Things to do Santorini

Sunset Cruise: Caldera Sailing Tour

Every boat tour is different. The options include: hike the volcano, swim in the hot springs, visit Thirassia, stop at Red Beach and White Beach to swim and snorkel, eat lunch/dinner on board, and watch the sunset below Oia. This one is the simplest (but still awesome) – it’s basically just sailing through the caldera, stopping at a few beaches (outside of the caldera), then the hot springs, with swimming, eating, and sunbathing. And finally watching the sunset on the boat from below the Oia cliffs (the highlight). Bring a change of clothes to change into for the evening as it gets a little cool if you’re still in your wet swim clothes. All boat tours mentioned here provide meals onboard and have hotel pickup to start and finish the tour.

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Santorini Wine Tours

Santorini is famous for its wine and wineries. Many wineries offer tours and wine tasting but if you want to visit multiple wineries then book a wine tour (most wineries are small and hard to find if you don’t know the island well). Most tours include hotel pickup and drop off.

Wonderful small group tour in the early evening. Visit 3 wineries and have 12 tastings. Starts at 4:30pm and usually finishes at Venetsanos Winery (pictured above) for fantastic caldera views of the sunset.

Santorini Helicopter Tour

Santorini: 30 Minute Private Helicopter Flight

This is pretty close to unforgettable. A wonderful tour from above of Santorini, the volcano, the caldera, and all the villages perched along the cliff. If you’re going to Mykonos you can also do a helicopter transfer between the two islands – which is fun, easy, and way faster than the ferry.

Soar above the picturesque landscapes of Santorini and the surrounding sea on an unforgettable helicopter trip over the island. Spot the volcanic formations of the caldera and the charming, whitewashed villages like Fira and Oia on a thrilling ride over the Aegean gem.

Spend longer in the air checking out the caldera and Nea Kameni and see a selection of Santorini’s top beaches such as the red and black sand. Ogle the beach’s red-tinged volcanic sand lapped by the sea and look out for hideaway coves and secluded bays.

Hover over the north end of the island. Your aerial perspective provides a great vantage point to snap a photo or two of the distinctive sugar cube stacks of houses and blue-domed churches in the iconic Greek village of Oia. Fly back to the helipad, taking in a last glance over the rocky black cliffs rising up from the brilliant blue waters before you land.


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