Freshly prepared BBQ meal on board with an option to choose vegetarian menu
Selection of unlimited drinks, including wine, beer, soft drinks and water.
Round trip transportation from your hotel or villa
Towels (to be returned to the crew)
English speaking captain & crew
Santorini Catamaran Private Cruise Bali 4.1
Top Value for money cruise in Santorini!
Boarding at Vlychada port at 10:30am in case you choose the day (morning) tour or the full day tour. Disembarkation at Vlychada Port
The most famous beach on Santorini is the Volcanic Red Beach. These rock formation color and structure are a product of the island's history of volcanic eruptions. Santorini's Red Beach is without a doubt one of the most beautiful and unique beaches on the island, distinguished by its color! The beach is especially suitable for snorkelers because of the untamed scenery and interesting marine life.
White Beach and Limestone: The sand is not white, as the name implies, but rather black. The numerous white pebbles and massive white rocks give this beach its name. The coast is shallow, and the water is extremely clear, making a refreshing swim quite appealing! White Beach, in stark contrast to its red colored sister, is a wonder in its own way.
Mesa Pigadia is a little bay encircled by spectacular volcanic rocks that provide protection from the fierce north winds. Swimming and relaxation are both possible in this region. Furthermore, the caved constructions known as "syrmata," which were erected by local fisherman to secure their boats during the winter, lend a beautiful touch to the natural beauty of the environment with their colorful doors. For the more brave, there is also a cave that leads to White Beach.
The black lava rocks of Black Mountain are prehistoric masterpieces with strange and unusual patterns. This location in the island's south is inaccessible by car. A boat journey is the only way to see the coast's volcanic magnificence.
You'll want to make sure you have your camera ready to photograph this rock formation, which is known as Indian face rock. Indian rock, located in the south of the island, is a unique rock formation that some compare to an Indian profile, while others see the face of Spyridon Marinatos, the archaeologist who found the archaeological site of Akrotiri.
The Venetian Lighthouse is located next to the Indian Rock on the island's southwest edge, just past the historic village of Akrotiri. It looks south, away from the caldera, and onto the deep blue expanse of open sea. This lighthouse is reputed to be one of Greece's best. Built in 1892 to run on oil, it has since been modified to run on electricity and is still in operation today.
As the yacht sails close the shore, take in the view of Santorini's two islands (Palaia Kameni and Nea Kameni), which were produced by black lava. The Volcano (underwater) is responsible for the island's current structure and morphology, making it one of the most essential aspects and attractions of Santorini. Santorini was formerly a much larger, round island, hence its name, Strogili (=circular), before various volcanic explosions occurred throughout the years, some of which were undersea.
In addition, the famed Hot Springs, located in the foothills of Palaia Kameni island, are known for their therapeutic properties. They are mild warm and full of iron-rich waters. You can relax in a different mud bath while admiring the breathtaking view of the Caldera on the other side.
Views from the rim of the caldera: Admire the incredible and massive cliffs and the Caldera rim from the water, as well as the magnificent white-washed villages located atop Santorini's cliffs. While on a ship in Santorini, this is the greatest backdrop for your photos.
Thirasia Island is a small island off the coast of Santorini, just one nautical mile away from the village of Oia. Thirasia is a peaceful, historic island with a bygone period vibe that values history and authenticity. Thirasia is similar to Santorini in many ways, including the unique terrain morphology, the architectural architecture of dwellings and churches, and the breathtaking views.
The island of Aspronisi (Greek for "white island") is a small uninhabited rocky island located within the Santorini caldera, just west of Santorini and the Kameni islands, and south of Thirassia. The huge Minoan eruption in the 2nd millennium BC created the island, which was then gradually built up by subsequent volcanic activity. The name Aspronisi comes from the fact that the island is partially made up of white pumice. The islet has two pebble beaches and a tiny harbour, however the island is dominated by sheer cliffs, making landings difficult.
Ammoudi Bay and St Nicholas Islet: Ammoudi is Oia's lovely harbor, a little village with only a few traditional structures constructed around the natural bay. There are port services and a few pubs in Ammoudi. During the summer, several fishing and excursion boats moor there, creating a very picturesque landscape. Ammoudi is surrounded by imposing steep red cliffs and is regarded one of Santorini's most attractive places.
The St. Nicholas islet is a rocky little island about 20 meters off the coast that serves as a swimming target. This small rocky island is well-known for its platform from which you can leap or dive into the Aegean Sea's crystal-clear waters (depth over 1,000m).
Armeni Bay: On Santorini's northwest coast, below the beautiful village of Oia, is the charming Armeni cove, which gives scenic views of the caldera and the nearby island of Therasia. It is a safe area to drop anchor a few meters south of Ammoudi Bay and is accessible by boats.
Eftapedes Saints Cave Chapel: To the east of Armeni beach is the secret chapel of Agii Eftapedes (The Holy Seven Youths of Ephesus).
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