Santorini Guided Tour Of:
Impressive Santorini – Oia, Megalochori, Akrotiri
Visit Oia, the most famous village of Santorini that delivers what postcards promise.
Oia is a charming village located on the north end of the island of Santorini, known for its stunning views of the Aegean Sea and its iconic blue-domed churches. A guided tour of Oia is a great way to explore the village's narrow streets and discover its rich history and culture. During a tour, visitors will have the opportunity to see the village's traditional architecture, including its whitewashed houses and blue-domed churches. They may also visit local galleries and artisan studios, where they can learn about the island's long tradition of pottery, painting, and other crafts. In addition to exploring the village's cultural and historical sites, a guided tour of Oia may also include stops at some of the village's most iconic viewpoints, where visitors can take in breathtaking views of the sea and the surrounding landscape.
Continue with a walk through the cobblestone streets of quaint Megalochori village. They may visit the village's main square, where they can see the Megalochori Windmill, a historic landmark that dates back to the 19th century. In addition to exploring the village's cultural and historical sites, a guided tour of Megalochori may also include stops at some of the village's most iconic viewpoints, where visitors can take in breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
Finally explore with your guide a lost world, the Akrotiri Excavation.
Step back in time by experiencing a guided tour into the Ancient Site of Akrotiri, one of the most important prehistoric settlements dated back to the Bronze Age. The sensational discovery of the ancient buried city in Akrotiri is the cultural highlight of the island. Nowadays protected under a cutting edge bio climatic shelter, attracts thousands of visitors every year.
The Akrotiri Excavation is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers a unique glimpse into the ancient world. The site is home to the well-preserved remains of a Minoan town that was destroyed by a volcanic eruption around 1613 BC.
During the guided tour of the Akrotiri Excavation, visitors will have the opportunity to see the remains of ancient houses, streets, and public buildings. The site is known for its well-preserved frescoes, which depict scenes from everyday life in the ancient town. Visitors can also see artifacts such as pottery, tools, and jewellery, which give a glimpse into the daily lives of the people who lived in Akrotiri.
We finish up the excursion in a winery for a wine tasting to round up this beautiful excursion.
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