Ταξιδιωτικός οδηγός του/της Danai

Danai
Ταξιδιωτικός οδηγός του/της Danai

Beach Restaurant

It is located in one of the most beautiful beaches of the island. You can visit it for swimming, lunch, dinner or just for a drink at the lounge bar. I recommend to try sushi menu.
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Seaside Santorini
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It is located in one of the most beautiful beaches of the island. You can visit it for swimming, lunch, dinner or just for a drink at the lounge bar. I recommend to try sushi menu.
One of the most beautiful beach bars in Santorini is located on the beach of Perivolos
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Wet Stories
Unnamed Road
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One of the most beautiful beach bars in Santorini is located on the beach of Perivolos
Dining experience, enchanting music, yoga, meditation, all on the beautiful beach of exo gialos.
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Yalos
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Dining experience, enchanting music, yoga, meditation, all on the beautiful beach of exo gialos.

Food

A restaurant with amazing seafood and a menu which is based on local products and greek cuisine.
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To Psaraki
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A restaurant with amazing seafood and a menu which is based on local products and greek cuisine.
A traditional cafe that has added food menu to the past few years. You can also visit it for breakfast or just a drink after a walk in the Pyrgos village.
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Kantouni
Eparchiaki Odos Pirgou Kallistis - Profiti Ilia
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A traditional cafe that has added food menu to the past few years. You can also visit it for breakfast or just a drink after a walk in the Pyrgos village.
A warm and friendly greek restaurant where a lot of locals eat. I suggest you book in advance because is quite difficult to find a table for dinner in high season.
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To Pinakio
Eparchiaki Odos Mesarias-Archeas Thiras
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A warm and friendly greek restaurant where a lot of locals eat. I suggest you book in advance because is quite difficult to find a table for dinner in high season.
Quality Mediterranean cuisine , with a special playground for the kids.
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Fistikies
Makedonias
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Quality Mediterranean cuisine , with a special playground for the kids.
Traditional dishes with a modern twist.
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Lefkes Santorini
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Traditional dishes with a modern twist.
Under the red cliffs of Oia, in an idyllic cove that seems forgotten in time, Sunset tavern by Paraskevas serves some of the most tantalizing traditional dishes of Santorini.
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Sunset in Ammoudi
Unnamed Road
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Under the red cliffs of Oia, in an idyllic cove that seems forgotten in time, Sunset tavern by Paraskevas serves some of the most tantalizing traditional dishes of Santorini.
Aktaion Restaurant has been at the foundation of Santorinian gastronomy for close to a century! Three generations of restauranteurs praising the unique products of this amazing island through tastes and flavours that mesmerize your palate in the most delightful way!
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Aktaion Restaurant
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Aktaion Restaurant has been at the foundation of Santorinian gastronomy for close to a century! Three generations of restauranteurs praising the unique products of this amazing island through tastes and flavours that mesmerize your palate in the most delightful way!
Traditional Cretan cuisine
Pentozali
Traditional Cretan cuisine

Sightseeing

Santorini is a small Island located at the south Aegean Sea, nowadays the island is what remains after an enormous volcanic eruption that destroyed the earliest settlements on a formerly single island, and created the current geological caldera.Apart from the breathtaking views and the amazing sunsets Santorini is well known for the local wines. Also hosts the incredible “Excavations” of Akrotiri, the ruins of Ancient Thera and the museums of Ancient and Prehistorical Thera.
The Bronze Age settlement of Akrotiri was one of the most important Minoan urban centres and ports in the Aegean sea when it was covered by volcanic ash in the 17th century BC. Today the site is covered by a bioclimatic roof and walkways are suspended above the archeological remains , that allows visitors to walk among the two and three-storey buildings.
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Akrotiri
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The Bronze Age settlement of Akrotiri was one of the most important Minoan urban centres and ports in the Aegean sea when it was covered by volcanic ash in the 17th century BC. Today the site is covered by a bioclimatic roof and walkways are suspended above the archeological remains , that allows visitors to walk among the two and three-storey buildings.
Ancient Thera is located on the top of Mesa Vouno Mountain which lies on the east of Prophet Elias Mountain and separates the coastal villages of Perissa and Kamari. It is about 365 meters high and so it constitutes an excellent observation spot on the southeastern Aegean Sea and its steep slopes offer natural fortification.Two cemeteries, a theatre, markets, pagan temples, Christian churches, baths and more public buildings have also been discovered and indicate a sophisticated society where religion played an important role.
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Santorini Dream Cars
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Ancient Thera is located on the top of Mesa Vouno Mountain which lies on the east of Prophet Elias Mountain and separates the coastal villages of Perissa and Kamari. It is about 365 meters high and so it constitutes an excellent observation spot on the southeastern Aegean Sea and its steep slopes offer natural fortification.Two cemeteries, a theatre, markets, pagan temples, Christian churches, baths and more public buildings have also been discovered and indicate a sophisticated society where religion played an important role.
The Prehistoric Thera Museum can be considered an extension of the archaeological site of Akrotiri, where visitors can walk through the amazing, well-preserved prehistoric city, since it hosts many artifacts from there and, most importantly, the frescoes, the impressive mural paintings.
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Musée préhistorique de Théra
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The Prehistoric Thera Museum can be considered an extension of the archaeological site of Akrotiri, where visitors can walk through the amazing, well-preserved prehistoric city, since it hosts many artifacts from there and, most importantly, the frescoes, the impressive mural paintings.

