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Santorini is a windswept, volcanic island in the Cyclades. Magical sunsets in Oia, photogenic blue dome churches, and a myriad of colorful beaches attract thousands of visitors every year, making this one of Greece’s most popular destinations. If you are planning a trip to this wonderful island, here are the best things to do in Santorini.

Interesting Facts about Santorini

Santorini is the southernmost island in the Cyclades. Its official name is Thira (Thera in classical Greek).

This island is the site of one of the largest volcano eruptions in recorded history. About 3,600 years ago the volcano erupted, causing an enormous tsunami which hit the island of Crete, leading to the eventual downfall of the Minoan civilization. Now, Santorini is a waterfilled crescent, the remains of this ancient volcano. The towns of Oia, Fira, and Imerovigli are all perched along the rim of the caldera.

There are more churches than houses on the island, although most of these are very small and private.

Wine is a major industry here. The hot, dry climate is perfect for growing grapes, and if you like to visit wineries and go wine tasting, you’ll love Santorini. By the way, the vines are grown in coils on the ground, rather than on a trellis like you typically see in many other vineyards around the world. This is done because it’s very windy on Santorini.

And yes, expect windy conditions. While we were here, there were wind gusts strong enough to knock people over, literally. January, February, July and August tend to be the windiest months on Santorini.

Best Things to do in Santorini

1. Watch the Sunset in Oia

Most likely, you have already seen the iconic sunset photos of Oia. Maybe that’s how Santorini made it onto your “must-see” list. It worked for us!

Oia (pronounced ee-uh), is one of the best places in Santorini to watch the sunset. The blue dome churches set amongst cascading whitewashed buildings is the perfect setting to watch the sun go down. This is Santorini’s most crowded spot at sunset, so expect big crowds of people here.

PRO TRAVEL TIP: If you are renting a car, plan to get here several hours before sunset just to ensure that you get a parking spot. Parking is extremely limited and by late afternoon, giant tour buses make the situation even worse.

You can wander the streets and look for the perfect spot on your own, but I have two suggestions for you.

The most popular spot to watch the sunset is near Oia Castle. The crowds here are insane. But what you get is view of the windmills and the whitewashed buildings cascading down the cliffs of the island.

Oia Castle Sunset

Santorini Sunset Crowds

Oia Castle was not our favorite sunset point. It was very crowded and you don’t get the iconic blue domes.

My favorite spot was right next to the three blue domes of Oia. This is a fantastic view, because not only do you get the blue domes, but you can also get the bells of a church in your photo. As an added bonus, I shared this amazing spot with just a handful of people.

Santorini Sunset

Read more about these two viewpoints, with directions on to find these exact spots, in our article Two Amazing Spots to Watch the Sunset in Oia.

2. Sunset in Imerovigli

Imerovigli is less popular that Oia but it’s still a fantastic spot to watch the sunset. It’s also a lot quieter, another reason why it’s so nice.

You can enjoy the view while wandering the narrow walkways, from your terrace or hot tub or plunge pool (if you reserved a hotel here), or from one of several restaurants.

Sunset in Imerovigli

Imerovigli Sunset

Our favorite restaurant with a view in Santorini is La Maison. Not only is it a gourmet experience but the views are stunning.

Imerovigli Sunset

Sunset view from La Maison

3. Take a Boat Tour

Sunset Cruise

Another great experience in Santorini is to take a sunset cruise. From the catamaran, enjoy the view of the white towns on the rim of the caldera and watch as the sun sets. Most cruises offer dinner, drinks, and a chance to go snorkeling or swimming.


Boat Tour of the Volcano

Get out on the water and sail to the volcano. You can swim in the Aegean Sea or the hot springs, peer into the crater of an active volcano, explore the city of Thirassia, and visit the Red and White Sand Beaches. Some of these cruises will end with a sunset view of Oia.


We did not do this, simply because tours were not yet being offered during our visit. However, I think a half to full day boat tour would be one of Santorini’s top experiences.

PRO TRAVEL TIP:  Want to avoid the cruise ship crowds? Find out when the cruise ships will be in port by clicking here. You can get the cruise ship schedule not only for Santorini but also Athens and the other Greek Islands.  

