How Successful People Make the Most of Their Santorini day tours

Ever since I traveled to Santorini, I think about the island to be among the most lovely locations in the world. Every brand-new corner appears more stunning than the last and photos will never ever be able to record its enchanting atmosphere. If you're still pondering whether to add Santorini to your bucket list, here's 7 reasons why you need to visit the Greek island.

1. Since of the sunset in Oia

By far, one of my preferred moments in Greece was Santorini vip tours being able to witness the Santorini sundown. It's the only sunset worldwide I've seen that gets a round of applause once it subsides. Come down there early though (at least half an hour) for a great area. The crowds can be a bit of a nightmare and the last thing you desire is to be running to find an area, evading pictures whilst simultaneously trying to take your own before the sun vanishes (existed, done that).

If the crowds prove excessive, and you would choose somewhere a little quieter, another sunset spot is Imerovigli. Once again, it provides a stunning, undisturbed view of the sundown.


But in all sincerity, you can't really have a bad sunset in Santorini. It's sort of magical anywhere you are.

There are a couple of methods to get around the island: leasing a cars and truck, ATV, taxi or bus. However, taxis can get costly and buses offer you less time versatility. Roads are primarily cobble-stoned, narrow and Grecian motorists are insane (but incredibly talented), which leaves us with renting an ATV. Renting an ATV, also called a quad bike, is the very best and most popular way to navigate the island, specifically thanks to the high hills and heat which make it an extensive job strolling from point A to B. Plus it's A Lot fun, guarantee.

Depending upon the season, size and kind of your ATV it could cost anywhere from 25 to 40 euros for 24 hr. Plus around 8-10 euros daily for fuel, based upon a 200cc ATV.

It's a fantastic and enjoyable way to see the island on your own terms and time. Certainly a must-do whilst in Santorini, simply make certain to have a Santorini day tours motorists license with you.

3. Due to the fact that you can red wine & dine with a view


With stunning views sweeping over the Aegean Sea and caldera, Santorini will entirely exceed any expectations you have of "dinner with a view" with the landscapes that surrounds you.

If you're trying to find restaurants that marry divine views with delicious cuisines, popular ones include Ambrosia, 1800 and Lauda in Oia, Archipelagos and V Lounge in Fira, and Kapari Red Wine Dining Establishment in Imerovigli.

4. Because of the special beaches

Santorini is not understood for its beaches, so do not expect the normal white sand & crystal clear water view that you usually relate to Greece. The beaches are volcanic, not white sand, so they're either red or black rocks, pebbles or grit, and get extremely hot on the feet. However, this makes them special and some prefer them to the normal white sand beach, which makes them well worth a check out. Here's a couple of I 'd recommend.


Red Beach: The 'popular' beach of Santorini. It has black and red volcanic pebbles rather of sand Santorini guided tours and hot water. Ensure to use closed shoes (no thongs or sandals) as the walk in can be slippery and the sand gets incredibly hot.

Kamari: A cosmopolitan beach resort located on the southern part of Santorini, ideal next to Perissa, with the enormous rock called Mesa Vouno in between them. The sand is black and the waters are deep and blue, with activities such as diving offered. There's close-by coffee shops, bars, restaurants, stores and supermarkets, in addition to a dynamic night life which makes it a more popular traveler location.

Kamari: A cosmopolitan beach resort located on the southern part of Santorini, best next to Perissa, with the huge rock called Mesa Vouno between them. The sand is black and the waters are deep and blue, with activities such as diving offered. There's close-by cafes, bars, restaurants, stores and grocery stores, as well as a lively night life which makes it a more popular tourist destination.

2. Since you can quad around the island