Enjoy Your Summer Holiday In Santorini
Santorini is an island ring of volcanoes in the Aegean Sea, 200 kilometers southeast of the Greek mainland. The largest island in the ring is also called Santorini. The island's blue and white buildings and the blue sea make it a famous tourist destination.
Located at the southernmost tip of the Cyclades archipelago, Santorini is one of the most famous Greek islands despite its small size. Three and a half thousand years ago there was one of the most violent volcanic eruptions in thousands of years, leaving behind a large crater and ash hundreds of meters thick, which indirectly led to the demise of the Minoan civilization on Crete. Santorini has a special black gravel beach and black sand beach. The climate here is Mediterranean.
Santorini has many famous and attracting beaches. The Perissa Beach is one of Santorini's famous beaches, located on the south side of the island. The main feature of the beach is that the sand is all black. In fact, the sand grains on the island are all black volcanic ash grains. Pykgos is a scenic spot between Borissa Beach and the city of Fina, a 20-minute bus ride from Fina. It is a community of fortresses, with snow-white churches that run from the foot of the hill to the top of the hill, and a bell tower and tower in front of the church. The view is very attractive. People climb to the top of the church for views of nearby vineyard fields and cliffs.
There are many small towns in Santorini , pay attention to the location of the hotel. The best place to stay on Santorini is in Fela, which is easy to get to, or Oia, where you can stay for a night and watch the sunset. You can choose to live by the sea and visit Scylla, Iya and the magical volcano, or stay on top of the volcano and take a bus to the sea.
The unique soil and climate of the volcanic region make it one of the most suitable areas for growing grapes. Raki (a Greek after-dinner drink) is a product of volcanic eruptions. The local tomatoes are worth a try and you will definitely think they are the most delicious tomatoes you have ever eaten.
The island of Santorini offers a multitude of beachfront nighttime entertainment. The nightlife here is amazing, and you might even find a romantic encounter in Scylla. After soaking up the sun on the beach, you still have plenty of time to head back to the hotel for a quick shower and a nap. Then pop into one of the bars, order a glass of wine and watch the sunset. Because everyone here has the same wonderful experience, the bar is a good place to meet people from all over the world. Here, you will also have a deeper understanding of the magic of nature. The bar has just the right atmosphere to let you forget the hustle and bustle of the city, the mundane worries, and experience the priority and freedom of the moment.
Summer in Santorini is idyllic and is the most popular season for tourists. Although it is summer, there is very little rain and the temperature is not as high as in other parts of the Mediterranean. It is not very hot. During Spring Festival and summer, the sky is often blue and cloudless. But the weather changes a lot in autumn and winter. Average temperatures from summer to winter range from 29°C to 12°C, but humidity is high. So if you are wondering for an ideal place to spend your summer vacation, come to Santorini.