4. Walk out to Skaros Rock

Skaros Rock is a large promontory of rock that juts out from the island just below Imerovigli. This was once the location of an ancient castle and fortresses. Now, it’s a popular photography and hiking spot. Explore the trails on the rock, enjoy the views back to Imerovigli, and see the ruins of the old fortresses.

To get here, walk down the zig-zag walking path from Imerovigli to Agios Ioannis Church and continue on the trail to Skaros Rock.

Agios Ioannis Church Santorini

Agios Ioannis Church


Skaros Rock

Skaros Rock Santorini

View back to Imerovigli

Looking back up at Imerovigli

5. Go Wine Tasting

Wine is a major industry on Santorini. Assyritiko is the main grape grown on Santorini and will be found in many wines made here. You can visit the wineries on your own or take a tour. Santo Wines is the most popular winery to visit but Venetsanos Winery also makes a nice pick.


6. Walk from Fira to Oia

Walking along the edge of the caldera from Oia to Imerovigli to Fira was one of our favorite experiences in Santorini. The best parts are the views over Oia and the caldera and exploring the walking paths from Imerovigli to Fira.

Hike Oia to Fira

Looking out over Oia


Walk Fira to Oia

Walking Oia to Fira

View of Firostefani and Fira

This walk is 6 miles and can take 3 to 5 hours, depending on how fast you walk and how often you stop. It’s more of a hike than a walk, since you will be on dirt trails and hiking up and down hillsides for part of the route, but most of the way is paved.

You can go either direction. We walked from Oia to Fira. However, in my opinion, it would be a better experience to walk from Fira to Oia. Doing it this way would make it an overall downhill walk (although you will have to hike up some hills), you get to see the amazing views of Oia in front of you (rather than having to turn around to see them), and you can end in Oia. Spend the rest of the day exploring the village, watch the sunset, and then return to your hotel.

7. Explore Oia

Yes, Oia is famous as a sunset destination. But it’s just as wonderful during the daytime. Explore the narrow walkways, go shopping, hop from café to café, and be prepared to fill your camera’s memory card with tons of photos. This is one of Santorini’s most photogenic spots.

Oia Santorini

Oia Musician

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The view from Oia Castle


At a Cafe in Oia

Santorini Souvenirs

View from Oia

8. Visit Ammoudi Bay

Ammoudi Bay sits just down the cliff from Oia. You can walk down on switchback paths. Once here, go to the beach, dine at a seafood restaurant, or even go cliff jumping.

Ammoudi Bay

9. Photograph Agios Theodori Church

This is one of Santorini’s most popular blue dome churches. It is located in Firostefani and you can make a detour here while walking from Fira to Oia.

Agios Theodori Church

Tyler and Kara in Santorini

10. Explore Imerovigli

Aah…quiet, picturesque Imerovigli. We really liked it here. This small village is very beautiful and filled with some of the best hotels and restaurants in Santorini. It doesn’t have the shopping and the small cafes like you find in Fira or Oia, but it also doesn’t have the large crowds.


Imerovigli Church

We stayed in Imerovigli at a hotel called Absolute Bliss, and it truly was amazing. Yes, we splurged, and it is was worth it. From our hot tub, we could watch the sunset over the caldera and watch as the lights in Oia twinkled at night. It was private, it was quiet, and it was wonderful. From here, we were within walking distance of quite a few highly rated restaurants. And since Imerovigli is located in the center of the island, it was a very convenient location for exploring the island.

If you plan to walk from Oia to Fira, you’ll pass through Imerovigli. I hope you enjoy it as much as we did! 🙂

11. Visit the Red Beach

Volcanic Santorini is home to some very colorful and unique beaches. The first on our list is the Red Beach. This is Santorini’s most famous beach. Its unusual red coloring comes from the pulverized volcanic rock. It is located near the Akrotiri archeological site.

However, it is prone to landslides, so it can be dangerous. This might be one beach where you just enjoy the view from a distance and then move on. For more information, read this article.

Red Beach Santorini

12. Visit the White Beach

Just around the corner from the Red Beach is the White Beach. This beach gets its name from the white cliffs that dominate the area, even though the sand is black. The only way to get here is by boat but you can get a nice view of beach if you don’t mind going on a mini-adventure.

