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Top Hotels in Santorini

Ira Hotel & Spa
Ira Hotel & Spa
4 out of 5
Firostefani, Santorini, Santorini Island
The price is CA $154 per night from Oct 30 to Oct 31
4.7/5Exceptional! (463 reviews)

"Had a great stay at the IRA hotel this week. Given COVID the hotel was short-staffed but the rooms were cleaned on time, breakfast was reasonable and the hotel manager spent a lot of time recommending places to go and bars/restaurants on check-in. He also gave us an upgrade to a caldera view as the ..."…"

Reviewed on Aug. 2, 2020

Ira Hotel & Spa
Volcano View Hotel Santorini
Volcano View Hotel Santorini
5 out of 5
Fira, Santorini, Santorini Island
The price is CA $161 per night from Oct 29 to Oct 30
4.6/5Wonderful! (562 reviews)

"Very clean and comfortable rooms. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Stunning views across the caldera"…"

Reviewed on Oct. 4, 2020

Volcano View Hotel Santorini
Dana Villas & Infinity Suites
Dana Villas & Infinity Suites
4 out of 5
Firostefani, Santorini, Santorini Island
The price is CA $196 per night from Nov 6 to Nov 7
4.4/5Wonderful! (362 reviews)

"The service was SPOT ON. Everything about the staff and the scenery was perfect."…"

Reviewed on Aug. 4, 2020

Dana Villas & Infinity Suites
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Top things to do in Santorini

Santorini Vacation Packages

Blissful weather and postcard-perfect villages atop soaring cliffs: This Greek island is a scenic spot for a peaceful getaway. Santorini perfectly illustrates why tourists adore the Greek islands. The vivid hues of the sea and sky are awe-inspiring, the climate is consistently warm and the atmosphere is unhurried. 


The island may be tranquil today, but its beginnings were very different. A massive volcanic explosion occurred about 3,600 years ago. This “Minoan eruption” formed the crescent-shaped basin, or caldera, now recognized as Santorini. The island gets its name from the 13th-century Venetians, who dedicated it to Saint Irene. In 1956, Santorini was devastated by a major earthquake and much of its ancient architecture was destroyed. However, rebuilding has been considerate of historic style.   

Firá is Santorini’s capital; it’s a major port of call for cruise ships, and one of the best spots for food and nightlife. Picturesque Oia is one of Santorini’s oldest villages. Based at the north tip of the island, Oia is the perfect place to snap pictures of Greece’s iconic whitewashed houses. The spectacular sunsets here have inspired many an artist. In the village of Pyrgos you will see blue-domed churches, old-fashioned tavernas and houses, and a castle dating back to the 15th century.

There are plenty of beaches to visit on Santorini. For comfortable sunbathing, head for the black-sand strips of Perivolos or Perissa. Mesa Pigadia and Pori are good spots to see dramatic rocky coastline.

Santorini’s climate is pleasant throughout the year. Its average daytime temperature is 84 F (29 C) in the summer and 59 F (15 C) in winter. Parts of the island are heavily frequented by tourists in the peak season of summer.

Santorini is served by an airport located on the east side of the island. A decent road network links most major sites. Because Santorini is so small, it’s possible to see most of it affordably by rental car or taxi.