Santorini’s Akrotiri Excavations

Akrotiri was an ancient port city dating from the Bronze Age located to the south of the ancient island of Thera, now named Santorini. Destroyed by the eruption of the Santorini volcano in 1628 BC; just because the deposit of the volcanic ash on the city buildings, frescoes and creamics[…]

Oia and Around

Oia, Santorini Oia is the most beautiful and painted village in Santorini. Full of churches with blue domes, winding streets and the white houses that seems to be suspended in time which perfectly symbolize Greece and now belong to collective imagination. Built high on the edge of the caldera, Oia[…]

Nightlife in Santorini

Greece has always had a great reputation regarding its vibrant nightlife. In particular, the summer breeze, the colors of the sky at sunset, the sea and the desire to let yourself go recall the Greek islands. The excellence of holiday fun is here: in the Cyclades, which during the summer[…]

Santorini – a Brief History

Santorini is an island located in south of Aegean Sea with an area of approximately 73 km2. It’s the largest island of a small, archipelago which has the same name and is the remnant of a volcanic caldera. It’s part of the Cyclades group of islands. This island was partially gutted by an enormous[…]