Get out of the boat to the little port of the volcano and enjoy 1.5 hours free time to climb on the top of the volcano see and take pictures of the active crater and walk on its rims and learn from our Guide how volcanic eruptions created Santorini.
Get back on the boat and continue your cruise to “Palia Kameni” Island (New Burnt) for swimming in the thermal springs created by the volcano’s underwater power. The water temperature ranges from 25-30 degrees Celsius during the summer.
Your next stop is the island of Thirasia, the sister Island of Santorini, where you will have the time to eat in the traditional taverns near to the small port, swim in the crystal waters or/ and visit the village of Manolas on the top of the cliff and enjoy the reverse view of Santorini.
After the 2 hours pleasant break on the Island of Thirassia, we start sailing near the volcanic cliffs of Oia Village to take pictures of the unique scenery.
The boat sails to the small Port of Oia, named “Armeni” where you will disembark. At the picturesque port of Oia your can enjoy the view, take great photos and reach the famous village of Oia by foot using the big board steps or by donkey which is the traditional way of transportation in the narrow streets of the island!
Walk around and explore the beautiful village of Oia and admire one of the most famous sunset in the world!
After the sunset the buses will be waiting for you in the Oia Buses Meeting Point and you will be dropped off at the starting meeting point, near to your Hotel
The perfect opportunity to appreciate all that the Island of Santorini has to offer. Walk on the Volcano’s black land, enjoy swimming in the thermal waters, experience Caldera’s Island hopping, visit Thirassia Island, taste local cuisine and admire the picturesque Sunset in the Village of Oia, the most famous Sunset in the World
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More Details: The port of Athinios is the main port of the island of Santorini. Located at the foot of the caldera is 8 km away from Fira, the capital of the island and 7 km from the International Airport of Santorini.
The port of Athinios is the main reception pillar for visitors coming from the sea. It is connected to the port of Piraeus daily and throughout the year and the nearby islands. Routes and connections multiply during the summer months.