Wine Tasting, Wine Tour

Wine has been produced in Santorini since ancient times, but it was during the Middle Ages that the wine of Santorini became famous worldwide under the influence of the Republic of Venice. The island of Santorini is most famously known for its indigenous white grape varieties Assyrtiko, Athiri and Aidani, though some wines made from international varieties and also from indigenous red grapes such as Mandilaria and Mavrotragano can be found.
Estate Argyros established in 1903 and their wines based on the indigenous varieties of Santorini, such as Assyrtiko, Aidani and Mavrotragano. You can combine your visit to the esteate with a walk in the Episkopi Gonias village. It is about 20 min walk.
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Argyros
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Estate Argyros established in 1903 and their wines based on the indigenous varieties of Santorini, such as Assyrtiko, Aidani and Mavrotragano. You can combine your visit to the esteate with a walk in the Episkopi Gonias village. It is about 20 min walk.
If you have passion for great wine, join a tour of the winery. You’ll get a first-hand look at the inner workings of winery and the fascinating process of going from vine to wine. Then take a trip down to the production area where the oenologists oversee the magical transformation which turns grape juice into wine. Finally, explore the cellar where the wines enter the final stage of slumbering in barrel or tank before they’re ready to be enjoyed.
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Vassaltis Vineyards
Περιφερειακή οδός
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If you have passion for great wine, join a tour of the winery. You’ll get a first-hand look at the inner workings of winery and the fascinating process of going from vine to wine. Then take a trip down to the production area where the oenologists oversee the magical transformation which turns grape juice into wine. Finally, explore the cellar where the wines enter the final stage of slumbering in barrel or tank before they’re ready to be enjoyed.
The Union of Santorini Cooperatives, SantoWines was founded in 1947. Today, it consists of the largest organization of the island representing all the cultivators and counting 1.200 active members. SantoWines is committed to safeguarding the local traditional cultivations , producing highest quality Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Santorini wines and products as well as promoting sustainable agriculture development.
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Santo Wines
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The Union of Santorini Cooperatives, SantoWines was founded in 1947. Today, it consists of the largest organization of the island representing all the cultivators and counting 1.200 active members. SantoWines is committed to safeguarding the local traditional cultivations , producing highest quality Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) Santorini wines and products as well as promoting sustainable agriculture development.

