Santorini is the southernmost island in the Cyclades and is located between Ios and Anafi.


Renowned for its spectacular caldera, a creation of the extremely powerful volcanic eruption during the prehistoric era 3,000 years ago, this island has fascinated visitors and voyagers down the centuries. The warm springs between Nea and Palea Kammeni are the proof that the volcano retains some activity. This geological catastrophe in history brought about the complete preservation of the prehistoric village at Akrotiri area which is worth a visit.


The steep cliffs, the carefully sited houses at the edge of the rocks and cliffs all combine with the hues of the horizon at sunset, affirming Santorini once again as the most romantic spot on earth.