- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBella Santorini Perivolos
Bella Santorini is a great place to stay! It's a short 5 minute walk to Perivolos Beach, has great rooms with good facilities, balconies with views, wonderful pool area, delicious included breakfast, and Evagelia is so friendly, welcoming, and eager to help you with making the most of your stay! The room was a little hot.. I'm not sure if the air conditioner didn't work, or if we just didn't work it correctly. However, overall everything was great!
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... is an old volcano (last erupted in the 1950s). The main island is formed from ash that has built up over millennia into a ring around the caldera in the centre. There are two entrances/exits in this ring. Our ship is between this caldera and the port section of Fira. As the wind was making it difficult for the tenders to tie up to the pier it took a little longer to disembark but eventually we made it to the pier a bit further down from Fira where ...
... normal price for water. That is one of the amazing things about Greece ... Wherever we had been, water was 50c euro. Except for this one place!
Then we had to wait ages for the bus, then back to Fira, to transfer to the bus to Oia sot hat the girls could see the sunset insanity that is Oia. As it was still a bit overcast, the sunset was not going to be that spectacular, but the village itself is amazing and I was quite happy to go ...
... was quite pricey, I suggest to bring your own refreshments and food). Behind the canteen, the path started again. The calm sea breeze definitly helped with the uphill journey through the Mediterranean vegetation and the volcano rocks.
Further uphill, the view became wider and bigger. It was impossible to catch the beauty with any camera! In front of me, I noticed a volcanic setting which I was informed ...
... back uphill to a wonderful little cafe for lunch and then along and down again to the base of Oia where there are some waterside cafés and the trail to Ammoudi Beach. The trail was probably built with stone and concrete before the last big earthquake in 1956 and as a result it is a bit of a clamouring challenge to get there. Once there it was really more of a bunch of rocks, full of people in a relatively small area. We didn't stay long as our pool, deck and a beer ...
... with the donkeys gave you some sort of accomplishment too. It's definitely a diamond in the rough. The rough being the Barron land of the island, which is surrounded by the diamond encrusted cliffs. Every angle the sun cuts across the Greek White infrastructure is eye catching. And as the sun sets over the caldera/volcano it lights up the sky from blue to red and all the colours in between. The white buildings simply mirror the already jaw dropping view. All in all, Oia, ...