Konaki Traditional Guesthouse

Oia, Santorini, Cyclades, Greece | Hotel

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Akrotiri ruins

A travel blog entry by surban


We rented a car this day - the only day that we did. We visited the minoan ruins at Akrotiri and a few other sites on the west end of the island. The ruins were recently closed in order to replace the roof that protects them. We were lucky that our visit was timed after their reopening. The site is not very large but the walkways and ...

Goodbye Paros. Hello Santorini

A travel blog entry by germann


... other, their patios juttingout at strange angles as if they were jockeying for space since the very beginning of being built. All patios face the Caldera if they can and this is very evident as the sun sets and people flock to any location that will give them the famous view of the huge orange sun sinking into the cool blue of the sea. We were fortunate to find a table on the patio of a restaurant that Ana Maria, our new friend at the front desk of the ...

Sunday Funday in Santorini

A travel blog entry by halleyc


... up top. I ordered a local white wine, Michelle a cocktail, and some taziki dip with bread. It was all great, except there was a building blocking us from a perfect view of the domes. So, we moved over a few buildings to another restaurant, Terpsi. We went upstairs to the patio, and wow – what a view! It was perfect. Terpsi was our single-most favorite place on the trip. I could have stayed forever. We ordered an appetizer of fried greek cheese (delicious as ...

The town of the famous blue domed church

A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank


... We decided to return to the hotel and sleep at the bench. Fortunately the guests checked out from the room by then and they were so nice to clean our room first so we managed to check in by about 10:30 and slept till almost sunset. Cost of food It is quite expensive to dine in the restaurants in Oia so we decided to buy some food from the supermarket and cook in the house. Most or all rooms in Alexander's boutique hotel has kitchenette facilities and coffee maker which I find it ...

The Volcanic Island of Santorini

A travel blog entry by travelintommy


Santorini was formed when a volcano erupted around 1628 BC. The entire center of the original island blew up and formed a caldera, the biggest in the world that is filled with seawater. The water is so deep that there is only one spot that ships can drop anchor. The buses that take you to the top of the island have to drive up switchbacks on a road that was carved into the side of the landmass ...


This hotel, located on Oia, Santorini, is near Red Beach, Santorini Sailing, Amoudi Bay, and Museum of Prehistoric Thera.
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