Rocky land, high cliffs, blue roofed houses that resemble white cubes. This is probably the most famous  island of Cyclades for its spectacular sunset. 
The caldera and its vast curtain wall of multicoloured cliffs is truly awesome.  Santorini is famous for its spectacular sunsets. The village of Oia on the northern tip of the island is a hugely popular sunset viewing site because there is an uninterrupted view of the sun as it finally sinks below the horizon. From farther south down the caldera edge, the last of the setting sun can be obscured by the islands of Nea Kameni and Thirasia. 

  • Watch the flamboyant orange sun diving into the sapphire sea while you enjoy a private yacht sailing tour through the brilliant flooded caldera. 
  • Visit the archaeological site of Akrotiri and take a close look at the amazing findings of the ancient city, which was buried in ashes before the great Minoan eruption of the Volcano about 3.600 years ago. 
  • If you decide to make a short swim stop at the islet of Palaia Kameni you must know that the Hot Springs are considered to have healing powers.
  • Don’ t miss the charming village of Pyrgos, only a short walk away from the famous Venetian Castle.
  • A visit to a winery, so as to get acquainted with the traditional vine-cultivation and wine-making, and try some of the wines of the island is a unique experience you should not miss.
  • Taste Caper, Santorinian small tomato, White eggplant and Fava over a glass of local Vinsanto wine.