Santorini, with its rugged Aegean beauty, is the most southern island the of the Cyclades. It is famed for its sunsets, wine and the turquoise sea that surrounds it. From its dramatic birth in the apocalyptic volcanic explosion of 1450 BC to the modern sugar cube villas hugging its sheer cliffs, Santorini (also known as Thira) is indisputably the most dramatic and breathtaking of all the Greek islands.
The following Villas are positioned near the entrance of Oia Village:
The following Villas are based near the Byzantine Castle Ruins, a renowned landmark to enjoy the sunset from, at the end of Oia Village: