Santorini travel blog

Keep up with SantoriniExperts and learn everything about Oia, Fira and Thirassia island, from useful tips for your trip to suggestions for various activities.

Are you traveling to Santorini around the middle of September this year? If you happen to be here on September 15th, you are in store to witness a spectacle from the volcano like no other!

Santorini is not only home to the locals, seasonal employees and tourists, it is home for many cats, dogs and donkeys too. And just like the rest of the world, this island paradise also must take action to protect these vulnerable inhabitants.

There is no wonder why thousands of couples each year choose Santorini as their wedding and/or honeymoon destination.  With the majestic caldera, stunning volcano views, crystal clear waters, black sand beaches and white and blue domed villages… Santorini makes the dreams of an exotic wedding on an island paradise come to life!

If you happen to be so lucky as to be visiting Santorini during the Easter week, you are in for a special treat, as you will have the chance to experience the most impressive Good Friday celebration in all of Greece! 

    The Greek islands are a dream destination for millions of people worldwide, totaling 6000 islands scattered throughout the Aegean and Ionian Seas. These islands range from small named rocks, small uninhabited islands, quaint secluded beauties, to highly touristic islands known worldwide.

Yes, I know, this is not a cooking or recipe page, but because of the many requests we received we have decided to lift the secret: Today you will learn how to prepare the most traditional dish of the island – tomato fritters or fried tomato balls or in Greek Tomatokeftedes.

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