Activities

The Open Air Cinema Kamari continues since 1987 to offer visitors and locals unique evenings at the movies in an ideal environment.
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Open Air Cinema Kamari
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The Open Air Cinema Kamari continues since 1987 to offer visitors and locals unique evenings at the movies in an ideal environment.
The old tomato factory D. Nomikos in Vlychada was transformed in 2014 into a modern Industrial Museum to offer its visitors a flashback to the past, following the procedure of cultivation, processing and production of small-fruited tomatoes. The small-fruited Santorini tomato, a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) product since 2006, is one of the most famous and traditional products of Santorini.
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Santorini Arts Factory
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The old tomato factory D. Nomikos in Vlychada was transformed in 2014 into a modern Industrial Museum to offer its visitors a flashback to the past, following the procedure of cultivation, processing and production of small-fruited tomatoes. The small-fruited Santorini tomato, a Protected Designation of Origin (PDO) product since 2006, is one of the most famous and traditional products of Santorini.
Andreas Makaris was born in Athens in 1951. His father’s birthplace is Naxos where the whole family worked as potters and where Andreas had his first lessons at the potter’s wheel of his grandfather Christos. He graduated from the School of Ceramics in Athens and went on to teach pottery techniques in the same School for the next 6 years. Andreas Makaris’ work has won 5 awards at the Greek National Pottery Exhibition, that takes place in Athens every year. The artist lives and works in Santorini since 1985. Numerous times he came to the island and was pulled by its wild and strange beauty to set up home. Away from the streetful city of Athens, he is able to work more freely, inspired by the profuse light and the hidden mysteries of Santorini’s ancient past. He started experimenting with the replication of prehistoric Cycladic pottery and he has refined the technique to produce exact, full-scale reproductions of ancient theraic vessels. At the same time his work often combines contemporary ideas with traditional techniques.
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EARTH and WATER
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Andreas Makaris was born in Athens in 1951. His father’s birthplace is Naxos where the whole family worked as potters and where Andreas had his first lessons at the potter’s wheel of his grandfather Christos. He graduated from the School of Ceramics in Athens and went on to teach pottery techniques in the same School for the next 6 years. Andreas Makaris’ work has won 5 awards at the Greek National Pottery Exhibition, that takes place in Athens every year. The artist lives and works in Santorini since 1985. Numerous times he came to the island and was pulled by its wild and strange beauty to set up home. Away from the streetful city of Athens, he is able to work more freely, inspired by the profuse light and the hidden mysteries of Santorini’s ancient past. He started experimenting with the replication of prehistoric Cycladic pottery and he has refined the technique to produce exact, full-scale reproductions of ancient theraic vessels. At the same time his work often combines contemporary ideas with traditional techniques.
Atlantis is the most famous mythological island of all times. It was considered to be an utopia. Its impact in literature and the arts is prominent through the centuries. The Lost Atlantis experience museum was created in Santorini, one of the alleged location of mythological island of Atlantis. The experience is situated in a unique building that spans 700 sqm (7,500 sq ft), near the village of Megalohori. The Lost Atlantis experience is a private initiative, that promotes Greek heritage, culture and mythology.
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Lost Atlantis Experience
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Atlantis is the most famous mythological island of all times. It was considered to be an utopia. Its impact in literature and the arts is prominent through the centuries. The Lost Atlantis experience museum was created in Santorini, one of the alleged location of mythological island of Atlantis. The experience is situated in a unique building that spans 700 sqm (7,500 sq ft), near the village of Megalohori. The Lost Atlantis experience is a private initiative, that promotes Greek heritage, culture and mythology.
Symposion is a cultural center that hosts a broad range of activities and performances inspired by the nine muses of the arts. Symposion is owned and operated by Argy Kakissis (Managing Director) and Yannis Pantazis (Musical Director/Musician/Instrument Artisan), who envision an immersive experience of music, art and mythology for their guests.
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Symposion by La Ponta | Music and Mythology | Santorini
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Symposion is a cultural center that hosts a broad range of activities and performances inspired by the nine muses of the arts. Symposion is owned and operated by Argy Kakissis (Managing Director) and Yannis Pantazis (Musical Director/Musician/Instrument Artisan), who envision an immersive experience of music, art and mythology for their guests.

Nightlife

Its meat-hooks above the entrance attest to its name, having been a butcher’s shop for many years. It is open almost 24 hours a day, from early morning for coffee, sandwiches and sweet treats, until late at night for drinks, music and dancing, to suit all tastes.
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Hassapiko
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Its meat-hooks above the entrance attest to its name, having been a butcher’s shop for many years. It is open almost 24 hours a day, from early morning for coffee, sandwiches and sweet treats, until late at night for drinks, music and dancing, to suit all tastes.
Cocktail bar with an extraordinary view
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Bar To Navagio
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Cocktail bar with an extraordinary view
All day bar & bistro in the graphic village of Akrotiri
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Akrothiri (Bistro Cafe & Cocktail Bar)
Πλατεία Ακρωτηρίου
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All day bar & bistro in the graphic village of Akrotiri

