Where To Stay On Santorini

Updated: January 27, 2018

  • My recommendation: Stay in one of the four towns (Fira, Oia, Imerovigli, and Firostafani) that are located on the Santorini cliff.
  • These towns have great views of the caldera, volcano, and sunset.
  • Almost all of the best hotels in Santorini are located in these four towns.
  • Most luxury hotels have awesome caldera views but there are fewer hotels with sunset views.
  • The key to saving money on Santorini is to stay (and eat) at places back from the caldera edge. The best cheap hotels in Santorini are very nice but do not have volcano views.
View of Imerovigli from Homeric Poems in Firostefani.

A view of the caldera cliff looking north towards Imerovigli and Oia (in the far distance).

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The best places to stay in Santorini are the towns of Fira, Oia, Imerovigli, and Firostafani that are located along the caldera cliff on the western side of the island. All of these towns have wonderful views of the volcano and caldera. They each have different pros and cons, but for most visitors they should stay in one of these four towns.

  • Most romantic towns: Oia or Imerovigli
  • Best views: Oia or Imerovigli – but Fira and Firostefani have wonderful views too
  • Best shopping: Fira
  • Best for honeymoon: Imerovigli (quiet and romantic), Fira (nightlife), Oia (a bit of both)
  • Best clubs and nightlife on Santorini: Fira
  • Best restaurants on Santorini: Imerovigli
  • Best beach town on Santorini: Kamari (wonderful swimming, lots of restaurants)
  • Best sunsets on Santorini: Imerovigli
  • Best for peace and solitude: Imerovigli
  • Best place to stay on a budget: Firostefani (if you want a caldera view) or Fira (if you don’t need a view)
  • Best for families: Fira (the most to do), Oia (the fewest stairs of any caldera town and the most stroller friendly), or Kamari (great swimming, kid-friendly vibe)
  • Best hotels in Santorini: Grace Santorini and Katikies

The first and most basic decision that needs to be made is do you want to stay at the beach or in the towns along the caldera? The beaches are situated along the eastern coast of the island. The towns (Fira, Firostefani, Imerovigli, Oia) are located on the western edge of the island, are perched on the caldera cliff, and look out towards the volcano.

The caldera towns are trendier, the restaurants better, the clubs more sophisticated, and the hotels more luxurious. The beach towns are more relaxed, less expensive, and have a feel closer to the other Greek islands. Pub grub is the rule at most (but not all) of the restaurants along the beaches.

I strongly recommend that you stay in one of the caldera towns as this is what makes Santorini so special – the incredible views and almost surreal setting. But to each their own. If you do stay at one of the beach towns Fira and caldera are only 20 to 30 minutes away. Oia is an additional 20 minutes. Akrotiri is another area that has great caldera views but most hotels here are semi-isolated away from any towns and there’s little within walking distance (which is fine if you have a rental car and/or just want to spend most of your time by a pool enjoying the caldera views).

Staying in Fira

View of Fira and the caldera from Hotel Keti.

Fira is the island’s largest town and one of the most picturesque spots in all of Greece. Like Oia, Imerovigli, and Firostefani it’s perched on the caldera cliff and has marvelous views of the volcano. Fira has the most restaurants, shops, and hotels and is the center of Santorini’s nightlife. It’s the hub of Santorini’s bus network so you can get pretty much anywhere on the island with just one bus ride. If you like action, shopping, lots of choice for where to eat, and dance clubs then this is where you’ll want to be. If you want peace and solitude then you’ll likely find Fira busy, hectic, and touristy. (That said, if you’re just a little off the main street it’s pretty quiet.) Fira has many hotels with wonderful caldera views but also a large number that are back from the cliff and have no view (which means they’re cheaper and makes Fira a good choice for travelers on a budget). The closest swimming spot to Fira is Kamari Beach which is about 20 minutes by bus.

Best Hotels in Fira: Aria SuitesCosmopolitan Suites

Staying in Firostefani

View from Tsitouras Collection of the caldera.

Firostefani is a short 10 minute walk along the footpath from Fira. If you want to be close to the action of Fira but don’t want the crowds then Firostefani is great. Views are equally wonderful in Firostefani. There are 10 to 12 restaurants in Firostefani, a bakery, and a couple markets but no bars or nightlife.

Best Hotel in Firostefani: Tsitouras Collection

Staying in Imerovigli

View of the caldera and Skaros Rock from Grace Santorini in Imerovigli.

Imerovigli is Santorini’s quietest town along the caldera and has the island’s best sunset views.. The cliff is higher here and the view of the sunset is unimpeded by any neighboring islands – which isn’t always the case in Fira and Firostefani. Imerovigli is a 20 to 30 minute walk from Fira (or a very short bus or taxi ride). Imerovigli doesn’t have a lot of restaurants (fewer than 10), but the ones that are here are all very good to great. No bars or nightlife in Imerovigli.

Best Hotels in Imerovigli: Grace SantoriniAstra Suites

Staying in Oia

View of Oia and the caldera from Perivolos Hotel.

Oia is Santorini’s most picturesque town and has some of the island’s best hotels. It’s located at the northern tip of the island and is famous for its fabulous sunset views. The town is busy through the day up until sunset (when it’s packed in high season) but then gets quiet quickly after the sun sets. There’s lots of high end shopping and many restaurants in Oia but only one bar (Mary Kay’s – which is great). The southern part of Oia looks into the caldera. The northern part does not have views of the caldera but does have perfect sunset views. (Only a few Oia hotels have unimpeded sunset views.) The walk from Oia to Fira is beautiful but takes several hours so for the most part Oia is a taxi or bus ride away from the hub of the island.

Best Hotels in Oia: KatikiesCanaves SuitesPerivolos

The Island & Beaches

Santorini is a small island and getting from one town or beach to the next is quick and easy so you don’t have to feel limited by the place you pick. (It’s less than 30 minutes from Fira to the beaches by bus or taxi. 20 minutes longer from Oia to the beaches.)

