Explore the history of Santorini at Akrotiri, an ancient city buried by a volcanic eruption around 1627 BC. Considered a likely inspiration for Plato's Atlantis, much of Akrotiri has been preserved by volcanic ash with fine frescoes, vases and stunning bronze-age artworks now held at The Museum of Prehistoric Thera.
Red Beach gets its name from its unique bright red sand. Surrounded by steep hills, wild scenery and vivid turquoise waters, this unusual beach is a haven for both sun lovers and snorkellers. You can also take a short boat trip from Red Beach to the relaxing White Beach and swap those red sands, for white.
Explore Santorini from the sea in the comfort of a luxury yacht and discover the beauty of sailing in the caldera. Enjoy a relaxing swim, find a private beach and later, catch a Santorini sunset from the deck of your boat, where you can watch the sea and sky change from blue to red.
Take a boat to Therasia, and explore the small island that sits opposite Santorini. With sleepy villages, quaint towns and impressive scenery shaped by the volcanic eruption, this island is a wonderful place to spend a day. Better yet, when you're done exploring, you can relax and unwind at the volcanic hot springs of Therasia.
Uncork the famous wines of Santorini and discover the island's unique vineyards from grape to bottle. Learn more about the history of Santorini's wines and how the volcanic landscape adds to the flavour of the indigenous grapes. Sample the produce and enjoy local delicacies. Be sure to try Vinsanto wine, a traditional winemaking process that dates back thousands of years.