Neighborhoods

Emporio is a wonderful settlement of Santorini, located in a distance of 10 kilometers from the capital Fira. Its name reveals its former significance for the island, since it used to be the commercial center of Santorini for a long time. Emporio or else Nimporio may not be the capital, but it is still the largest village in the south. Right in the midst of the settlement, kastelli is a landmark not to be missed. Kastelli means castle and is of Latin origin. In the village, travelers will find structures that resemble castles and constitute the most powerful protection of the islanders against the enemy. In avoidance of threats and dangers from the outside world, the people inhabiting Emporio were driven towards creating such structures. They included all the houses of the settlement and featured high walls to keep them out of sight. Through the castles, it was nearly impossible for anyone to enter without the islanders knowing it.
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Kastelli
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Emporio is a wonderful settlement of Santorini, located in a distance of 10 kilometers from the capital Fira. Its name reveals its former significance for the island, since it used to be the commercial center of Santorini for a long time. Emporio or else Nimporio may not be the capital, but it is still the largest village in the south. Right in the midst of the settlement, kastelli is a landmark not to be missed. Kastelli means castle and is of Latin origin. In the village, travelers will find structures that resemble castles and constitute the most powerful protection of the islanders against the enemy. In avoidance of threats and dangers from the outside world, the people inhabiting Emporio were driven towards creating such structures. They included all the houses of the settlement and featured high walls to keep them out of sight. Through the castles, it was nearly impossible for anyone to enter without the islanders knowing it.
Santorini Skaros Rock: Skaros is a rocky headland that protrudes out to the azure blue Aegean Sea. It is located in front of the village of Imerovigli. In the earlier days, a majestic castle was located here and used to be the principal place of the Christian congregation in Santorini, till the beginning of the 1800s. Unfortunately, the castle was completely ruined during an earthquake in the 19th century and all that remains today are remnants of the castle. Legend has it that the medieval castle of Skaros was never conquered during its long 600 years of existence.
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Imerovigli
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Santorini Skaros Rock: Skaros is a rocky headland that protrudes out to the azure blue Aegean Sea. It is located in front of the village of Imerovigli. In the earlier days, a majestic castle was located here and used to be the principal place of the Christian congregation in Santorini, till the beginning of the 1800s. Unfortunately, the castle was completely ruined during an earthquake in the 19th century and all that remains today are remnants of the castle. Legend has it that the medieval castle of Skaros was never conquered during its long 600 years of existence.
Episkopi Gonias,also Mesa Gonia is built on the foothills of Profitis Ilias mountain. It was almost entirely destroyed by an earthquake in 1956. As a result, most of its dwellers moved near the coast and built the village of Kamari. The village derives its name from Panagia Episkopi, a nearby 11th century Byzantine church which used to be the seat of the Orthodox diocese of Santorini.
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Episkopi Gonias
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Episkopi Gonias,also Mesa Gonia is built on the foothills of Profitis Ilias mountain. It was almost entirely destroyed by an earthquake in 1956. As a result, most of its dwellers moved near the coast and built the village of Kamari. The village derives its name from Panagia Episkopi, a nearby 11th century Byzantine church which used to be the seat of the Orthodox diocese of Santorini.
Pyrgos is built amphitheatrically on a hill that offers magnificent views of Santorini in almost all directions. On top of this hill remain the ruins of a Venetian castle (Kasteli) that was once the island's administrative center. Pyrgos is a typical example of medieval architecture with narrow, labyrinthine streets, fortified walls and hidden passages.
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Pyrgos Kallistis
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Pyrgos is built amphitheatrically on a hill that offers magnificent views of Santorini in almost all directions. On top of this hill remain the ruins of a Venetian castle (Kasteli) that was once the island's administrative center. Pyrgos is a typical example of medieval architecture with narrow, labyrinthine streets, fortified walls and hidden passages.
Taking a boat trip to Thirasia island, in the middle of the caldera, is like travelling to Santorini when it was still a rough diamond awaiting discovery.
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Manolas
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Taking a boat trip to Thirasia island, in the middle of the caldera, is like travelling to Santorini when it was still a rough diamond awaiting discovery.