Hotel Rivari

Address: Kamari, Kamari, Santorini, Cyclades, 84700, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Kamari, Kamari, is near Red Beach, Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Santo Winery, and Thirasia.
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    Travel Blogs from Kamari

    Santorini - the island of the photo op

    A travel blog entry by thecamino on Sep 01, 2014

    28 photos

    ... and the views from the top of the winery were excellent. You can see from here what is called the caldera - or cauldron. Santorini and the rest of the islands were formed by a massive volcanic eruption, with scientists and archiologists saying it was the biggest in the last 10 to 20 thousands years. The island of santorini's western side with cliffs is essentially the inner side of the volcano that blew out and the western side the slope down the outside. When you look at ...

    On the road again

    A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 22, 2014

    3 photos

    ... a large crater with small islands which I guess were remnants of the mainland sticking up out of the sea. Many hotels overlook the Caldera but we weren't worried that ours didn't as the view across the Aegean is just as nice and much quieter than the hustle and bustle of Oia.
    Yesterday morning we met a couple of kiwis and, guess what, they were from Nelson. We had breakfast with them and spent two hours chatting. We exchanged emails, ...

    A caldera in the Aegean Sea

    A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Jun 03, 2014

    1 comment, 66 photos

    ... surface depression. The difference between craters and calderas is principally one of size and formation process: craters rarely exceed more than a few hundred meters in diameter. Caldera collapses are often associated with explosive volcanism. Funnel-shaped calderas are the result of flank collapses during non-regular roof collapses or erosive processes.

    (The famous Crater Lake in Oregon is a lake in a ...

    Santorini

    A travel blog entry by pandar on Oct 08, 2013

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... asked the people he met, "What is this?" as the people closer to the sea knew it was an oar, they responded, “it is an oar”. This continues until he eventually finds a person who had never seen an oar, so he decides to stop wandering around and to settle there, as these people don’t recognise anything from the sea, and therefore won't remind him of it, so on the highest peaks in Greece, there is usually a chapel or monastery, AS in the case ...

    Boats, donkeys and a volcano

    A travel blog entry by paulanddeb on Sep 30, 2013

    6 photos

    ... was to plant your **** against the cliff and put your arms out and push the donkeys away as they come down. This is easier said than done as some of them came down the track two abreast and a donkey moving downhill at speed does not give way easily.

    We did make it to the top with all our toes and so to avoid the crowds we found a bar where we could have a glass of wine and watch the sun sink into the ocean (of course if you listened you could hear the ...