Obviously, if you’re primarily looking to spend time lying on a beach then stay there and commute to Fira and Oia for sunsets and dinner. If you’re more interested in shopping, eating, and sightseeing then Fira, Oia, Firostefani, and Imerovigli are a better base.

The beach towns are fun, full, and busy from June to September. The weather is great for swimming from late May to early October. Outside of these months the beach towns will be very quiet and the weather usually isn’t consistently warm enough for swimming.

If you’re looking to save money then the beach towns offer better value for the money. Restaurants in Oia, Imerovigli, and Fira are also quite expensive (though there are cheaper options away from the views of the caldera). The beaches tend towards pub food that is not so pricey – though there are many exceptions.

As for Oia or Fira, both towns are very touristy but in different ways. Oia is quieter, more romantic, generally has more expensive hotels, and higher-end restaurants. After the sunset, Oia gets very quiet. Fira has the nightlife and lively restaurants. Fira is also closer to most of the beaches.

Fira itself can be quite busy (especially when a cruise ship or two are in port – though cruise passengers will return to their ships by late afternoon) so if you’re looking for peace and quiet but still want to be near the restaurants and nightlife then Firostefani and Imerovigli are good options. Both towns are uphill from Fira so the walk into town is easy and relaxing. If you find the uphill walk back to your hotel too taxing after a large dinner it’s easy to find a cab in Fira.

Similar to the beach towns, if you’re visiting outside of March to November then Oia will be very quiet – with many shops and restaurants closing from late November to early March. If you’re visiting Santorini in winter then Fira is by far the best place to stay.

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103 Questions and Comments

  1. Itinerary for Greek Islands

    Hi Dave,

    What a great site, has really helped us to chose our accommodation in Santorini – otherwise we would have had no idea where was best. We finally decided on the vallas sunset apartment in Firostefani which will suit our requirements.

    We are travelling for 3 weeks and visiting the following

    Arriving in Mykonos staying for 3 nights.
    Then Paros staying for 4 nights.
    Then Naxos for 4 nights.
    Then Santorini for 3 nights.
    Then Crete for 7 days where we will meet up with family and friends. Travel home from there.

    We were thinking of cutting down Paros and Naxos and visiting Ios – but thought we may be trying to squeeze in too much – what do you think?
    We have booked the Seajet from Santorini to Rethymon (only seems to go twice a week) ahead as we have a hotel already booked in Rethymon and meeting our daughters there so needed to get that sorted.
    Would you recommend booking the ferry service ahead for Mykonos to Paros and Paros to Naxos or should we able to book when we get there?
    And one last question… How far is the beach from where we are staying in Firostefani – can we get a bus?

    Thank you in advance for your help – will certainly be recommending you to our friends traveling.

    Carol

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      I would stick with your current itinerary. You’ve got a lot of islands there (and a lot of ferry trips), no need to add Ios. And yes, I’d probably book ferry tickets in advance. It’s easy to do with FerryHopper (unlike in the past) and if you’re visiting in summer sell-outs are possible (though rare). The best swimming beach in Santorini is Perissa and it’s a 20 to 30 minute bus ride from Fira. You can catch the bus in Firostefani and then switch in Fira, or just walk down to Fira and bus from there to Perissa.

  2. Oia Hotel with Views and Infinity Pool

    Dave,

    Absolutely love your site. We are planning a trip to Santorini this July for our 10-year anniversary and I have narrowed down the hotels to:
    Perivolas
    Santorini Secrets Suites and Spa
    Alta Mare by Andronis
    Charisma Suites

    We are looking for:
    Gorgeous views
    Awesome infinity pool
    Great service
    Some privacy
    Easy walk to the center of Oia
    A patio with a tub would be great too

    Which hotel would you recommend?

    Thank you in advance for your response.

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      All are great hotels so you won’t be disappointed. Santorini Secrets has the most infinity-like pool. Perivolas has the most privacy and largest pool but is a good walk to the center of town. Alta Mare and Santorini Secrets are the most central. Alta Mare has the least privacy. Charisma has a lot of privacy, is small and charming, but lots of steps up to street level. Charisma is the only one with a sunset view. The others have true caldera views (which I prefer).

  3. Fira Hotels Located Close To Each Other

    I’m having my wedding in Santorini next year, I’m trying to find a cluster of hotels in Fira on the caldera side for people to stay in. Since the hotels are generally small, I’m looking for a good few that are around each other and may offer different price ranges. Any ideas?

    Thanks!
    Jackie

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      These hotels are all on the caldera in Fira and basically right beside each other (2 minute walk at most). Bars and restaurants are a 3 minute walk (or climb) away.
      Cori Rigas Suites
      Porto Fira Suites
      Kavalari Hotel
      Keti Hotel

  4. Santorini in April / Santorini View Hotel

    Hi Dave,

    I’ve never come across a more comprehensive and detailed blog. Kudos!

    Me and wife are going to be in Santorini from April 26-29th 2018.
    – What is the weather like ? Would be need jackets ?
    – We booked: Santorini View Firostefani Caldera from Booking.com. What do you think ?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      April usually has clear skies and warmish weather – but not hot enough to swim. A light jacket is good to have. Santorini View Hotel has great views and a good location – a short walk to many restaurants, 15 minute walk to Fira.

  5. Splitting Time Between Oia and Imerovigli

    Hi Dave, your blog is incredibly helpful! For our honeymoon, if we are spending 5 nights in Santorini do you recommend doing 3 nights in Imerovigli and 2 nights in Oia? We’d like to spend some time in both locations and wondering if it makes sense to break our stay up that way versus traveling from one to the other?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Yes, 3 nights in Imerovigli and 2 in Oia. Sounds great. You really do get a different experience by staying in different places. I think you’ll appreciate that you did it that way even though you do lose a little time by switching hotels. One thing I always do is plan a tour on a hotel-switch day. It’s a little counter-intuitive but it forces you to get out and experience something on the switch day as opposed to having it be a lost day. There’s, of course, a bit of hassle involved (you’ll have to have your bags all packed and be out of the room before you go on your tour – then get your old hotel to hold them until your return) but it’s worth it if you’re worried about the lost time. Then the days you’re not switching you feel like you have all to yourselves.

