Santorini is (with Mykonos) the most famous Cyclades island. It is also the island where, with an omnipresent crowd, it is the most difficult to realize panoramic projects.

We have created two sketches of 360-degree strolls in Fira and Imerovigli, as well as a few virtual tours of restaurants that we personally recommend and strolls along the caldera trail.

We also shot stunning panoramic views in Oia and other spectacular places. It is an island that holds many surprises!

The picturesque village that gave its name to the nearby archaeological site. It is nestled around the ruins of a 13th century Venetian castle, the restored part of which hosts a surprising Greek bagpipe museum.
A large flowered terrace in the alleys of Fira, very close to the city center. Very nice welcome, lovely menu, delicious food. A recommended address!
This very good family tavern is located in the center of Thira, capital of Santorini, and serves traditional Greek cuisine with organic ingredients, accompanied by local wines.
A big village on the road to the beach of Perissa. As seen from the main road, you'll find it uninteresting but it's a hidden jewel of Santorini. Take the time to stop and stroll in the maze of alleys of its oldest part, which is worth the detour!
The capital of Santorini, perched on a vertiginous cliff, is a thrilling and fascinating city, from where a long path runs along the cliff with countless impressive views of the caldera. Just like Oia, Fira is a bit too touristy, with an omnipresent crowd, but the charm always operates!
Nicknamed "the balcony of the Aegean", it's one of the most impressive places in Santorini, perched above the rock of Skaros, where a castle was built by the Venetians in the 13th century. There is nothing left of it nowadays but the rock is accessible by a vertiginous path.
One of the main seaside destinations of Santorini, with a long black sand beach. There is ample parking in the immediate vicinity of the beach and taverns and bars line up along the entire waterfront.
Perched on a vertiginous cliff like the capital Fira, Oia is without doubt the most photographed village in Santorini. Admiring the sunset from the ruins of the kastro is a must for any stay, but the omnipresent crowd spoils unfortunately the romantic side.
In the heart of Fira Town, in a garden full of palm trees, pergolas and flowers, an ideal place to relax and enjoy a drink or a fine dish, a breakfast or a romantic dinner.
Perissa is one of Santorini's most popular seaside destinations, with its long black sand beach, many taverns and a magnificent church, at the foot of a steep mountain. For an impressive view, climb up to Panaghia Katefiani, the chapel nestled in the cliff... if you are not prone to vertigo!
Fira and Oia eclipse somehow the other villages of Santorini, and it would be a shame not to visit some of them! Perched on a hill, Pyrgos Kallistis is a pure jewel and you must definitely go for a stroll in its narrow streets and to enjoy its panoramas.
The most famous beach of Santorini, at the foot of its red cliff, a must for any visit to the island. Warning: it is a dangerous place, there are often falling rocks, so be careful!
The Athenian House revives the richness of the Athenian gastronomy, restoring Greek cuisine to its original Mediterranean values, based on olive oil, vegetables, fine foods and regional ingredients sourced all around Greece.
The Pictorial Guide of the Cyclades

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