Santorini All Inclusive Resorts

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Updated: October 29, 2023
By Santorini Dave

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The Keti Hotel in Fira, Santorini is excellent value and includes free breakfast and fantastic caldera views.

All Inclusive Resorts in Santorini – 11 Things to Know

1. There are no true All Inclusive Hotels in Santorini. If you’re looking for an all-inclusive holiday or vacation that includes all meals then Santorini is not the place. The hotels on Santorini are generally small, unique, and family-owned. While there are plenty of Boutique Hotels in Santorini (the island is known for its luxury accommodations) there are also some inexpensive places to stay that are clean, well-maintained, and great value. Santorini does not have to be expensive – there are plenty of good, cheap Santorini hotels.

2. There are some all-inclusive holiday packages that do include hotel, flight, and ferry transportation. While these can be cheap package holidays, in general, they are not the best way to book a holiday to Santorini.

3. You will get the best deals, the best hotels, and the best flights (times and routes) if you book your hotel and flight separately and not as part of a holiday package. The best website to use for flights is and the best website for reserving hotels is Private transport to your Santorini hotel from the airport or ferry port can be booked in advance through Welcome Pickups. Your total costs may initially seem better with a package holiday but the hotels, in particular, that you get by booking on your own are much better quality and value.

4. The best time to visit Santorini is from April to early November. If you want good beach weather then late May to early October is the time to go. If you’re more interested in food, wine, and sightseeing then April to June and September to mid-November is best.

5. The best hotels in Santorini (and the best places to stay) are in Fira, Oia, Imerovigli, and Firostefani. These towns have direct views of the caldera and volcano. Staying in one of these 4 towns is what makes Santorini so incredible and unique. Highly recommended!

6. Santorini is filled with great restaurants and tavernas. Eating in Santorini is a highlight of visiting. These are my favorite restaurants in Santorini.

7. One week is a perfect length of time to visit Santorini. The island is loaded with things to see, do, and explore. It’s a small island – and easy to get around – but don’t think that there isn’t lots of sightseeing. Doing a Santorini boat tour and wine tour are a must!

8. Try to visit more than one island if you have more than one week in Greece. Santorini, Crete, Mykonos, and Athens all have direct flights from London, Manchester, and Edinburgh (as well as Paris, Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Venice, and Milan) so it’s easy to fly into one destination and fly out of a different one. This way you save the time and expense of backtracking to get your return flight home. The most popular itinerary is to fly into Santorini, ferry to Naxos or Paros, ferry to Mykonos, and fly home.

9. The Best Hotels in Santorini. Luxury Hotels: Grace Santorini (Imerovigli) and Katikies (Oia) • Midrange Hotels: Kavalari (Fira) and Agali Houses (Firostefani) • Cheap Hotels: San Giorgio (Fira) and Agnadi Villas (Oia).

10. Adults-Only Hotels: Grace Santorini (14+ years) • Canaves Oia Suites (18+ years) • Kivotos Santorini (18+ years)

11. The single best thing to do in Santorini is the hike along the caldera from Fira to Oia. Amazing! Other great things to do are a boat tour of the caldera and sunset, visiting the ancient site of Akrotiri, and doing a wine tour of Santorini’s small and wonderful wineries. These are my favorite tours and attractions in Santorini.

Recommended Greece Travel Agents

  • Fantasy Travel – If you’d like the help of a travel agent then this is a good for planning trips to Greece and the Greek islands. (Though a travel agency isn’t a necessity.)

About Santorini Dave

Santorini Dave Author Bio. Santorini Dave was started in 2011 by a guy who loved Greece, travel, and great hotels. We're now a small team of writers and researchers on a mission to deliver the most helpful travel content on the internet. We specialize in Santorini, Mykonos, Athens, and Greece and recommend the best hotels, best neighborhoods, and best family hotels in top destinations around the world. We also make hotel maps and travel videos. I can be contacted at

  1. All Inclusive Beach Resort in Santorini

    I was searching for a Santorini all-inclusive honeymoon. I realize that Santorini doesn’t have all-inclusive hotels but where (what town) would have the most relaxing beach-holiday type of atmosphere? Would also like to be close to the caldera towns. Thanks.

    1. Santorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Kamari is the town you’re looking for. Very relaxing and friendly vibe. Only 15 minute drive from Fira and the caldera/volcano views.

  2. Cheap All Inclusive Holidays to Santorini

    Was hoping to save money with a cheap all-inclusive hotel in Santorini. You say they’re not available but we’re still keen to go. What would you recommend for a plan to save money and keep this holiday on the cheap side. We’ll be flying London Heathrow to Santorini on EasyJet. Thanks!

    1. Santorini Dave The Hotel Expert

      Ideas for saving money on a Santorini holiday:
      • Get at a hotel that has free breakfast (breakfast can be expensive) or buy fruit, yogurt, honey, and a croissant to eat breakfast in your hotel room (most hotels have a small fridge).
      • Eat souvlaki or gyro for lunch (both Fira and Oia have good gyro restaurants) – cheap and delicious.
      • Eat dinner at a restaurant not on the caldera – they’re cheaper and often better food than restaurants with views.
      • Limit the amount of alcohol.
      • Stay at a hotel not on the caldera as they’ll always be worth 50€ to 100€ for a similar room.
      • Take the bus, not taxis. Buses run from the airport, ferry port, and beaches to Fira (and then onwards to Oia). The bus service is good on Santorini.

      As I say, Santorini can be expensive, but if you look out for just a couple of areas it’s easy to make a holiday very affordable.

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