As one of the most popular destinations in the world, Santorini, attracts millions of visitors every year with its wild natural beauty, the tiny villages and the romantic sunset. Located on the southern side of the Aegean Sea and 107 km North of Crete, Santorini had various names in the ancient times reflecting its shape (Strongyle, the round one) and unquestionable beauty (Kallisti, the fairest one).
The most famous sunset in the world
Akrotiri's Story - Annio Santorini

Akrotiri's Story

A severe volcanic eruption buried the Bronze Age city of Akrotiri that was discovered by the Greek archaeologist Spyridon Marinatos during 1967. A caldera collapse at the same time gave the island its present form. Nowadays, the caldera of Santorini is one of the most famous water-filled calderas in the world and boat tours depart daily from the old port of Fira for a visit to the volcano.
Skaros Rock - Annio Santorini

Skaros Rock

Skaros Rock is a natural landmark located in front of the village of Imerovigli. It was historically used as a fortress due to its elevated position and wide breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea. It offers magnificent views in 360°, and it is an ideal geological attraction for visitors who enjoy hiking.