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Oia is a beautiful place to walk through, lots of restaurants and shops and narrow cobblestone laneways as you approach the best viewing point for sunset! Get here early as its very crowded but wow what an amazing sunset!
Was lucky enough to visit Santorini and Oia back in Sept 2018... Oia is a post card destination for sure... We to the coach to Oia and then the cable car down... Was not going to attempt walking down the steps with the donkeys just...More
Our first visit to Oia was in 2013 and it was magical. We arrived by ferry early in the morning, and took a bus into town. The shops were just opening and there were very few tourists. At midday, as we left, about 14 bus...More
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We did the tour with a group of sailors:-) My boyfriend has a license to sail and the company from which he got the licence was organizing a tour from Poros till Creta Island.You can easily stay on the islands... More
We did the tour with a group of sailors:-) My boyfriend has a license to sail and the company from which he got the licence was organizing a tour from Poros till Creta Island.You can easily stay on the islands, but pay attention if you choose some remote islands (not so famous) to make sure you can provide transportation. For example, I saw ferries on Poros, Santorini, Oia, Creta..but on smaller islands, there were none, at least not in the harbours where we anchored. Food is delicious everywhere and even the small islands have accommodation available. The landscape is unbelievable all over the Greek Islands, you will not regret it. The best part was the show of the dolphins out in the sea, they tend to get close to the boat and swim a while round the boat AND of course, the night sail towards Creta Island. We got a clear sky and the stars were just breathtaking, no boat around us, no lights, it was a memory for a life time..
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