Anemomilos Villa

Address: Thiras Oias, Santorini, Cyclades, 84700, Greece | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on Thiras Oias, Santorini, is near Red Beach, Santorini Sailing, Museum of Prehistoric Thera, and Thirasia.
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    Travel Blogs from Santorini

    Day 3 in Santorini

    A travel blog entry by lashez on Jun 07, 2015

    5 photos

    We kicked off the day in typical fashion with a coffee from a local bakery, we spiced it up a bit by getting an iced coffee instead for only 1.5euro, but it tasted like we only payed 1.5euro. We wanted to find some new places to walk around so we headed in a new direction and found a shopping centre that was completely empty, didn't look new either I wouldn't be surprised if it had never been occupied. We have found that often in ...

    Our first port

    A travel blog entry by newsbob on May 20, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... amenities.

    There was, for example, Tuesday evening’s free
    dinner at Murano, one of the specialty restaurants, where we enjoyed an excellent meal of lobster tails flambéed tableside by our waiter Shaqueel, who hails from Mauritius.

    It wasn’t until Wednesday afternoon that we finally reached our first port.

    The Greek island of Santorini was somewhat disappointing ...

    Flip Flops

    A travel blog entry by karenkost on Apr 23, 2015

    3 photos

    ... for Fira and a few souvenirs. We stopped by our favorite grocer. An awesome Greek with the craziest little shop ever. He often left it unattended, tourists stood outside bewildered as to what to do. Americans had the most to say about such trust. He sold cheeses of all sorts, olives by the tin and loose, many cured meats plus the usual sundries. ...

    Oia, Santorini ... Narrow, Winding Streets

    A travel blog entry by darnold on Mar 11, 2015

    6 photos

    ... In the Peloponnese, we were the only English-speaking people, and the Greeks loved trying out their English on us.

    Because the village is on the side of a hill, there are steep steps everywhere. You can walk all the way down to the sea, but then you have to climb back up.

    Some of the food specialties in Oia are tomato fritters, eggplant in tomato sauce, cooked feta and tomatoes, large shrimp and anchovies. For dinner we ...

    A Tour of Santorini

    A travel blog entry by amyl313 on Aug 13, 2013

    11 photos

    ... the hotel rooms weren't working as there was no power but thankfully ours worked fine. A big group of us found a nice restaurant down the road that was still open and we had dinner there. The food was simple as they were limited to what they could cook with. Most things were being cooked on a barbecue because there was still no power but the food was still good. Everyone had an early night as there wasn't much to do with no power.