Where is Volcano Santorini
The eruption of Santorini in Greece in 1,650 B.C. was one of the largest (VEI=6) in the last 10,000 years. About 7 cubic miles (30 cubic km) of rhyodacite magma was erupted. The plinian column during the initial phase of the eruption was about 23 miles (36 km) high. The removal of such a large volume of magma caused the volcano to collapse, producing a c aldera. Ash fell over a large area in the eastern Mediterranean and Turkey. The eruption probably caused the end of the Minoan civilization on the island of Crete.
Where is Thira Museum Santorini
The Museum of Prehistoric Thira houses finds from the excavations at Akrotiri, conducted under the auspices of the Archaeological Society at Athens, the earlier excavations at Potamos made by members of the German Archaeological Institute at Athens, and rescue excavations at various other sites on the island, which were carried out by the 21st Ephorate of Antiquities for the Cyclades and Samos.
Where is Oia Santorini
Oia, is beautiful, exquisite small town and an ideal place for those seeking peace and quiet. Houses, paths, churches built up skillfully on the northern part of the island. All the forementioned exists in combination with the best golden sunset in the world.
Where is Water Park Santorini
Play and relax in the unique Water Park in the beach of Perissa in Santorini. Clean swimming pools and large slides guarantee many hours of summer fun in the most well organized water park of the island. In Water Park’s cafe and restaurant you can enjoy your coffee or delicious dishes of Santorinian cuisine that will make your visit in Water Park an integrated experience.
Where is Tram Santorini
A cable-tram runs from the port area at the bottom of the cliffs to the top where you will find the main island's major city, named Fira. Alternatively, you can walk to the top or ride a donkey up the steep, zigzag path. The donkey ride is fun but the walk is more relaxing and lets one concentrate on the lush setting, rather than worrying about where the donkey is headed. (If you walk, be sure to look down to avoid the donkey dung.) If you are in a rush, take the funicular to the top (it is closed during the lunch hour). If you are in the mood, take a donkey from the top to the bottom for a modest thrill.
Where is Panagia Episkopi Church Santorini
One of the most important Byzantine monuments, built by the emperor Alexios A’ Komninos in the late 11th century, which has been well-preserved despite the many damages it has suffered through the years. There you will find the icon of Panagia Glykofilousa, among the three most priceless portable icons in the world!