Enjoying Santorini in Greece could not be easier! An insiders guide to getting the most from Thira. resorts, luxury hotels, beaches, history, sunsets & much more…
Santorini is one of the 56 picture postcard perfect Greek islands known as the Cyclades.
Mykonos, Naxos and Paros are neighbouring Greek islands to this beautiful island known also as Thira. The Cyclades draws many visitors in the summer months with Thira being a popular destination especially for the cruise ships that travel the Aegean.
Santorini is understandably considered the most romantic of the Greek islands and seduces romantics old and new to its shores. With it's Oia sunsets, whitewashed villages, pretty blue domed churches, welcoming locals and views to die for you cannot but fail to fall in love with this Greek island.
It has become known as the Honeymoon Island and is the setting for weddings, anniversary celebrations and renewal of vow ceremonies. Many grooms and brides to be, honeymooners and old romantics enjoy a holiday vacation at the best luxury hotels.
We love Thira because it has so much to offer – whether you are a Greek Island 'virgin' or have visited many of the Greek Islands over many years – you won't be disappointed with this island.
We hope to share with you our love of Greece and this Greek island through this website and reveal some well-kept secrets too!
Like a glistening diamond, Thira has so many facets to it. Have a good look through our website and we're sure you'll find lots of fascinating facts and interesting information to help you plan your visit to this Greek island.
Our site is entirely independent and offers an unbiased view of all that Santorini promises. It's luxury hotels, it's wedding locations, it's beaches and holiday resorts, it's wineries and it's cuisine.
We hope to guide you in where to stay, where to eat, what to drink and where to visit to get the most from your time on this Greek island.
But it's not just the pretty picture postcard element that lures visitors to this mystical and magical Greek Island. It's association with the lost city of Atlantis, Minoan culture, explosive and volcanic history and its intriguing geology attract interest to this breathtakingly beautiful place.
Look on any map of Santorini and you won't find much to confuse you. There are just over a dozen villages on the 73 km² (28 mi²) tiny island. All year round local residents number just over 13,000 so you never feel crowded.
We're certain you'll love Greece and this special island as much as we do!
Our site is ever evolving as we add more pages when we can - so keep popping back!
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