Hidden gems of Santorini

The mediaeval capital

The commanding conical rock of Skaros, visible from Fira and Imerovigli, is situated 330m above sea level. Here you will discover the mediaeval capital of Santorini. Within the Venetian castle you will find houses, temples and the former residences of the nobility. Climb to the top and the entire panorama of the caldera – from Oia to Fira – unfolds in front of your eyes.

A private sunset

If you prefer a quieter, more intimate experience, enjoy the sunset in Skaros at Imerovigli, in Kato Fira, or at the lighthouse of Akrotiri.

Scuba-diving in volcanic waters

Explore the mysterious depths of the Aegean: Cape Tripiti in Thirassia, the shipwreck at Taxiarchis, Palia Kameni, Adiavatis reef, the caves at Mesa Pigadia and the “Indian rock” in Akrotiri.

The taste of ancient vineyards

It’s time to invoke the spirit of Dionysus! Try the one-of-a-kind whites and reds of Santorini, especially the renowned Vinsanto from the volcanic vineyards that are over 3,200 years old.

Lessons in Santorini’s gastronomy

Enroll on one of the many culinary classes on offer and learn to make Santorini’s rich and varied delicacies, such as tomato patties, sfougato, melitinia and sweet koufeto.

One of the most beautiful and famous Greek islands invites you to unveil its secrets together. ce:

 

 

Source: www.discovergreece.com