  6. Astarte Suites in Santorini

    Hi Dave we are interested in Astarte Suites. Do you have any input on that hotel? Is it close to anything? We love the look of the rooms/the view but we are also looking for something close to restaurants,etc.

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      There is very little close to Astarte Suites – just a couple of tavernas – otherwise you need to taxi, bus, or drive to Fira and other towns (about a 15 minute drive). Stay here for quiet and solitude not for being close to the action.

  7. Inexpensive Santorini Hotel with View

    Hi Dave, you are so helpful! My fiance and I are going to Santorini in July for out honeymoon, we are staying for 3 days and then traveling to Mykonos, and we would LOVE some advice. We want a hotel with a nice view but that is also close to restaurants/things to do! Looking to spend less than $400 a night. Any suggestions or advice on hotel and must-do things would be amazing.

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Your best bet is Hotel Kavalari in Fira. Great views at reasonable prices and close to lots of shops, restaurants, and nightlife.

  8. Santorini Villas with Nice View

    I’m thinking of renting a small villa, 1 or 2 bedroom, on Santorini in April or May 2018 for one month. Nice views, walkable, secure. Your suggestions?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      The villas at Aria Suites are absolutely wonderful. Can not recommend them enough.

  9. Hotel with View, Pool, and Pool Bar for less than $400

    Hey Dave! We’ll be in Santorini for three days (late May/early June) for the beginning of our honeymoon. I’d really like somewhere with a pool with a view and a pool bar but was also hoping for a private hot tub. Was hoping to spend less than $400 a night. Is there anywhere that has both of those things in our budget?
    Anna Tarrant

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Maybe Tholos.

  10. Staying in Akrotiri

    Hi Dave

    Have booked a flight to Santorini October 18 for one week. Have seen a new boutique hotel advertised in Akrotiri but Akrotiri is not mentioned in your towns to stay. Is there a reason for this?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Too isolated from Santorini’s main towns. (It’s fine if you want to hang by the pool all day.)

  11. Itinerary for Santorini, Mykonos, Paros, Naxos, Athens

    Hi Dave,

    Wondering if you can help out with my itinerary. My husband and I are planning to travel to Greece next August. We are in our early 40s….Well, I’ll be celebrating my 40th. We love the beach and mostly want to relax, but also don’t mind having a couple of nights of dancing, partying, etc. We were thinking of going for 9 days. We are flying from Boston to Athens (simply because it’s the cheapest), and staying one night. Then hoping to go to Mykonos and Santorini for a few days each. We thought we might be able to fit in one more stop. Perhaps Paros or Naxos? So my questions are:
    1) Would 9 days allow this schedule? If not, how many days do you suggest (also of course factoring what we lose in travel time)
    2) If we do in fact have time for an additional stop, which is better to visit Paros or Naxos?
    3) Can we get to all of these places via ferry?

    Thanks so much!
    Cici

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Santorini deserves 3 full days at least. Naxos, Paros, Mykonos need at least 2 full days. If you have 9 days away from Boston, that’s going to mean 7 full days in Greece. 1 of those is in Athens, and then ferry time so you’ll do best to stick to Santorini and Mykonos. If you added one or two more days you could squeeze in Naxos or Paros (Naxos is more traditional, Paros more trendy and boutiquish). Yes, easy to get to all with ferry but you might want to fly back from Santorini to Athens to save time (it’s the farthest island from Athens).

  12. Pre-book Transfer for Airport to Fira / Fira to Ferry

    HI Dave,

    Love your website! It has helped us so much!
    We are wondering if you could recommend a company that we can book our airport transfers through?
    We would be going from the airport to Fira and then from Fira to the ferries.

    thank you!

    Kerri

  13. Tholos Resort in Santorini

    Hi Dave,
    I just booked Tholos resort in Imerovigili although it was not on your list it looks amazing. How is this hotel in comparison to your lists? Budget friendly, somewhat luxury, villa/boutique style?
    Mare

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Tholos Resort is wonderful. Recently refurbished, incredible views. Similar to Astra Suites (and similar locations) but just a half-star down in the luxury category and the pool a little smaller. Good choice.

  14. Luna Rossa Apartments in Santorini

    Hey Dave. Quick question. After weeks of researching and overanalysis I finally booked (prepaid) for a studio rental at Luna Rossa through booking.com. I trust this site but find that the lack of reviews and an accurate address for map locating is a bit concerning. Are you able to confirm that this is a legit place and we are all set? Greatly appreciate your help?

    Luna Rossa Apartments – Eparx odos Firon Oias Imerovigli, Vourvoulos, 84700, Greece.
    Allison

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Luna Rossa is located exactly where the Booking.com map shows. On the road between Imerovigli and Oia, directly across from Cavo Tagoo. It’s not on the caldera but does have sunset views from the rooftop of the Deluxe Apartment. There’s a bus stop across the street with buses to Fira and Oia.

  15. Staying in Vourvoulos

    Hi Dave,

    Is Vourvoulos a good place to stay with kids/teens?

    Thanks!

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      It’s not terrible, but no I wouldn’t say it was a “good place” for kids/teens. It’s not walking distance to much of anything so you’d want a rental car if you stayed there.

  16. Using Flipkey and Airbnb for Santorini

    Dave, really impressive blog – well done! We’re heading to Santorini and would like to stay in the traditional cave style, would like a patio with a great/wide caldera view, and don’t need the fancy hotel-things like breakfast etc etc. I’ve been looking on hotels.com, booking.com, etc and now see less hotel-y villas/caves on flipkey, but sometimes it’s so hard to tell if they’re in the right place or have great expansive views, etc. For example, Villa Calliope. Thoughts on if that is in a good area, the view, etc?

