Two days on one of Greece’s loveliest islands in the Aegean gives you the chance to explore remarkable archaeological sites, sunbathe on the famed Black Beach and watch the stunning sunset. Our 48-hour guide will help you make the most of your trip here.
Santorini as we see it today was formed by one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history, in the 16th century, and is blessed with awe-inspiring, ethereal landscapes. In combination with its rich history, it’s a hub of natural wonders and cultural activities.
Built on the slopes of the caldera, 300m (984ft) above sea level, the charming village of Imerovigli has been dubbed the Balcony to the Aegean. Grab a table on the terrace of Bar to Navagio or at the Buddha Bar Beach Sunset Lounge and watch a magical sunset with a cocktail in hand. Bear in mind, that there is no direct public transport from Perissa to Imerovigli. You can get here either by car or taxi, or travel to Fira by bus, then walk or get the bus to Imerovigli.