There are more churches than houses on the island, although most of these are very small and private. Wine is a major industry here. The hot, dry climate is perfect for growing grapes, and if you like to visit wineries and go wine tasting, you’ll love Santorini. By the way, the vines are grown in coils on the ground, rather than on a trellis like you typically see in many other vineyards around the world. This is done because it’s very windy on Santorini.
A spec of paradise has been carved into the hills of Oia.
A dreamlike destination inspired by a Greek myth SAINT Luxury Suites consists of a complex of former homes, barns, and cellars on the island of Santorini.
Located among a strip of buildings that form the edge of the village of Oia. The hotel consists of a reception, sixteen suites, a restaurant, a common pool area, and a spa-gym, spread across six levels. Saint is all about letting loose- being wild and free… There are no limits when it comes to luxury and pleasure. Here, you will find everything you have been longing for, everything your heart desires!
Grace Hotel Santorini
Hotel’s guests can enjoy eye-catching caldera views whilst taking a refreshing dip in the hotel’s pool. As day comes to an end, guests can admire Santorini’s famous sunset in the privacy of their suite’s veranda. Where style meets nature, these luxury suites symbolize the typical Cycladic allure. Each suite boasts a private balcony with panoramic views, while some of the suites feature private outdoor Jet Tub or private pools.
Canaves Oia Santorini
Cavo Tago Santorini