What to do in Santorini

Visiting Fira Fira is the capital of the island and has great views to the volcano and to the sunset. Lots of restaurants, cafes, bars, museums, clubs, a cable car down to the Old Port, to choose from. For eating out, you may consider – Rastoni (on the Caldera) –[…]

Public Buses Information

Public buses have their base in capital Fira and run through a network of several destination in Santorini island: Fira, Pyrgos, Perissa, Kamari, Airport, Oia, Vlyhada, Faros, Akrotiri, Airport, port. The public buses company webpage is where you can find the detailed timetable of buses (check the services section)[…]

How to get to our hotel from the airport or from the port

How to arrive to Estate 1896 Suites If you are arriving via the airport, which is located about 5km away from our hotel, you have the following options for getting to our hotel: Use the public buses. You will find a bus outside the arrivals terminal, that will take you[…]

Where to eat in Pyrgos Village

Restaurants in Pyrgos Village When it comes to dining in Pyrgos Village, the options are numerous and can satisfy the most diverse food preferences, while, at the same time, give a flare of the local cuisine and local recipes. “Agaze” is our affiliated bistro and restaurant, where we also serve[…]

Pyrgos : the old Capital, the contemporary Gem

Built on top of a hill in the center of Santorini, Pyrgos village offers unique panoramic view all around the island up to the caldera to the village of Oia. This traditional village is located 8 kilometers south-east of Fira, and still retains the characteristics of the Venetian fortress. Pyrgos[…]

Santorini’s beaches

In Santorini you can find beaches for every taste! The crystal clear waters will accompany you along the entire perimeter of the island and the black sand will amaze you. The color of the sand of the beaches of Santorini will bewitch you with its colors ranging from white to[…]

Where to eat in Santorini

Santorini is not just made up of beaches and sea but it has a not indifferent culinary history. Trust me you’ll eat very well there. The Greek cuisine, based on the Mediterranean diet, is certainly closer to the Italian one (with some differences). Even in Greece we find dishes with[…]

Santorini’s Wines

Santorini is famous for its wines. After the volcanic eruption in 1650 BC, which has covered the island of lava, ash and pumice, perfect conditions were created for the production of a really distinctive wine. The main grape is Assyrtiko, from which it derives a superb wine for dry desserts.[…]