Santorini Guided Tour Of:
Amazing Santorini – Imerovigli, Oia, Megalochori, Black Beach
Visit one of the most photographed landmarks, the famous blue dome in Firostefani and continue with iconic Oia with free time to explore its narrow alleys.
Oia is a small village on the island of Santorini, Greece, known for its stunning natural beauty and charming, traditional architecture. Located on the northwest coast of the island, Oia is home to some of the most picturesque views in all of Greece. The village is built on the edge of a cliff, offering breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea and the surrounding islands. Oia is known for its charming, narrow streets lined with white-washed houses, blue-domed churches, and colorful flowers. The village is a popular destination for tourists, who come to relax and take in the stunning natural beauty of the island. In Oia, visitors can find a variety of restaurants, cafes, and shops, as well as several small hotels and guesthouses. The village is also home to several art galleries, where visitors can browse and purchase works by local artists. Overall, Oia is a charming and picturesque destination that should not be missed on a trip to Santorini.
Next stop for a walk through in the very picturesque Megalochori village and finally a drive along the black beach with a stop for lunch.
Megalochori is located in the heart of the island and is known for its charming, traditional architecture. The village is home to a number of small, family-owned wineries, which produce some of the finest wines in Greece. Visitors to Megalochori can take a tour of the wineries and taste the local wines, or simply enjoy a glass of wine at one of the many tavernas that line the village's narrow streets. In addition to its wineries, Megalochori is also home to several churches and chapels, which offer a glimpse into the island's rich religious history. The village is a popular destination for tourists who want to experience the traditional side of Santorini, away from the more touristy areas of the island.
Black Beach, also known as Perivolos Beach, is a popular beach on the island of Santorini, Greece. It is located on the southeast coast of the island and is named for the black sand that covers the beach. The sand is formed from the volcanic activity that shaped the island and gives the beach its unique character. Black Beach is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike, who come to relax on the sand, swim in the crystal-clear waters of the Aegean Sea, and participate in water sports such as parasailing and jet skiing. The beach is also home to a number of restaurants, cafes, and bars, which offer a variety of refreshments and amenities to beachgoers. Overall, Black Beach is a beautiful and popular destination that offers something for everyone.
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