Santorini Breeze Studios Perissa, Santorini, Greece Santorini Breeze Studios  Perissa,  Santorini,  Greece

We have simple yet very pleasant accommodation suitable for all types of travellers, near the largest and most beautiful black beach of Santorini. This whitewashed building of typical Cycladic style is located in a quiet area of Perissa, just 150 metres from the beach. We have non-smoking, soundproofed rooms with air-conditioning, heating ,fully equipped private kitchenettes, a shower, refrigerator and private balcony. There's also facilities for the disabled, free parking, luggage storage and express check-in and check-out. You can relax in our bar, garden, pool with Jaccuzzi or experience the vibrant nightlife just 250 metres from Perivolos beach, with bars, restaurants, a water park and discos. We offer free book exchange, free Wi-Fi, horseback riding, and water sports. We sell Volcano Tours at discounted rate. Location is approximately

Oia Oia

Whitewashed facades, churches with bluish domes, troglodyte houses, ancient oil mills: this is the iconic image of the whole of Greece. Overlooking a cliff, Oia reflects all the island's picturesqueness, and you'll never tire of its magnificent panoramic views over the entire caldera. Its romantic sunsets are a real magnet for lovers! Oia's main attraction is its breathtaking panorama of the volcanic caldera. The terraces offer breathtaking views of the sheer cliffs plunging into the azure sea. It's the ideal place to capture spectacular photos and enjoy a romantic ambience. In the meantime, stroll through the narrow streets, visit the art galleries, discover the many museums and the ruins of the ancient Venetian fortress. Oia's charm also lies in its traditional Cycladic architecture, with its whitewashed houses, characteristic blue domes and narrow streets. Take a stroll through the village, admire the magnificent troglodyte houses and lose yourself in the maze of cobbled streets. Oia is also one of our top 5 must-visit towns on your vacation in Greece!

Fira Fira

Fira is a must-see location that perfectly embodies the essence of this iconic destination. The capital of Santorini, Fira is clinging to the side of a cliff more than 260 meters high, offering breathtaking views of the Aegean Sea and Santorini's famous caldera. Fira captivates visitors with its authentic charm and unique combination of traditional Cycladic architecture and modern touches. Criss-crossed by narrow streets, the town has a special cachet outside the high season, when so many tourists arrive that strolling around is more like the first day of the sales! Fira's main square is a lively meeting place, where visitors can enjoy the friendly atmosphere, relax with a traditional Greek coffee and admire the panoramic view over the caldera. A visit to Fira's archaeological museum is also a must for history buffs, with its collection of ancient artifacts from the island. Boat trips to neighboring islands, hikes along coastal paths and visits to the island's vineyards are all activities not to be missed. Otherwise, it's pleasant to take a stroll, do a little shopping and, above all, dine on the terrace of one of the many restaurants offering a breathtaking view of the horizon... So romantic! Embark on a tour of Santorini via Fira!

Pyrgos Pyrgos

leave the crowds of Fira for the calm of Pyrgos, the island's highest village. It's a picture-postcard Cycladic village, with its traditional architecture, white houses, winding streets, churches, monastery and the ruins of Kasteli castle. This is one of five kastelia built on the island by the Venetians in medieval times. With its cobbled streets, white houses and blue-domed churches, Pyrgos embodies the traditional charm of the Greek Cyclades. As you explore Pyrgos, you'll discover spectacular views of the Santorini caldera and the Aegean Sea. The village is famous for its impressive medieval hilltop castle, offering breathtaking panoramas of the island. Of course, the view is breathtaking, encompassing all the island's villages, vineyards and the infinite horizon in the distance: one of the best spots to admire sunsets. Pyrgos is also renowned for its rich history and cultural heritage. The remains of the ancient medieval city, Byzantine churches and local museums bear witness to its glorious past. When you visit Pyrgos, you'll be captivated by its serene atmosphere, far removed from the hustle and bustle of tourism. It's the ideal place to relax in the quiet alleyways and enjoy the incredible panoramic views over the sea and surrounding countryside.

The ancient city of Thera The ancient city of Thera

The ruins of the ancient city of Thera are located a few kilometers from Perissa, on a rock 350 meters above sea level. It was occupied by Dorian settlers in the 9th century B.C., before the Ptolemies of Egypt moved in: this is why it is in Doric style, with its remains dating from the Ptolemaic era. The ruins of the 8th-century BC temples and sanctuaries, as well as those of the Agora, gymnasium, theater and sacred enclosure, can be seen here. Although the site is very dilapidated, it is nonetheless spectacular. In addition to its historical importance, the ancient city of Thera also offers a unique cultural experience. Visitors can take part in guided tours to learn more about the history and significance of the various sites. The ancient city of Thera is a must-see for archaeology and history enthusiasts. It's a chance to delve into Santorini's fascinating past and appreciate the timeless beauty of this ancient city.