To get to the viewpoint, you first have to drive down a very narrow, rough, unnamed dirt road. The road starts near the Aeolos Tavern and leads to Kambia Beach. We didn’t drive the entire way because the road got to be too rough for our car to handle. So, we walked down the road, past small houses, barking dogs, and vineyards. Just past one small house, there is an unmarked trail that leads up and over a hill to a viewpoint of the White Beach. It’s a very short walk to the viewpoint (2 – 3 minutes). You can go farther for views up the coast to the Red Beach.

On this tour, sail to the White Beach and Red Beach by catamaran. The tour includes an open bar, a Greek meal, and a visit to the hot springs at Nea Kameni volcano. 

White Beach Santorini

Santorini Coast

View along the coastline.

 Road to White Beach

Road to get to the White Beach. It’s really much rougher than this in some spots.


Trail to White Beach

Trail leading the to viewpoint. It’s a faint trail and it starts to the left of the fence.

By the way, we also went as far as Kambia Beach. It’s just OK but since this is such a challenging spot to get to, I imagine the crowds would be very low in the summer.

13. Visit the Black Sand Beaches

The black sand beaches of Perivolos and Perissa are beautiful. They are lined with small shops, cafes, beach bars, and restaurants, so if you want to spend a day at the beach and have lots of amenities, this is a great place to go. 

Perissa Beach

Perissa Beach


Black Sand

14. Kamari Beach

Kamari Beach is another black sand beach on Santorini. It’s very close to Perissa Beach, however, a giant, rocky hill separates the two beaches. Like Perivolos and Perissa, you have lots of dining options to choose from.

Kamari Beach

Santorini Black Sand Beach

15. Vlychada Beach

Also called the Moon Beach, this looks more like a lunar landscape than a volcanic one. Giant, crazy looking cliffs line the black sand beach.

Vlychada Beach

Want to do something unique on Santorini? On this 1.5 hour tour, travel by horseback from Vlychada Beach to Eros Beach.

16. Visit Pyrgos

Pyrgos is a small village located in some of Santorini’s best wine country. It’s a small town with twisting lanes and small cafes. If you are looking to get away from the larger, more touristy towns along the caldera, this is a nice spot to put on your list.

17. Enjoy the View from Profit Ilias

Profit Ilias is the highest point on Santorini. From here, you get almost 360° views of the island.

Profitis Ilias

You can get here by car, ATV, tour, or on your own two feet. There is a hiking trail that links Profit Ilias with Kamari, Ancient Thira, and Perissa. If you don’t plan on renting a car while on Santorini, this 5 hour private tour includes a visit to Profit Ilias, Akrotiri Excavation Site, Oia, and Perivolos or Perissa Beach.

18. Visit Ancient Thira

Ancient Thira is the remains of an ancient settlement in Santorini. This city was inhabited from the 9th century BC through 726 AD. You can see the remains of this ancient city at this site.

Ancient Thira

Road to Ancient Thira

The road to Ancient Thira and the town of Kamari

Ancient Thira is open from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm every day except Mondays. You can drive here, but it is a crazy, narrow road with over 20 hairpin turns. We drove it, but it was first thing in the morning and there was no other traffic on the road. A better option is to take the bus from Kamari. It leaves hourly and saves you a white-knuckle drive.

Learn more about the bus, ticket prices, and get updated hours on the official website.

19. Visit Akrotiri Archeological Site

Akrotiri is an ancient Minoan settlement. Really ancient. In the 16th century BC, the settlement was destroyed in a volcanic eruption and buried in volcanic ash, similar to Pompeii in Italy. It is estimated that humans have inhabited this area since the 5th millennium BC.

We did not visit Akrotiri, although we tried. Hours of operation are listed until 8 pm. However, the staff went home early on the day of our visit, at 4 pm (we arrived at 4:10 pm). It was very disappointing. And this was not the first time in Greece that something we wanted to visit closed unexpectedly early.

Summer hours (from April 15 to October 31) are 8 am to 6:30 pm daily, closed Mondays. It costs €12. Reading reviews on line, some people state that this is too high of a price for what you get. I can’t comment on that, unfortunately, but if you are a history buff, this may be worth it. Learn more on the official website.

20. Try Some of Santorini’s Best Eats

This was also one of our favorite things to do in Santorini…not only trying to eat at as many restaurants as possible but also sampling some new and wonderful foods.