    Also, more generally, do you have any recommendations for us in terms of how to evaluate Santorini Villas on flipkey/airbnb other than scanning pictures, reading reviews on tripadvisor when they’re there (which btw is it odd if a property has zero reviews on tripadvisor?)? Many thanks in advance

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Villa Calliope looks to have a great location in central Oia. There have been cases of fraud on Santorini (with people renting out villas that either didn’t exist or are just pictures of a hotel room re-posted as a private villa). If you can find the same listing on multiple websites (Airbnb, Flipkey, VRBO, Tripadvisor) – and it all looks consistent and legit then I’d feel pretty good about booking it. The gold standard is Booking.com as the verification process is more robust – whereas I could post a rental on Airbnb in about 5 minutes.

  17. Santorini Hotel with No Steps

    Hi Dave – I’d love to stay in Santorini in one of the Caldera towns but I have difficulty managing too many steps. Can you see any way around this? Are there any hotels which are on the same level as the main shops/ restaurants etc with not too many steps to negotiate for bedrooms, etc.? Or is it a pipe dream?

    Thanks – hopefully !
    Jan

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Hotels with few steps in Fira: Cosmopolitan (the best view), Atlantis (fewest steps, good value, not all rooms have views), Aria Suites (most luxurious, the villas are brand new and beautiful with great views).

  18. Cheap Town to Stay on Santorini

    Hi Dave,

    I love your website! I’m trying to figure out where to stay in Santorini when I go in June, and I’m looking at Perissa because it seems those are the best deals. However, I know I want to travel around the island by bus, and looking at the bus schedule, it seems that buses stop running around 20:00. Is this the same in the summer as well? Budget is most important, but accessibility is as well…I don’t have to stay in the nicest place, but do want to be able to get around! If I want to stay for the sunset in Oia, or if I want to go out in Fira, would I be able to take a late bus back to Perissa?

    Also, keeping budget and bus accessibility in mind, are there any other areas you recommend that are cheaper and have good bus service, even if they aren’t on the caldera? Or perhaps areas you would suggest I avoid considering I will need to take a bus everywhere?

    Last question, would it be possible to taxi from Oia to Perissa if necessary? Or is it cost prohibitive?

    Thank you!!!!

    Julia B.

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      If you want cheap and a central location then the best town to stay in is Karterados (lots of different spellings). It’s walking distance to Fira (2km) and buses to southern Santorini go right by the town on the main road. Karterados has some good markets and inexpensive tavernas. It’s much more convenient than Perissa for exploring the caldera towns. Buses will run later than 8pm in summer (to beaches and elsewhere) but the latest buses are always the Oia-Fira route. So you should always be able to get back to Fira and then worst-case you have to walk from there to your hotel.

  19. Celestia Grand in Fira

    Hey Dave – Great site, making our planning for first trip to Santorini so much easier!! Question – I don’t see you mention Celestia Grand in Fira anywhere on the site. It’s #2 rated on TripAdvisor and wondering what you opinion is. We’re planning an anniversary trip and want something special. Thanks so much!
    Jimmy

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Celestia Grand is a wonderful luxury hotel (many of the villas/suites have private pools and hot tub). The one drawback (for me) is the location. It’s located a 30 minute walk south of Fira with very little around it. If you have a rental car or just want to sit by the pool and enjoy the caldera views then it’s a superb choice. But I enjoy staying in one of the lively towns along the caldera.

  20. Is Kamari Good for Romantic Honeymoon?

    Hello dave
    We want to come to santorini for a honeymoon the travel agency gave us the Mediteranian Hotal at Kamari but I wanted to know is Kamari close to Fira and Oia for a walk or it’s most in taxi or bus? We want romance, nightlife, and within walking distance. Thank you for you’re blog it really helps.

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Like I always say, don’t use travel agents – they don’t know what they’re talking about and only promote hotels that they have pre-arranged deals with. Kamari is a relaxing beach town but does not have the magic, romance, views, nightlife, or fine dining of the caldera towns: Fira, Firostefani, Imerovigli, and Oia. Stay on the caldera to have the type of honeymoon that I think you’re dreaming of.

  21. Hotels with Caldera Views in Santorini

    After I spend a week in Athens with Greek friends, I want to visit Santorini, Crete and one other island. Thinking about 3 days in Santorini, 4 in Crete and a day or two at the last island. Is this enough for a “taste” of Greece? And in Santorini, definitely want a hotel with a caldera view. From your blog, it looks like that would be Imerovigli, Oia, Fira, and Firostefani. Can you recommend hotels/guesthouses in those places likely to have a caldera view? Would like to be able to walk to as many places as possible too.
    Norm

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      All the top hotels I’ve listed on Best Hotels in Santorini have caldera views (except for Vedema).

  22. Honeymoon on Santorini

    Hello Dave,

    I like the idea of this website, you are doing a great job!

    I am planning to travel to Santorini on my honeymoon in April, what I am really looking for are best views, romantic atmosphere, some night life, and a couple of days in a suite with a private pool (really private, no one can see us).
    The travel agency offers me Pyrgos for 2 nights in Orizontes Hotel Villas then Astro Palace in Fira. Personally, I don’t think this will be the best plan only because I think Imerovigli and Oia are better.

    What are your suggestions that fits my plan?

    Thanks in advance, Ahmad

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      First rule is to ignore travel agents. They’re awful. (Not awful people, but they know nothing about Santorini or the hotels they’re recommending.) Oia and Imerovigli are indeed the most romantic towns. But the room with the most privacy of any hotel is the cave suite at Keti in Fira.

  23. HomeAway Rental on Santorini

    Dave
    Great website. Thanks. I am looking at a house rental on Home Away. It is called Aegagras Caldera near the town of Megalochori. Is this location even worth considering? We will be renting a car so we can see the rest of the island, but even so, it is off the beaten track. What do you think? Thanks
    Judy

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Yes, it’s a long way from anything and there’s not much (nothing, really) within walking distance. If you hop in your car and are gone for the day then it’s not going to make much difference but personally, I like being closer to the activity of Fira, Firostefani, Imerovigli, or Oia.

  24. Best website for Booking a Santorini Villa

    Hi Dave

    Great website.

    Which websites would you recommend for booking a villa? Only looked on Airbnb so far.

    Olivia

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Villas.com (owned by booking.com) is great and has the most high-end selection.

