1864 The Sea Captain'S House

Caldera View in Village Center, Oia, Santorini, Cyclades, 84702, Greece | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Caldera View in Village Center, Oia, is near Red Beach, Amoudi Bay, Santorini Sailing, and Museum of Prehistoric Thera.
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    Travel Blogs from Oia

    Through the rain!

    A travel blog entry by lowolff on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... head but I would have saved him' We were ready for the bus ride to the ferry by 10:15. Boarding the ferry was much again like a cattle drive. Everyone entered en masse (willy nilly) and tried to find a spot to drop the luggage. We had assigned seats in Business Class which was awesome - I had a front row seat! And that's when the rain started - lol! Our first stop was the island of 'Ios' (pronounced ee-os). The ...


    A travel blog entry by melliekat on May 27, 2014

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    ... but soon remembered that there is a public water closet at the bus stop in Fira where we would be transferring to the Oia bus.

    The bus ride was quiet except for the traditional Greek music playing on board. When we arrived in Fira I made a beeline for the wc, paid my 50 cents, waited patiently for one of the two stalls to vacate and for the attendant to mop the floor, only to discover the washroom was another hole in the floor. My immediate thought was I might as well ...

    Wine Tour of Santorini

    A travel blog entry by jmuir82 on May 02, 2014

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    ... a was 15€ so Nick told this bus driver he would only pay that back. The guy agreed and went to pull up his bus. The other people waiting for a cab also paid the 15€ and boarded the bus. Three guys traveling together sat behind us and I immediately recognized their "accents" - more Canadians! They were from Strathmore! Small world. The bus driver seemed happy that he was making some extra cash for the night, and Nick was happy he found us a way ...

    Oia: a village from fairy tales

    A travel blog entry by barbora.balkova on Aug 02, 2013

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    ... herbs and pistachio nuts. And then there was moussaka, greek salads, roasted lamb, tomatokeftedes, greek yoghurt and honey or baklava! Oia was truly a paradise for food lovers. Nonetheless, one could expect seafood restaurants there, but that was not the case. We found just a few restaurants offering fresh fish, from which we chose Katina, a very reputable one. In fact, it was so reputable we could afford only one fish for the two of ...

    Onto Greece: Santorini, a Postcard Scene

    A travel blog entry by shomscenes on Jun 25, 2013

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    ... by bus. These ancient ruins date back to 18th century BC settlements when the town was buried in volcanic ash. I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything this old barring the Egyptian Pyramids. We then checked out the red beach there (the sand/stones are red, surprise surprise!) and cooled off with a beer at a café on the shore. For lunch, we feasted on local delicacies like grilled octopus, Santorini Salad (olives, ...