The volcanic soil and climate on Santorini are perfect growing conditions for tomatoes. The cherry tomatoes are delicious! There is even a tomato museum in Santorini. Other things to try are Brantada, a local Santorian fish dish, fava beans, and melitinia, which are cookies made of cheese and yogurt.

As far as restaurants to try, we have a lot of suggestions.

Metaxi Mas

Metaxi Mas, located on the top of the hill in the town with the same name, is the place to go if you want to try traditional Greek food. Your meal will start with grappa and then you can take your pick from a wide selection of Greek dishes. The food is delicious. Definitely make a reservation in advance, even for lunch, because this is a very popular and highly-rated restaurant in Santorini.


In Oia, Oia Vineyart gets rave reviews. We didn’t eat here but I wish we did (I couldn’t convince Tyler and Kara to go here for dinner). Regional dishes are made from local ingredients and paired with wines made on Santorini. We had dinner at Pelekanos. The food was terrific and you get a nice view over the village from the rooftop setting. Both Fino Cocktail Bar and Melitini were on our list for Oia but we could only eat so many dinners in one night. For dessert, go to Lolita’s for gelato.


You have a lot to choose from in Imerovigli. La Maison was our favorite spot but also the most expensive. But the views, the service, and the food were unbelievable. We ate at Avocado twice for lunch and highly recommend it. The Athenian House serves Greek food with a twist and offers caldera views from their terrace. We ate here on our last night in Santorini. Kapari Wine Bar gets great reviews for their food. We didn’t eat here but we did have drink and loved the experience. Other restaurants that made our list are Anogi, Mezzo, and Le Moustache.

Kapari Wine Bar

 Kapari Wine Bar

Cocktails in Santorini


If you have a hankering for Italian, I read that Cacio e Pepe in Fira is the best on the island.

PRO TRAVEL TIP:  If you are traveling during peak season, make your reservations in advance. Even in April we needed reservations at several restaurants. 

Two More Recommendations

We did several more things on Santorini although they didn’t “wow” us, so they didn’t make it onto our top 20 list. However, there are two spots that I believe deserve a mention.

Akrotiri Lighthouse. The Akrotiri Lighthouse sits on the southwestern tip of the crescent of the island. On a windy day, the winds are ridiculous here. You need sunglasses, more to protect your eyes from blowing dust than for the sunshine. The views are just so-so, although you do get to see the entire caldera with Oia far off in the distance.

View from Lighthouse

Megalochori. We heard wonderful things about this small town. It is charming but it is also very, very small. There’s not a whole lot to do here and it only takes several minutes to wander through the center of town. Unless you have a car and are really into visiting tiny villages, I’d pass on this town.


See Them All on A Map

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Santorini Itinerary

Learn how to put all of this together into a 1, 2 or 3 day tour of Santorini in our article:

Sample Santorini Itineraries: 1, 2, or 3 Days in Santorini

About Our Visit

We visited Santorini in mid-April. Typically, April is still considered the off-season, however, it was Easter holiday week, so Santorini was quite crowded. The weather was unusually chilly and windy during our visit. During the day, temperatures were around 14 to 15°C (high 50’s) with winds up to 35 mph. It was too cold to get in the water (which explains why the beaches are deserted in our photos).

This time of year, the boat tours to the volcano were not yet operating but there were several catamarans offering sunset cruises. However, restaurants and most hotels are open by mid-April.

But the wind was crazy. Knocking people over, blowing around outdoor furniture, whipping sand and dust into our eyes. After the visit to Akrotiri Lighthouse, we literally had to clean the dirt out of our ears. And it gets even windier in the late summer months, so I have heard. Fortunately, 35 mph winds are not strong enough to cancel ferries and flights, at least not during our visit. 

Me in Santorini

This was me in pretty much every photo in Santorini.

Where We Stayed

We stayed at Absolute Bliss in Imerovigli. This was a big splurge for us, but if we were ever going to pay for a hot tub with a view, Santorini would be the place to do it.

Tim and I stayed in room #12. We had a large room with a private terrace and a hot tub with a view of the caldera. Tyler and Kara stayed in room #17. They had their own pool and even a sauna in their room. During our visit, temperatures struggled to hit 16°C (60°F) and with 25 to 35 mile an hour winds, it was too cold to get in the pool. But we did use the hot tub every night.