  25. Best Place to Stay on Santorini

    Hi there, I’m really starting to get my head round Santorini thanks to you. I’m looking to book to stay here July 17. I have a couple of questions if you don’t mind.

    I am 30 and my gf is 29. We are looking to visit for 5 nights and are happy to have the hussle and bustle of Fira but be able to chill away from it with sea views.

    I’ve provisionally booked to stay in Villa Maria Damigou in Firostefani. It is £720 for 5 nights. Is this good value? Prices seem all over the place, hard to get a handle on. A pool would be nice but I’d sacrifice it for the views.

    Also would this be a good location for seeing things and having decent views?

    Kind regards, James Fitz

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Villa Maria Damigou has a great location (easy walk to both Imerovigli and Fira). Some rooms have views, some don’t – I imagine at that price you’ve got the rooms without views, which are fine. If you want a pool Villa Ilias is right next door and has a small pool with views.

  26. Santo Miramare Resort in Perivolos

    Hi Dave, we are thinking of going to Santorini for the first time in September, wanting plenty of restaurants and bars in walking distance. We have seen a hotel called Santo Miramare Resort in Perivolos would like to know what you think of this area and hotel please, will be staying for two weeks. Thanks and great blog.

    Tracy

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      The beach is nice here and there are some good restaurants nearby but for any sort of scene you’ll need to go to Perissa which is a 20 minute walk north. (You can see the general area around the hotel on Google Maps.) With 2 weeks I would definitely recommend splitting your time between here and somewhere along the caldera (preferably) or even Kamari which is closer to the caldera towns.

  27. Ambassador Hotel in Akrotiri

    Hi Dave! My fiancé and I are getting married and honeymooning in Santorini in late July. We were considering the Ambassador Suites in Akrotiri, but wondering if it would be an inconvenient area of the island to stay. We plan to have our ceremony on the balcony of our hotel. Do you have suggestions of better hotels/parts of the island for this? Or do you think Akrotiri and the Ambassador would be fine? Thanks for all of the wonderful information!
    Kristin

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      It’s a nice hotel and the views for your ceremony will be wonderful. That said, it is a little isolated. There’s very little within walking distance so for romantic meals, shopping, and nightlife you’ll be taking the taxi to Fira (or beyond). If you’re happy staying by your pool and relaxing then this is a fine choice.

  28. Aigialos Hotel in Fira

    Hi Dave!

    My brother and I are planning a trip to Santorini in July of for our parents’ anniversary. Its our first time and we are trying to be budget conscious but also make this a great trip. We are looking at Aigialos Niche Residences & Suites – do you recommend this? We want to make sure there are not too many steps to climb, but it has great views and also close proximity to the center of the town. Do you also happen to know if there is a swimming pool – we couldn’t find on the website!

    Your feedback will be very helpful – thank you!

    Jeannie

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Aigialos is very nice. It has a small pool, good for a dip but you’re not going to hang out poolside for the afternoon. Location is good and close to central Fira. There are steps but by Fira standards I wouldn’t say a lot.

  29. Using AirBnb for Santorini

    Wow, Now you have me worried, I have 5 adults in my group, We want to stay for 3 nights with some room to move around.
    I wanted to use the airbnb site, but you say that they are shady.
    Do you still stand on that opinion?
    Thoughts on these?
    Luxury Villa Santorini and Fira Apartment

    Lynda Miller

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      I didn’t call AirBnb shady – just that one listing. But I will say that AirBnb is not great for Santorini. The best views and locations all belong to the hotels and it’s hard to determine where exactly a rental is located (and location is huge for Santorini). For the two you listed neither have views of the volcano. They have “sea views” which means they look to the east and not towards the caldera. The first is in Emborio (a quiet town that’s a 20 minute drive from Fira) and the second is in Fira (with probably a bit of an uphill walk to get to the town center and caldera foot path). Both look like fine places though.

  30. Judy Walker

    Dave
    We are going to Santorini and want to stay in Fira or Firastefani. We are looking to stay in any of the following hotels, leaning towards Cliff Side Suites .Do you know it or any of the others and which is best for location, views and hotel standards?
    Cori rigas suites
    Panorama boutique hotel
    Nomikos villas
    Infinity collection fira
    Cliff side suites
    Efterpi villas

  31. Tran

    Hi Dave,

    Thank you for the very helpful and insightful website!

    I am deciding to stay in Fira or Oia in June this year for our honeymoon. We’re struggling to decide on where we want to stay!

    I am after a hotel with a beautiful view of the caldera with lovely sunset views.
    I had looked at Lilium and Enigma and was leaning towards Lilium (for its decor) but it appears Lilium is away from the main town of Fira so would be a hassle going into town? My partner and I are young and would like to easily be able to go get food, shop and walk around.

    It appears Oia is a good option for beautiful sunset views but my question is, does it offer just as breath-taking caldera views as Fira? My priority is stunning caldera view over sunset. Also, is Oia away from the hustle and bustle? But i’ve heard many good things about Oia which is why I am torn!

    What hotels could you recommend for a budget of around 250euros/night? and whether we should stay in Fira or Oia?

    Our preference in order of priority is:

    1) Stunning views of Caldera
    2) Close proximity to shops, restaurants, etc
    3) Beautiful Sunset views

    Thanks so much!

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      I slightly prefer Fira to Oia – but both are great. In Fira I highly recommend Kavalari Hotel and Nefeles Luxury Suites. Both have great views, are very central, and meet your budget requirements.

  32. Santorini for 8 Days in the Summer

    Hey Dave,

    This site has been an invaluable resource in preparing for the Santorini leg of our honeymoon! I was wondering if you had any suggestions for a boat charter? I was looking at doing either a private sailboat or power boat charter for a half day for my fiance and I while spending hopefully less than 1000 euros. Any thoughts?

    Also, I was thinking about renting a car for a few days during our trip to explore the countryside… what is the parking situation like in Oia? We are planning to be at Santorini Secret for the duration of the trip and was wondering if it would be difficult to park near the hotel?

