Only a stone's throw away from Crete, Santorini, the volcanic half–moonshaped Island, is and always has been a popular tourist attraction. Steeped in history with a very cosmopolitan feel, it...
Only a stone's throw away from Crete, Santorini, the volcanic half–moonshaped Island, is and always has been a popular tourist attraction. Steeped in history with a very cosmopolitan feel, it amazes all. It is known as the magical and postcard-picture island of Greece. The worldwide known island of Santorini is the most southern island of the Cycladic group in the Aegean Sea, and is located 63 nautical miles north of Crete. The island has been widely known for its unique breathtaking view, beauty and colours: Black sand, white washed houses, red cliffs and the deep blue Aegean Sea. Santorini is considered to be the lost Atlantis… The present-day crescent shape of the island is a consequence of volcanic activity during prehistoric times. The island itself owes its very existence to the volcano eruption. The marvelous dry climate and everlasting sunshine create ideal, year-round conditions which are perfect for observation and photography under an extraordinary variety of natural lights and colors. Taking the boat across and joining the guide who will let you in on all of the history, is a favorite amongst holiday makers. Enjoy the fabulous and breathtaking views!
Indicative time table 05:45-07:50 departure from hotel 08.40 departure from Heraklion port 10:50-16:55 visit Santorini island 18:55 return at Heraklion port 19:30-21:30 return at hotel
Please note that transfer rate is not included in the price-Can be added on extra!