Santorini Island Guide & Recommendations
Wander through the cliff top picturesque white villages from Fira through Firo Stefani towards Imerovigli through the cobbled streets and restaurants along the highest spot of the Caldera with fabulous views to the caldera volcano.
Oia hosts magnificent sunsets from its square which overlooks the sea and hosts a selection of art galleries on its cobbled roads. Directly below are the beaches of Ammoundi and Armeni and across the island you can see Fira, and enjoy fresh fish in the evenings.
Megalohori is a cobbled stoned ancient village with local church and ancient houses, it is the home to many of the vineyards and wineries.
Ambrosia, Oia, Tel +30 22860 71413
Dine in a cosy candlelit setting on the cobbled lane by the sunset spot
1800, Oia, Tel +30 2286071485
An establishment, set in a palatial building on Oia’s main cobbled lane with outdoor and indoor dining
Papagalos, Oia, Tel +30 22860 71469
Modern cuisine amongst fairy lights on Oia’s main cobbled road
Selene, Fira, Tel +30 22860 22249
Stunning cliff top location serving traditional Greek modern food
Skaros, Imerovigli, Tel +30 22860 23616
Cliff top traditional Greek fish tavern, ideal for relaxed lunch & dinner
Lunch on the Beach
Seaside Lounge by Notos, St George Beach, Tel:+30 22860 82801
Salads and fish by the black larva beach owned by Vedema Resort
Perissa: One of the most popular beaches with black lava sand and clear deep blue sea
Perivolas: Black sand and beach tavernas
Vlihada: Long black beach with yellow weathered cliffs for those wanting to avoid crowds
Kamari: A 14km beach which is popular and can get overcrowded in summer
Red Beach: Breathtaking setting with red lava rocks which drop to the black sandy shore
White Beach: Only accessible by boat