini and the first settlement to be declared preserved in Greece. Unique architecture with captains' houses and caves overlooking the caldera, picturesque streets, many shops and restaurants, Oia is a must visit for everyone to feel the magic of Santorini.
Imerovigli is famous for its privileged position on the caldera which provides a unique view. Many options for accommodation and walks in its picturesque narrows, always having the caldera by your side, make the passage from Imerovigli a unique experience.
It is the natural extension of Fira and is a beautiful neighborhood with views of the caldera and many suggestions for dining.
Fira is the capital of the island of Santorini. All commercial traffic and administration of the island is concentrated here. Built on the edge of the caldera with a beautiful view of the volcano, the sea and the archipelago of Santorini, you will take walks in the picturesque narrow streets, you will visit the museums, while in the restaurants and cafes you will have the opportunity to taste the flavors of the island. You will also find many options for shopping and nightlife.