Want to experience one of the most romantic sights you can possilby see? Well join us in this full day boat tour to view the Santorinian sunset and capture in your mind this amazing view.Dinner buffet with wine is served and you don’t wanna miss it.
|DEPARTURE TIME||2:00 pm
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|WEAR||Low heeled comfortable shoes, hat, sunscreen|
- Visit the active volcano of Santorini in Nea Kameni Island,where you will have the opportunity to climb on the top of the volcano, see and take photos of the active crater and walk in its rims
- Swim in the hot sulphurus springs of Palia Kameni created by the underwater powers of the volcano
- Sailing above the underwater craters from Palia Kameni to Thirassia Island, the boat will anchor close to the island and you will have the time to sip your wine. Dinner buffet is served!!!
- Enjoy the endless blue in the famous Caldera of Santorini and the picturesque villages on top. In the north cape of Santorini you will admire the magical view of Oia village with its small famous white houses
- The end of the excursion comes on sunset time.If the weather permits, the boat sets sails and the sun dives to the sea. This is the most unforgettable experience of your trip to Santorini
Nea Kameni Island
Nea Kameni is a small uninhabited Greek island of volcanic origin located in the Aegean Sea within the flooded Santorini caldera. Nea Kameni and the neighbouring small island Palea Kameni (the new and old burnt islands) have formed over the past two millennia by repeated eruptions of dacite lava and ash. The Roman historian Cassius Dio records in the year 47 AD “This year a small islet, hitherto unknown, made an appearance close to the island of Thera. Major eruptions over the past 300 years took place in 1707–1712, 1866–1870, 1925–1928, and 1939-1941. The last small eruption happened in 1950 and involved lava dome extrusion.
Palia Kameni, one of the two volcanic islands in the middle of the Santorini Caldera, is home to therapeutic sulfuric mud that is said to help treat skin conditions like acne, eczema, and psoriasis
The island of Thirassia is located in close proximity to Santorini and, in fact, it was once a part of it. The volcanic eruption that happened at around 1500 B.C. broke Santorini into many pieces and Thirassia emerged as one of those. Thirassia is today a virgin island, still untouched by tourism and modern life style. The island of Thirassia is only 9 sq. km in size and has only one hundred and fifty permanent inhabitants.
Oia, pronounced Ia, is the most famous of all villages of Santorini. It is known throughout the world for its quiet life and fantastic sunset, and is certainly the most beautiful and picturesque village of Santorini. The village is also situated on top of an impressive cliff and offers a spectacular view over the volcano of Palia and Nea Kameni and the island of Thirassia. Oia is situated on the north of the island, 11 km away from Fira. It is a traditional village with charming houses in narrow streets, blue domed churches, and sun-bathed verandas. Its streets have plenty of tourist shops, taverns, cafes, and other shops. Oia is much quieter that Fira and the busiest area is the main pedestrian that runs along its length. The volcano from here is much less imposing but you can still get some gorgeous views. Oia has several cultural attractions like the Maritime Museum which houses a small library, items from the maritime life of the area, and the vestiges of a Venetian fortress. Many artists fell in love with the area and settled there. For that reason, the village of Oia has many art galleries.