Archipel Mansion Santorini is located to the northern highest point of Fira, the capital of the island, in the most unspoiled part of the old town, known as Fraggomahalas.
The property can be easily reached by car, being on the top of the caldera bay. The cable car, leading to the old port, is located at a walking distance of five minutes. Public parking area, free of charge, is available near the property.
The center of the city, where the central bus station, the taxi station and most clubs and commercial shops are located, lies in a ten minute walk by foot through the paved pedestrian streets.
A - must do - walk is towards Firostefani, following the “fridi”, the paved pathway that stretches along the top of the caldera, with a really special and an ever exciting sunset spot.
Before arriving to the “plateia” of Firostefani, you are passing by the Catholic church of Panagia from the yard of which you may stare at the ever changing view of the Santorini archipelago.
From Santorini Port
From Santorini Airport
The ‘high-speed’ hydrofoil from Piraeus usually runs between early May and mid-October and takes about five hours. The usual ferry takes about 10 hours to reach Santorini Island.
Santorini is very well connected to neighbouring islands such as Mykonos, Ios, Amorgos and Folegandros as well as more remote ones including Crete and Rhodes.
For further information about the boat connections please click here
Aegean Airlines and Ryanair fly to Santorini from Athens at least once a day all year round and offer a total of more than ten flights per day during high season.
Santorini is also serviced by a number of direct flights from European cities.