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Oia is one of the most popular and picturesque towns on the island. An absolute must see during a trip to Santorini. It is located on the north-west edge of the island, at an altitude of 70 to 140 m. Its characteristic white buildings stretch for about 1.5 km along the edge of the cliff over the Armenis Bay.
Fira is the capital of the island and the Santorini archipelago. It is the cultural, entertainment and commercial heart of the island and one of the most visited places in Santorini by tourists. Fira is in the central-western part of the island and is situated on top of the caldera cliff.
Kamari is a small town located in the south-eastern part of the island, 3 km from the airport and 7 km from the island’s capital Fira. On the south side, Kamari is bounded by the slope of Mesa Vouno mountain. Kamari belongs to the administrative unit of south Aegean, regional unit (municipality) of Thira.
Perissa is a typical holiday resort located in the south-eastern part of Santorini. It stretches for over 2 km along the shores of the Aegean Sea. On the north side, the natural border of Perissa is the Mesa Vuono mountain. On the west side, Perissa is adjacent to Emporio, and on the south side to Perivolos.
ATTRACTIONS OF SANTORINI
The caldera of Santorini is currently one of the most famous and popular tourist destinations in Greece. It lies in the Aegean Sea, about
Nea Kameni is a small island situated in the gulf of Santorini. Its history is directly related to the volcano, whose eruptions and lava
Prehistoric Akrotiri on Santorini was one of the most important settlements in the Aegean Sea. Today it continues to challenge historians and archaeologists. It