Explore Santorini

Whether it’s your first time on Santorini or you’ve lost count of how often you keep coming back, there’s always more to discover on this alluring island. Of course, you’ll know about Santorini’s superb wineries, volcano cruises, and cliffhanging restaurants. But we can direct you to the most exciting wine maker, the local fisherman who’ll take you along for the ride, and that out-of-the-way restaurant where the locals go to escape the crowds.
And then there are all the little secrets that most visitors miss: the mountain trails and hidden beaches, the wine bars and church festivals, the archipelago of unexplored islands nearby…
We’ll let you in on all our Santorini secrets — if you promise not to tell. 


Ringed by multi-coloured cliffs, Santorini’s caldera is actually a submerged volcanic crater. The best way to absorb the intense energy of this dramatic landscape is out on the water. Scramble up the floating crater, dive into underwater hot springs, have a barbeque on the desert island of Aspronisi, and marvel at the 360-degree views of Santorini from its sleepy little sister, Thirasia.
Whether you’re in the mood for a gentle glide on a traditional wooden boat, a whirlwind ride on a speedboat, or a leisurely cruise aboard a luxury catamaran, we have all Santorini’s best skippers on speed dial. 


Red, black, white, or grey. Santorini’s colourful beaches are one of a kind. With their wind-sculpted cliffs, teeming underwater life, and laidback beach bars, Santorini’s beaches will appeal to amateur geologists, budding marine biologists, and bona fide beach bums alike.  You may not find Atlantis while snorkelling around the sea caves and reefs, but there are lava formations, seagrass meadows, and shipwrecks to explore. 
From a low-key surf scene to the best seaside cocktails, we’ll make sure you find your Santorini beach tribe. 


Oia and Fira steal the limelight, but Santorini has many more charming villages where traditional life quietly goes on. Pyrgos is one of the prettiest villages on Santorini: a tangle of lanes that lead to a Venetian kastelli (castle) with 360-views. Medieval Emporio is another of our favourites: a fortified huddle of interlocking houses, whose external stairs and roofs are a paradise for parkour. From Messaria to Megalochori, Finikia to Akrotiri, Santorini’s villages reveal all kinds of hidden treasures — neoclassical mansions, ornate churches, humble kafenia shaded by hot pink bougainvillea.
The biggest challenge: mustering the momentum to venture beyond our own captivating village, Imerovigli


Santorini has produced fine wine for thousands of years. Now a new generation of winemakers are making waves with their exceptional vintages, best savoured with sunset views and inspired meze. Santorini’s mineral-rich terroir also yields the sweetest cherry tomatoes, succulent white aubergines, and famously nutty fava beans. We know where to go for the most addictive tomato fritters, the creamiest fava, and seafood straight from the owner’s fishing boat. Just tell us what you fancy, and we’ll book you the best table.
From wine tours and cooking classes to reservations at the hottest restaurants on Santorini, we have all your cravings covered. 


Santorini’s dramatic landscapes were created by a volcanic eruption that splintered the island and buried the Minoan city of Akrotiri under several metres of ash. This perfectly intact city, unearthed in 1967, is now an incredibly moving archaeological site. Some of the decorative wall paintings from Akrotiri’s houses are on display at the exquisite Museum of Prehistoric Thira. Elsewhere, you’ll find Venetian castles, secluded chapels, and splendid captain’s mansions that tell the tale of Santorini’s seafaring past.
We can introduce you to local archaeologists and expert guides who bring Santorini’s extraordinary history and culture to vivid life. 


At Remezzo, it’s tempting to lie back and do nothing but drink in the view (and perhaps a glass of wine or two). But Santorini is a natural playground for active adventures. Kayaking, paddleboarding, fishing, or scuba diving are novel ways to explore the caldera. Restless teens can let off steam at water-sports centres. Daredevils can try cliff-diving or rock climbing. Walking trails traverse the unspoiled hinterland, where you’ll find farmers, artisans, and the quiet side of Santorini.
You don’t necessarily have to work up a sweat to enjoy the scenery. Snorkelling in the sunken volcano, or a gentle stroll along the caldera, is an equally thrilling way to immerse yourself in Santorini’s otherworldly environment.
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