Tailor Made Tour
Below, we will share some information on the attractions you may add to your itinerary, in order to see Santorini in One Day. Because this trip is fully customizable by you, you are free to remove any location you do not wish to see, as well as make changes to the order in which you visit each site.
At the summit of Prophet Elias is the monastery named after the mountain. At 2,000 feet (600 meters), this is the tallest mountain on the island of Santorini. From here, you can enjoy a panoramic view of the sea and the whitewashed homes. You may then enter the chapel with your guide.
As the old capital of Santorini, Pyrgos is a historical site. You will find the ruins of the Venetian castle that once stood there, after following your guide along a narrow path.
Akrotiri Archaeological Site
This Bronze City is prehistoric and was preserved by volcanic ash. Some historians have suggested that this may be the original site of the mythical Atlantis.
This beach features red sand and rock formations. Believe it or not, the water is still crystal clear and blue!
This is the largest beach on Santorini. However, instead of white sand, you will find beautiful black pebbles. Here, you also have the option of having lunch by the sea.
As the largest village on Santorini, this village has plenty to offer. From fortress ruins dating back to the Byzantine period to historic windmills, there is plenty to see.
This is another beautiful village on the island that is worth seeing. Your guide will take you through the narrow streets, so you can see how the locals live.
Chances are, when you visit Firostefani’s Blue Dome Church, you will instantly recognize it. This is because it is commonly featured on many Santorini post cards.
Imerovigli is a village built on the cliff of the Caldera. This facilitates amazing views of the island and the Aegean Sea. Another main attraction to the village is a large rock called the Skaros, which is the remnant of an old castle.
One of the most common reasons people visit Oia is to witness panoramic views of the sunset over the city. However, Oia itself is stunning, as it features beautiful terraces and traditional Greek architecture.