5 Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Santorini

Santorini is one of the most beautiful islands in Greece and among the most popular ones around the world. Visiting the island for 7 days, I came up with some essential things you need to know before visiting.

 

1.Rent a car or an ATV

We were staying in the middle of the island (Kamari). The furthest we had to drive was 40 minutes with traffic.You definitely need a mean of transportation, since it is truly worth it to go around the whole island. There are also local buses that depart every half an hour.

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2. 3 days are enough

We were so eager to see everything and afraid that we will not make it in 7 days. Within 5 days we had visited each area more than 2 times and we spend the last 2 lying on the beach.

 

3. Enjoy the fresh fish

They have the freshest and tasty fish in Greece. Do not miss the traditional foods, such as fava, santorinia salad, kapari and tomatoes.

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4. A bit overpriced

Compared to Europe, the prices in Santorini re pretty much the same. But comparing them to Greece, they are a bit much. However, you get what you pay for. The food quality is outstanding and so is the view no matter where you go.

 

5.Hike to go swimming

Some of the most beautiful beaches on the island require some hiking on mountains. So, be prepared with hats and water.

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3 thoughts on “5 Things You Need To Know Before Visiting Santorini

  1. We stayed at Perivolos, round the mountain from Kamari. You definitely do need transport. We opted for a quad bike, which was fantastic.
    2 or 3 days? try weeks for us. Yes, you can see everything in a couple of days. For us a week was too short. We found it great to chill on the beach for a while every day, then go somewhere.Depends on what kind of experience you are looking for.
    With a busy 2018, we are definitely looking for a return visit.

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