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Semi Private Standard | Santorini Catamaran Cruise with Greek buffet and drinks
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Semi Private Standard | Santorini Catamaran Cruise with Greek buffet and drinks

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Full of hidden coves and snorkeling spots, Santorini’s gorgeous coastline is best seen from the water. This catamaran cruise takes you to a series of beaches and landmarks that can only be reached by boat, with time to soak in the island’s volcanic hot springs, too. Plus, with two tour times to choose from and round-trip transport, food, and snorkeling gear all included, this tour is extremely convenient for any traveler wanting to add it to their itinerary.
$115.63 per adult
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MarcusHurley wrote a review Oct 2020
Bristol, United Kingdom6,822 contributions654 helpful votes
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There were plenty of car parks on the outside of the town and we walked a few side streets before reaching the main street. This was rather a misnomer as it was usually only 1m wide, maybe 2m at the widest points. The town is rightly known as the prettiest on Santorini - it seemed to have less houses in disrepair and be generally better maintained than Fira and there were hordes of bouganvileas on display. The shops were certainly more upmarket, mostly crafts shops like ceramics, jewelry, clothing and paintings. As the hillside curved, the view changed from looking over to Fira to the other side of Oia bay. This is the classic Santorini shot with the sunset and the windmills and maybe even a blue domed church.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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alex62 wrote a review Sep 2020
Santorini, Greece63 contributions32 helpful votes
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I first visited Santorini back in 1973 as a child, Oia was a small, typical traditional Greek village.The dirt road taking you there was to dangerous to drive on, narrow, full of holes and stones.Then in 1987, it had already started becoming popular,but there was definitely''something''. Was it the art galleries? Was it the stylish boutiques? Was it the artists living and painting in their shops? Was it the different restaurants, bars?? Was it the old port ''Ammoudi'', with its 2 tavernas, no lights, difficult to get there? And now, in 2020,Oia has lost it all!! It is famous ONLY for the sunset; this brings more than 15000 people only for this, creating thousands of problems. Traffic jam,no parking, people pushing each other to get a better spot for THE photo, coughing and sneezing to your face,tons of thrown plastic bottles and napkins,not leaving a single penny to the shops.Super expensive prices ( 6,5 euros for cappuccino!!) And just after sunset back to the car and a huge convoy. Ammoudi now has 7 super expensive tavernas, calling you to sit, serving frozen fish for fresh and whatever comes with it!! Pity, pity, pity. And believe me, a beautiful sunset is a beautiful sunset everywhere in the world.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Arpita B wrote a review Sep 2020
Heaton, United Kingdom64 contributions41 helpful votes
Fabulous! What a wonderful little street full of little shops filled with amazing jewellery, cafes,boutique hotels, clothes shops! And with each corner, views to die for! Would love to go back and explore with more time!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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The Weak Knee Traveler wrote a review Jun 2020
Singapore, Singapore11,227 contributions629 helpful votes
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Oia is an exceedingly popular place especially during the day and close to sunset. It's so crowded that its not easy to take pics. If you don't intend to shop or eat here, then visit early in the morning before all the activities start. That's when the place is much less crowded and easier to get good pics taken.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Krishhere wrote a review Mar 2020
Thiruvananthapuram (Trivandrum), India1,408 contributions86 helpful votes
Buildings painted spotless white, church domes painted blue, marble pathways with a view of the sea, all these make this area an ideal location to spend time. This place bursts with people during sunset. Lots of eateries and souvenir shops line the street.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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