Hotel Maria Preka
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... struck in 1956, it hit Oia the hardest - damaging or destroying 80% of all the buildings in the area. Understandably, most residents left - in 1977, the population was down to about 300, but during the eighties many buildings were restored and it is least some of the way back to its former glory. Oia lived its past as the rich end of town - you could tell, as many of the walking streets were paved with marble. It is, of course, amazingly picturesque, perhaps even ...
... the 8000 tourists from getting inthe shot. There were two cruise ships in port, and the town was jammed.
After Oia, we traveled to a winery which appears to be another popular destination for tourists. We enjoyed a sample of a Greek white, red, and a dessert wine that tasted like sherry. The view from the winery was spectacular. Our last stop was the town of Fira where we would take a cable ...
... outlook of the beach with black sand, sun loungers under the umbrellas and ocean. We shopped around for a bit, we each brought a couple of things quite cheap shopping, then the more shops you go, the more everything looks the same. We then grabbed some lunch on the waterfront, with very comfy chairs looking at the ocean, I had a nice meal, chicken salad, wine and some bread, ...
... have a road all the way down. Off we set with our very talkative guide. We certainly found out everything on the 25 minute drive to Oia (pronounced E-u). The sun had decided to come out and although the wind was very chilly it was lovely walking around this beautiful little town. Our first mission was to find the Fanari Villas where Pete and Jess stayed on their honeymoon a few months ago (when the weather was warmer!) found them and the lady let us go down ...
... springs created thousands of years ago by the underwater power of the volcano! Right after that, the boat sailsed above the underwater craters to Thirasia Island, where I ate in the picturesque small tavern near the port, swam in the crystalline waters and visited the village of Manolos on the top of Thirasia's caldera!
The last stop on ...