Reshaped by volcanic activity, the rugged yet enchanting Santorini beckons all seafaring souls in the Aegean Sea.
Visitors to this breathtaking and romantic Cyclades archipelago will gaze at the whitewashed cubiform houses sitting cliffside and hovering over the water.
Santorini is technically an active volcano, and perhaps the only volcano on the planet with its crater situated in the sea. But don’t worry too much; the last eruption was 3600 years ago. Instead, couples and tourists should explore, taste the local wine, and lounge in the sun on black sand beaches. As the sun sets dramatically, visitors will find a taverna or bar and toast their impeccable taste in travel destinations.
Learn more about Santorini
Walking and taking a bus are the two primary ways to get around Santorini. KTEL buses go from Fira, the capital, to other towns on the island. Taxis are also available.
MUSEUM OF PREHISTORIC THIRA
See impressive artifacts from various archaeological digs of Santorini.
Dramatic cliffs are the backdrop of this sandy white beach.