The Santorinian landscape is absolutely stunning with its unusual and amazing beauty, with the white towns of Fira and Oia, contrasting with the black and violent volcanic rocks of the land. Then, the amazing color of the sea merging on the horizon with the blue Mediterranean sky is reflected on the domes of the churches. It is the most breathtaking sight of the Mediterranean islands, where dreams become reality.
Santorini (Thira) - the southern island of the Cyclades, with an area of 76 km square and a coastline of 70 km long. Many legends take place in this island, as it is called the "Lost Atlantis" or the "Pompeii of the Aegean". Around 1450 BC, as a result of powerful volcanic explosion, most of the island sank into the sea, shaping the island as warped crescent, with a steep cliff (altitude 300 m) in the western part and gently sloping beaches in the east. The narrow winding streets of the cities with the panoramic view of the crater will be a sight you will never forget.