ESCAPE YOUR WORLD | A dream destination: Santorini
You may have heard that in Santorini, you will enjoy the most impressive sunset of your life, and it is true. You will catch the sun sinking into the sea and feel the magic of the gold Greek sun mirroring at the crystal blue waters and colouring the volcanic cliffs pink and orange.
The stunning villages
With the view of the whole caldera, such as Oia, Firostefani Santorini and Fira Santorini, are the trademark of the island. Romantic and elegant create an amazing setting not only for the sunset but also for walking around the whole day. Oia is the ideal place to feel the aura of caldera, listen to jazz music in one of the wonderful cafés and bars, enjoy your dinner or lunch in luxury restaurants and understand the mystery of this place. Fira Santorini is your best choice to do both. Watch the magnificent view as well as have fun in the clubs of this settlement, which prove that not only Mykonos is a Greek island with vivid nightlife.
The beaches in Santorini
They are different than the golden sandy Greek beaches with the emerald waters. The geographical characteristics of the volcanic island, the extraordinary landscape and the caldera created an impressive setting with red and black colours. Red Beach (Santorini), Vlychada, Perissa Beach (Santorini), White Beach (Santorini) and Kamari Beach (Santorini) are beaches with wild natural beauty, which creates an outstanding scenery around the lunar coves.
Santorini has also a rich and long history, which makes it the dream travel destination for those, who love ancient history. It was the cradle of the Cycladic Neolithic civilisation, which has been destroyed by the eruption of the volcano around 1,650 B.C. In Fira Santorini, there are two significant museums, the Prehistoric Thera Museum, which presents the most important murals found at the prehistoric settlement of Akrotiri Minoan Site (Santorini), and the Archaeological Museum of Thera, which hosts statues and findings from the Archaic, Geometric, Hellenistic and Roman Periods. The archaeological site at is definitely worth a visit as it was constructed around 4,500 B.C. and was covered by ashes and lava due to the enormous volcanic eruption around 1,650 B.C., and thus, it was preserved intact through time.
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