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The Greek island of Santorini (JTR) rises up from a volcanic landscape dotted with towns perching up to 300 metres high. Many small towns were built along the rock face, which could not be more idyllic. Black sand beaches, romantic villages and traditional Cycladic architecture await tourists here. No one had a hand in shaping Santorini (JTR), the island was formed entirely naturally. But not only is the island itself fascinating, the stunning landscape, archaeological wonders and the islanders' history are too. The black sand beaches are perfect for relaxing and unwinding, with Kamari and Perissa boasting great sea bathing.
The small Santorini (JTR) archipelago offers visitors not only some magnificent beaches, but also cultural and historical attractions. Books Santorini (JTR) flights now and go on a relaxing journey of discovery around the island. The villages of Fira, Oia, Imerovigli and Firostefani are built right on the cliffs. Somewhat further along the eastern coast are Kamari and Perissa, the only places on the island that have a beach. In the centre of the island, in Pyrgos, there are also shops and interesting sights to discover. If you're planning a holiday on Santorini (JTR), you would be best advised to go for the months between June and September as the temperatures are around 29 degrees on average then.
Most visitors to Santorini (JTR) want to have a relaxing beach holiday. Book your Santorini (JTR) flights now and discover the island's beautiful sights. If you want a beach holiday, you should know that the two villages of Kamari and Perissa do have beaches, but they are made from lava remnants. But this won't stop you spending a relaxing day at the beach. Santorini's (JTR) sights include the Caldera Volcano, the cliffs at Fira, the two archaeological sites of Ancient Thera and Akrotiri, and the Museum of Fira. The whole island is also great for active holidaymakers as it offers plenty of space for long bike tours or extensive hikes.