    Thanks in advance!
    Eric

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      For chartering a boat:
      How to Charter a Yacht or Boat on Santorini.

      For parking in Oia:
      Yes it’s busy and parking can be tricky but you’ll always be able to find a place. There is nearly always parking down this street in Oia. It’s the turn off to Tholos and Baxedes (you can see the street sign in blue) – and if drive past the garbage you see on the right there will be space to park. But if you do indeed stay at Santorini Secret, they have free parking for guests so give them a call (+30 22860 27337) as you pull into town and they’ll tell you where to go.

  33. Cave Hotel with Caldera View that Accepts Children

    Hi Dave,

    Thanks for an absolutely amazing website — this has been a ton of help helping me understand the layout of Santorini and where we might and might not want to stay. Can you give me a couple of particular hotel recommendations? We will be travelling with our daughter (10) and after having read all the information, I think we want to stay in Firostefani or Imerovgli, as they will hopefully be quieter than Fira but still close in. What we’re looking for, in order of importance, is (1) a hotel that accepts children, (2) a cave hotel, (3) not more than 300 Euros a night, max, (4) that is fairly quiet and private but (5) still has a caldera view. We do NOT need a pool or bar or anything really fancy. Is this too much to ask for, or are there any hotels that might work for us?

    Thanks so much!
    Angela

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Sunny Villas is a great hotel, not too expensive, wonderful hotel, cave suites, and incredible views.

  34. Remezzo or White in Imerovigli

    Hi Dave,

    My husband and I are heading to Santorini for May 24th – May 29th. Do you think 5 nights is a good amount of time? I really want to stay in Imerovigli as it seems to suite us best.

    I am looking at either Remezzo or White for hotels. Which would you recommend?

    Thank you so much for your recommendations. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks.
    Caroline

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Both are great. Remezzo has more privacy. They are just a few minutes walk from each other but White has more people passing by and peering into your personal space. But it also feels more a part of the village with the lanes winding around the property, so there’s a tradeoff. Fantastic views from both. 5 nights is perfect for Santorini.

  35. AirBnb on Santorini

    Hi Dave –

    Great, informative website for a first timer heading to Santorini for one leg of my upcoming honeymoon. My fiance and I are younger, so leaning towards staying in Fira to be close to public transportation and the nightlife. I found a few good options through Air BnB. Any tips while using these types of sites? I am concerned that we won’t know exactly what we are going to get when booking through Air BnB as opposed to booking through a hotel. Here is an example of one of the potential suites that interested me. Thanks in advance for everything!

    Scott Durco

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Yes, that looks like a shady listing to me. Partly because it’s really Nefeles Luxury Suites in Fira. They’ve taken the pictures from the website and the description (with some misspellings) and reposted it. It’s just about always better to book through Booking.com or the hotel directly. But in any case, Airbnb doesn’t work very well for the Greek Islands.

  36. Great Pre-Wedding Hotel

    Hi Dave,

    Thank you so much for this amazing site. As others have stated, I wish you had a site for many other locations.

    So, here’s the thing: My sister is getting married this summer and before they say “I do” her and her fiance are doing a pre-wedding trip that will be right before their bachelor/bachelorette parties.

    My parents and I wanted to give them a gift and were hoping to stay within $3,000. I have found some places that would be able to work in this price range, but still need a lot of help. Looking for June 22-27 and was thinking Imerovigli would be a great location, but after reading your replies to other travelers it seems that it might not be as lively. They are both 26 years old and love to eat and have a good time. I am afraid Imerovigli might get too sleepy for them.

    If in Imerovigli, are there specific 5 star hotels you suggest? I was looking at Dreams Suites (either Nefeli Jacuzzi Suite or Villa Iaokasi, which do you suggest), Sophia Luxury Suites, or San Antonio Suites? Would love to be able to afford the Grace Hotel, but I think that’s a bit too expensive. Also, what do you think of Chromata?

    If in Fira, what are your best recommendations? The requirements would be updated decor, direct water views, and if possible private pool or jacuzzi. Close to restaurants and night life.

    If you can reply within the next couple days, it would mean a lot. Her bridal shower is 5 days away.

    Thank you!
    Dee

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Imerovigli is my favorite town on Santorini and that’s where I’d recommend. Sophia Suites would be my top choice of the ones you mention unless you were looking for something very secluded and quiet, in which case go with San Antonio (but there’s almost nothing within walking distance). In Fira, the choices for 5 star hotels are much more limited but my favorite would be Cosmopolitan Suites.

  37. Which Towns in Santorini and Naxos

    We are planning a trip to Greece in August. We are planning to stay three nights in Santorini and three nights in Naxos. Which town on each of the islands do you think would be best for our group which consists of husband and wife in their mid 50’s, two daughters and theirs husbands all about 30 years old and a mother 70 years old. Some beach time, restaurants are important, nightlife but not disco type until maybe midnight.
    Thanks,
    Paul Dolan

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      On Santorini, since you want access to some nightlife, then you want to be in Fira or Firostefani (unless you don’t mind taking a taxi back in the late evening in which case it really doesn’t matter where you stay between Fira, Firostefani, Imerovigli, or Oia). In Naxos, Naxos Town is my favorite place to stay – easy access to several beaches and where you’ll find the best restaurants on the island.

  38. Sunny Villas or Ira Hotel

    Help us decide: Firostefani or Imerovigli.
    Hi Dave,
    We’re from San Francisco USA, and will end our Greek trip (September) in Santorini after a week in Crete. We’re down to two hotels that fit our needs and budget: Sunny Villas in Imerovigli, or Ira Hotel in Firostefani. Sunny Villas looks a bit more “wow”, whereas Ira seems to be in a bit of a better location. We’re only on the island for two days, not interested in shopping; just enjoying the views, maybe “walking the path” one of the day, sitting around a pool, and not walking too far to get our lunch or dinner meals.
    Any thoughts?
    Thanks,
    Jan Herwitz

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Both are very nice with good locations and restaurants within a short walk. Sunny Villas is close to more of my favorites but this isn’t a huge difference (and they serve a simple breakfast at Mezzo which is a wonderful little restaurant with great views). The two hotels are about a 12 minute walk from each other. Ira Hotel has more privacy while Sunny Villas has a more direct sunset view. Sunny Villas has more steps to get to the hotel, while Ira has some multi-level rooms that have tricky steps within the suite. I’d lean towards Sunny Villas but both are good moderately-priced hotels.

