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Let us explore the traditional villages of Santorini, unbeknownst to most as they are not the top touristic attractions on the island. The villages of Firostefani, Imerovigli, Pyrgos and Akrotiri, while heard of by many, are not discovered and thoroughly explored by the masses. Let it be said and true, however, that after visiting these fascinating and extraordinary villages, anyone will exclaim that their expectations of beauty and delight were greatly surpassed.
From traditional to touristic, the many villages of Santorini can amaze the tastes and desires of every type. While each village will host the famous white and blue domed churches, notable of the Greek islands, the differences in the many villages are vast.
Sunsets and Sunrises in Santorini
Breathtaking, marvelous, stunning, astonishing, inspirational, heart-stirring, majestic, gorgeous, grandiose, exalting, striking, impressive, uplifting, magnificent, transcendent, sublime, stimulating… these are just some of the many adjectives I’ve overheard from onlookers staring in an unwavering gaze at the incredible sunset of Santorini.
Santorini, adorned for its magical setting, history and volcanic landscape, is also an island known for its vivacious nightlife. On Santorini, visitors can find a plethora of nighttime entertainment venues as the island is packed with bars, clubs, discos and cafés that play a wide selection of different kinds of music, sure to satisfy every musical style.
Santorini is deeply rich in history. Not only is this magnificent island known for its volcano and history, it is also known for the many changes and transformations it has taken on over time in the means of geological shape, leadership and names, to mention a few.