Visit the most famous places of Santorini such as Oia, Pyrgos village, Fira, Imerovigli, avoiding crowded streets and skipping waiting lines.
Have a walking tour to Oia to admire the unique traditional architectural design, with whitewashed houses and blue-domed churches on craggy hillsides. Oia is considered one of the most photographed places in the world.
Later on, take a stroll through the village of Imerovigli. Imerovigli is a picturesque village which is perched at the highest point of Santorini’s dramatic caldera cliffs that overlook the cobalt sea below.
If you have ever looked at an advertisement for the Greek Island of Santorini, chances are you have seen it. The iconic blue-domed church perfectly matches the blue sky with a backdrop of
Santorini’s caldera in the Aegean Sea. Let’s take there your own postcard.Besides the “must see” sights visit some hidden corners of Santorini, explore the town’s mazelike alleyways and take in
the island sunset. In the company of our friendly guide watch how the locals live and learn about the special microclimate of Santorini and its specific flora.