Absolute Bliss Santorini

We had a wonderful experience at this hotel. It’s quiet, it’s private, the views are amazing, the service is 5-star, and we loved it that they brought us breakfast to our room every morning.

For more recommendations on where to stay, read our Best Hotels and Towns Guide for Santorini. Learn where to stay for a great view of the caldera and get recommendations whether you are looking for a budget hotel, luxury hotel, or if you are traveling as a family.

More Information about Greece

GREECE ITINERARY:  10 Day Greece Itinerary: Athens, Mykonos, Naxos & Santorini
MYKONOS:  8 Amazing Things to do in Mykonos
NAXOS:  Hiking Mount Zas on the Island of Naxos
ATHENS:  Best Views of Athens and the Acropolis
SANTORINI:  2 Amazing Spots to Watch the Sunset in Oia

Are you planning a visit to Santorini? Comment below if you have any questions or if you would like to share your experience.

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Comments 21

  1. I loved your article! It provides many information about Santorini. I’m going to visit the island with my husband next month. I was trying to find tickets online and I found out this site http://www.travelferry.com . It is very helpful and you can find many destinations.

  2. Julie, Julie, Julie!!

    JUST WOW!! You must be a writer in your carrier or business and husband does website design? VERY IMPRESSIVE Website.

    Stumbled on one of your picks of Santorini (Blue Domes) when searching Google clicked on it and here I am. I am addicted! I wish I found you site 4 moths ago when I started this planning for Greece. Spent last 10 hours reading and taking notes from you site … wife and I plan a trip week after Easter 2022 . We are Also going to Istanbul and Athens, Meteora then the Peloponnese. I made reservations month ago to stay (after 2 months of research) “Above Blue Suits” to stay in Imerovigli (seems like best town to stay for views and if renting car) Will be renting a car no matter how winding the roads and hard to park on island. Again I wish I found your website earlier it would have saved me TONS of reading. Thanks for you hints and tips.

    When did you visit Santorini? Are you in the States?

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      I’m glad you found us too! We visited Greece in 2019 during Easter break (so the same time of year that you will be visiting). We LOVED staying in Imerovigli…great hotels, great restaurants, great views of the caldera, quieter than Oia and Fira. The roads can be challenging to drive but it is nice to have the flexibility of being on your own. We currently live in Maryland but are in Hawaii as I write this. Have fun in Greece! Cheers, Julie

  3. Great blog, the best I have come across. Short and sweet but very generous with tips. Beautiful pictures too.
    Thank you so much. Keep on travelling and sharing.

    Steven Tan

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  4. Hi Julie,
    My wife and I are planning a trip for our 30th anniversary next year. (we will be 51 at that time and active)
    Currently, my initial plan is this. If you would, please critique the plan with additions / deletions where you see fit. If you can add a hotel to stay in that would be great.

    3 days – Oia Santorini
    3 days – Rome
    3 days – Florence
    3 days – Venice
    3 days – Monoco

    Do we need that much time / is that to much time in places?
    Is there a central Italy spot where we can call home for 7-9 days and take day trips to venice / rome / tuscany?

    Any help is appreciated. Love your blogs.

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      Wow, 30 years…that’s wonderful!! 3 days is great for Rome, Florence, Venice, and Santorini. 3 days is fine in Monaco. You really only need one day here. But from Monaco you can day trip to Nice and nearby small towns on the French Riviera. Ideally, an extra day in Florence would be great to give you more time to day trip into Tuscany. You could take a day from Monaco. It just depends on how much time you will lose traveling from place to place (you will most likely take flights to/from Santorini and Monaco which could take about half a day or more).

      From Santorini, you could fly to Venice and then take the train to Florence then Rome. From Rome, fly to Monaco. Or, do the Italy cities in reverse order, depending on flight availability to/from Santorini and Monaco. There is not one good place in Italy to stay in to day trip to Venice and Tuscany. It’s best to stay in each city so that you don’t lose a lot of time on trains/buses. For Rome, Venice and Florence we have hotel recommendations in each post. For this post, we have a link to where we stayed in Imerovigli. If you want to stay in Oia (and for your hotel in Monaco) we recommend using Booking.com. That is who we use to find and book our accommodations when we travel.