  39. Athens, Mykonos, Santorini for Anniversary

    Dear Dave
    At the outset, let me thank you for the advice you gave me for my trip to Greece 6 months back. We followed your advice and had an amazing time in your beautiful country.

    Now, I’m planning a trip for my Mom-Dad (both in their early 50’s) in May, who will be celebrating their 30th Wedding anniversary there.
    Their anniversary falls on 9th of May and the maximum time they can spare is one week. So, accordingly, I thought of following two options:
    OPTION 1:
    – 6th May – Arrive in Athens and stay one night at Electra Palace
    – 7th May – Fly to Mykonos and stay for the weekend (7th and 8th) at Poseidon
    – 9th May – Sail by Ferry to Santorini and stay at Andronis Luxury Suites in Oia for 2 nights
    – 11th May – Fly back to Athens and stay one night
    – 12th May – Fly Back home

    OPTION 2:
    – 8th May – Arrive in Athens and stay one night at Electra Palace
    – 9th May – Fly to Santorini and stay at Andronis Luxury Suites in Oia for 2 nights
    – 11th May – Sail by Ferry to Mykonos and stay for 2 nights at Poseidon
    – 13th May – Fly back to Athens and stay one night
    – 14th May – Fly Back home

    Kindly help with the following:
    1. Whether this time of the year (May) is good for visiting Mykonos (considering “weather for beaches” as well as “party scene”)?

    2. If you say the time is good, is it better to arrive in Mykonos during weekend (OPTION 1 above) or weekdays are equally good (OPTION 2 above) ? I want them to be in Santorini from 9th to 11th May, so that they celebrate their anniversary there. So I’m confused whether they should visit Mykonos before or after Santorini. Coming later will mean a little more towards the mid-of-May (warmer weather) and coming earlier will mean being there on Saturday & Sunday. Kindly suggest.

    3. Are the properties chosen at these locations good, or do you suggest some other instead?

    Kindly help me with the above queries, I want their anniversary to be memorable in every which way.
    Looking forward to your reply.
    Regards
    Aditya Grover

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Both are fine but I’d lean towards option 2 as the ferry journey is substantially shorter between Athens and Mykonos than between Athens and Santorini – so flying Athens to Santorini is a good choice. Mykonos will be a little busier on weekends but no great difference – it’s still pretty quiet in May. Everything is open but there isn’t any rocking nightlife or large parties. Weather in May should be nice but they should be prepared for cool weather just in case.

  40. Oia with a Toddler

    HI Dave
    I love your site. I had a query though – I want to visit santorini in April and I have a a very active 14 month toddler. I would love to stay in Oia and would prefer the caldera side of the island to stay in but I am worried about his safety regarding the steps and the pavements. Is it risky?
    I would like to know about the weather in April? Will it rain?
    Thanks a lot.
    Somna Nikhil

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Oia is the best caldera town for young children. It has the fewest steps and the main foot path that runs for almost a KM is mostly flat and even stroller-friendly for the most part. There are tricky parts and steep steps in places all around the village but in general I would not call it “risky”. April is a transition month from the grey rainy weather of winter to the sunny clear skies of summer so you should expect (and plan for) both.

  41. Grace or Astra?

    Hi Dave,

    My boyfriend and I are booking a trip in June. We are debating between Astra Suites and Grace Santorini (junior or honeymoon suite). Astra Suites has incredible reviews but we can’t help but thinking that the rooms look a bit dated (a little 70s style?). What are we missing that we don’t see in the pictures? We love the look/decor of the rooms at Katikies but don’t want to stay in Oia. Do the rooms not do Astra justice? Do you prefer the rooms at Astra or Grace? Which hotel do you prefer as a whole? Let me know your thoughts, thanks so much! And thanks for having such an incredibly helpful website!

    -Sarah

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      You’re right, the rooms at Grace are more luxurious and has a much larger pool. It’s usually a little more expensive than Astra but if budget is not an issue then I’d go with Grace. Both have wonderful views and are only a 2 minute walk from each other.

  42. How Many Days in Santorini, Naxos, and Athens

    Hey Dave,

    Great website!
    `
    I’m looking to spend 2 weeks in Greece and looking to break it up by Athens (2 days), Santorini (6 days), Naxos (4 days). Would you shift around any of the distribution of the days?

    Thanks,
    Shreyas Mehta

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      That sounds like the perfect amount of days in each place.

  43. Santorini in winter

    Hi Dave

    Your website really is a great resource. I’m going to be in Santorini in January and was just wondering if the town is going to be completely dead? A friend and I were thinking of staying at Alexander Boutique Hotel just outside Oia, but do you think it would be better to stay in Fira instead? Will we still be able to see the famed sunsets in January and should we bother taking this into account when booking our accommodation? Where would you recommend staying for a perfect caldera view and sunset in Oia or Fira? Will there be any nightlife at all and will the beach towns and restaurants at the Amoudi Bay definitely be closed? Could you recommend things to do during Santorini’s ‘down time’? And also a ridiculously good place for delicious seafood? Lots of questions, I know!

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      I would stay in Fira and if you did stay in Oia it would be best to stay closer to the main area. (Unless you’re really after quiet and seclusion and then it’s a fine choice.)

