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Perissa reached by bus ,car , Water Taxi from Kamari or walk over the hill from Kamari .(well worth the walk) A long stretch of beach with a few shops and tavernas , quieter than Kamari and worth a visit. From here carry on up...More
A pretty beach if you’ve time to spare but red beach is better if time is limited. Lots of beach seats but up to 5 euros each to use so unless you want to spend the day it’s not worth it. Some nice shops but...More
But if you are not into sun bathing (like me!) then it's just another beach, hence my score of 3 out of 5. It's billed as having 'black' sand and from afar (from Anciet Thera on top of the hill behind the town) it does...More
One of the best beaches on the island. What a beauty to see. Black pebble sand and crystal clear waters. I highly recommend this beach. The beach chairs and umbrellas are very affordable and the restaurants on the strip will serve you food and drinks...More
Of course it may be a totally different scenario in the height of the season but the black “sand” was great as it wasn’t sticky Not pestered too much except for offers of massage even though we were right by our hotels spa area Great...More
The bus from Fira in Santorini takes you right here in about 20 minutes. The sand is black and there are many hidden treasures to find (I went home with a lot of seaglass). There are a ton of restaurants but they are very pushy...More
Pretty beach with a town of souvenir shops and restaurants to go along with it. When we were there late October the surf was pretty strong so families with young kids be aware. Cute town, lovely church and on the bus line for Santorini
Lovely long beach with plenty of choice of loungers, their free if you have lunch in the restaurant behind you.... the only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is it’s a little big and busy for my personal tastes, preferring the much quieter Akro...More
Response from cristian612 | Reviewed this property |
We didn’t rent a car because the bus is so easy to use. We went from Perissa Beach, to Fira and then to Oía, all with the bus and it was like 2-3 euros each way. Very easy and didn’t have to bother with driving
transport from the airport; taxi or hotel mini bus? (6 Replies)
I got a quote of 20 euros for pickup at the airport for transport to my hotel on Perissa Beach. Does anyone know what a taxi would charge approximately before I book with the hotel? It doesn't look that far, to me, on a map, but I'm new to Greek travel. Thanks!
September 11, 2011|
A taxi will cost €25. The distance 'as the crow flies' is not as far as a taxi has to drive to reach Perissa. €20 is a very good price for an arranged private transfer.
Santorini (4 Replies)
We will be staying in Santorini in September. Is there any difference staying at Perissa Beach or Kamari Beach? Which location would be the best? I know Kamari Beach is much closer to the airport and smaller. We enjoy oceanfront restaurants and unique towns to wander around.
May 17, 2017|
Neither Kamari nor Perissa are unique towns but from both resorts there are frequent buses to Fira where you can spend hours wandering around.
Hello fellow travellers ! Im going to Greece with my boyfriend (I'm 28) from mid July to beginning of August, and I'd like to get some advices/ hints/ comments about my trip ! Here are the details: - Athens airport to Milos right away by ferry - 3 full days in Milos - 3 full days in Santorini - 3 full days in Naxos - 2 full days in Athens All the boat tickets are already bought. So no worries about the itinary between islands! ========================================= ...More
June 02, 2015|
What I would do while on Naxos is schedule some beach time every day in the afternoon to cool off after sightseeing, and not schedule so many beach resorts for Day 3.