      Cheers, Julie

      1. Thanks so much for the info. We may take your advice and take a day from Monaco and put on Florence. Great idea.
        As far as the hotels, I went to your Venice link and the first few I have tried for rooms in May 2021 (15 months away) all say no rooms are available. ?? This is on Booking.com. Could they really be full already that far out? Or do you think it just to far out to try?

        May I ask why you picked Imerovigli over Oia in Santorini? Fira seems to busy, so thats why we are looking at Oia. But Imerovigli seems close enough to Fira where we could walk into Fira for some things to do. ?? Is there much to do in Imerovigli or would we have to go to Fira or Oia to shop, stroll the walks, restaurants?

        Thank you again.

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          Hello Shannon. As for the Venice hotels, it might be too early to make your reservations. I highly doubt that numerous hotels are all sold out over one year in advance. You could check the hotels for the same dates this May, or even this September, just to test that theory.

          We picked Imerovigli because we really liked the hotel we stayed in. And then we found that we really liked Imerovigli. There’s not much to do here, it’s really just a bunch of hotels and great restaurants. And that makes it quiet and less touristy. Oia is amazing, but there are tourists wandering all day, and if you are in your “private” plunge pool, you could still have tourists gawking at you. But I really get the appeal to staying in Oia…it’s the prettiest town in Santorini, in my opinion, and it would be nice just to go out and stroll the streets right from your hotel. And yes, you can walk to Fira from Imerovigli, but takes a little while. If you don’t have a rental car, your hotel can call a taxi for you and you can take this to get around the island. Cheers, Julie

  5. Thank you for all the great information about Santorini. I am going in September to celebrate my 50th birthday. We have reservations at the Athenian House. You mentioned that you ate there on your last night. I would appreciate getting your comments on the food and your experience there. Or if you have any other recommendations on where we should go for a really nice dinner or a place for drinks that evening, it would be much appreciated. It can be located in any of the towns.

    Thanks again,

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      Hello Nancy. At the end of this article I list all of our favorite restaurants in Santorini. On the night we ate at the Athenian House, we got drinks beforehand at the Kapari wine bar. At the Athenian House, you can sit inside or outside. If you want a nice view, request an outside table with a view (not all outside tables have a good view of the caldera). Here is a link to their website so you can see the menu. The food and the service is very good here. But our absolute favorite spot in Santorini is La Maison, also in Imerovigli. It’s slightly more expensive but the service is impeccable, the views are the best from any restaurant we visited in Santorini, and we loved the food here. If you are in Santorini more than one night, you can try both. 🙂 Cheers, Julie

  6. Hi, I don’t see the star next to the title of the map you stated in this paragraph. Would you please explain further? Thank you.

    “If you click the star next to the title of the map, this map will be added to your Google Maps account. To view it on your phone or computer, open Google Maps, click the menu button, go to “Your Places,” click Maps, and you will see this map on your list.”

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      On the map, on the title bar, you see Santorini | Earth Trekkers and then there is a star next to “Earth Trekkers.” If you click this star, this map gets added to your Google Maps account, as long as you are logged into your Google account when you do this. Cheers, Julie

  7. Hi Julie,

    I am going to Santorini, Naxos and Mykonos in a few days, with my parents and my boyfriend. I have read almost all of your posts on these islands and I have gathered some very useful tips. I definitely want to try doing one of the hikes in Naxos and the one from Fira to Oia (which is already on my plan). Thanks for all the info, much appreciated!

    Silvia (from Italy)

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      You’re welcome. Later today or tomorrow morning I will be publishing a new article about what to do in Athens, if you are interested. Have fun in Greece! Cheers, Julie

  8. I enjoyed your write-up on Santorini. My family and I visited last July. The weather was great. We got to go sailing which was the highlight. One question, we were told it is dangerous to visit the red sand beach. You didnt mention falling rocks. Did you hear that as well?

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      No, I didn’t hear anything about that. Didn’t see signs posted or read about it beforehand. Doesn’t mean that it isn’t an issue, however. But I just did look more into it, and the beach is prone to landslides. Thanks for letting us know! Crazy that I never saw or read anything in my research, or anything posted right at the beach. I’ll add the update to the article. Thanks again!! Cheers, Julie

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