  44. Germany, Santorini, Athens

    Dave, Thank you very much in advance. This site is a gem! I am planning my honeymoon for next Sept. we will be coming from the United States via Oktoberfest in Munich for 2/3 days. We have Santorini as a must of our two island tour. We are considering for our second island Sifnos, Naxos or Folegandros. We will also spend a day or two in Athens before returning to the states. Please suggest a logical itinerary for minimal hassle. We arrive in Munich 9/21 and can fly via Athens to Santorini or Naxos on 9/23 or directly to Santorini 9/24. Depending on which day we arrive in Greece … We will have either 8 or 9 true days before our travel day home on 10/3. Thank you, Brendan

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      I would fly directly to Santorini on the 24th and save yourself the hassle of going through Athens and transiting to Santorini (since you’ll already be hitting Athens on the return). Then Blue Star Ferry to Naxos on the 28 or 29th. Then Blue Star Ferry on the 1st to Athens. (If your flight leaves late on the 3rd, giving you the whole day, you could leave Naxos on the 2nd instead.)

  45. Santorini over New Years

    Hi Dave, I am planning to visit Santorini between 31th December ~ 2 January, will it a bad time to visit?

    Regards,
    Aileen Lee

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      I wouldn’t call it a bad time but it will be very quiet. Weather could be cold, grey, and rainy or might be spring-like, there’s no way to know. Stay in Fira if you do go.

  46. Scirocco Apartments in Santorini

    Hi there,
    Just came across your site – am thrilled to find a real person to ask!
    Coming for a wedding in beginning of June and need about 7 rooms – all of various abilities and sizes (I know, tricky). We are speaking to Scirocco Apartments and they seem to have some great rooms.
    Any advice if we do go with them or other hotels/apartments you would recommend?

    Thanks!

    Rebecca

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Scirocco is great value for what you get. Nice pool and amazing views. Lots of steps to get from the hotel up to Fira’s main street – so not for anyone with mobility issues.

      1. Rebecca

        Thanks – so is there no other way to get into town or could we get taxis? There are some older folks in our group. Would you recommend another place under $200/night where we could book multiple rooms?

        1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

          The hotel is down the cliff of the caldera, so no, there is no other way up to the town besides the steps. Two less expensive hotels in Firostefani you should check are Villa Ilias and Hotel Maria Damigou. Both have rooms with caldera views and not many steps, and taxis can pull relatively close to the hotel.

  47. Katikies, Perivolas, Canaves

    Hi Dave,

    Staying in Santorini for 3 nights 5/31-6/3. Which hotel would you pick between: Katikies, Perivolas, or Canaves. They all look amazing so think the deciding factors would be 1. Are any of them adults only 2. Which has best sunset views and 3. Which has the nicest basic room (if we don’t splurge for a suite).

    Thanks for your help! Might have a few questions on Naxos vs Paros as well!
    Kristin

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      1. None of them allow children younger than twelve or thirteen. 2. None of them have direct sunset views, though from Perivolas you’ll see the moon set for the longest duration before setting over the town. From Katikies and Canaves it’s a 10 minute walk to the north tip of Oia where you can watch the sunset. From Perivolas, you’re best to walk the other way (towards Imerovigli) where you can get a great sunset view in about a 10 minute walk. 3. I’d say Perivolas has the best basic room (it’s also smaller than Canaves and Katikies and has fewer rooms). The only drawback to Perivolas is that it’s in the section of Oia that is beyond the end of the main foot path, so you need to walk on the road for a minute or two before re-finding the path.

  48. San Antonio Suites in Santorini

    Hi Dave,

    We booked our honeymoon for San Antonio Suites in Imerovigli next August, what do you make of this hotel? Are there restaurants nearby and entertainment? Also is it walking distance to the busier resorts? Thanks! Brilliant site!

    Nikki

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      San Antonio is a wonderful hotel with great views – but it is isolated from the main towns. There is not much nearby. You’re a 30 minute walk to Imerovigli and 1 hour to Oia – both incredibly beautiful walks. There’s a bus stop just up the road with buses heading to both Oia and Fira (opposite directions). Stay here if you want a quiet, peaceful honeymoon. Not so great for hitting lots of restaurants or nightlife. (There are always taxis too but they can be hard to get when you need them.)

  49. King Thiras Hotel / Limited Mobility

    First, I must say what a great site! Thank you for the time and effort you put into answering eveyones’ questions.

    A friend and I will be in Santorini in June and I am making all the arrangments. Fira is my choice as it is near to public transport, etc. My friend suffers with swollen legs in the heat and although she can manage a few steps, a lot all the time would be an effort. She was very fit and active until chemotherapy. I have booked at King Thiras Hotel which I can cancel without fee. I am now concerned that this hotel is only reached by many steps. I have read conflicting reviews about this, that it is only two minutes walk from the centre. Also, is the centre of Fira level? Perhaps you can advise other hotels/apartments if you think the King Thiras not suitable.

    Any hotel advice you can give would be most appreciated.

    Susan

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      The hotel itself is pretty good for accessing without steps. A car can pull right up to the front door and you can get to the caldera views with a just a short walk and not much up and down. And you can get to a few restaurants (some with views) within a few minutes walk. So in that sense, good. But if you wanted to do much else – shopping or a wider choice of restaurants – then you’d be looking at a long walk (for someone in your friends’ condition) to Fira down a steep path with many steps. (Of course, you could have a taxi take you to Fira instead.) There are 2 hotels right in the center of the main shopping area in Fira that are in a more lively area – The Atlantis and the Aressana Spa Hotel, but they will be more expensive than the King Thiras.

  50. Mesaria in Santorini

    What about staying in Mesaria? A couple places that look fairly nice on booking.com have shown up. What is your opinion of that area?

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Mesaria is about 2 miles south of Fira. I don’t think any of the hotels listed as Mesaria will have caldera views but they are good value. You’d probably want to rent a car if you stayed here though there are buses and you can walk to Fira if you wanted. There’s not a lot around here but it’s not a terrible area by any means.

  51. Large Villa for Rent in Santorini

    Hi Dave,
    Do you have any recommendations for a place to hold a yoga retreat? Ideally it would have enough space on a deck or in a room inside for anywhere between 10-16 people.
    Thank you!
    Lauren

    1. Santorini DaveSantorini Dave Hotels + Travel

      Villa Oia Mansion has huge decks (two), wonderful sunset views, a large jacuzzi, and full kitchen. It comfortably sleeps 8 people.

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