Stavros Villas

Karterádhos, Santorini, Cyclades, 84700, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Karterádhos, is near Red Beach, Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Santo Winery, and Thirasia.
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    Travel Blogs from Karterádhos

    A spot of Greece

    A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Sep 05, 2014

    22 photos

    ... We got talking to dad briefly as we were leaving, and they are from Heraklion, so we were confident that the meal was tasty by everyone's standards and not just tourists.

    We tried visiting the Venetian fort, but it was closed, we think for restoration, but there were no signs that we could understand.

    Dinner was back at Kastella, this time we had a tasty Greek salad and octopus stew. All I can say is Yum!

    We thought we would get out ...

    Stunning Oia, Sunsets, Amazing Scenery

    A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort on Oct 03, 2012

    32 photos

    ... in a cave. Our bed in large and very comfy. You could open the window and admire the view from our bed.

    Troy was in shock considering well we don’t usually do 5 star hotels very often, well we booked the 4 star not here. I think if Troy had his way he would be in youth hostels but for me those days are over. I told Troy in a funny way “just get over it and enjoy it” and “well we just don’t do this ...

    The Volcano, the Donkeys and the Sunset

    A travel blog entry by saledwards on Sep 10, 2011

    11 photos

    ... as we were driving around the moutains, there are eucalyptus trees - the Australain Govt gifted them to Santorini at some time in the past. And that's because, as I also learned today, Santorini is a waterless island. There is no fresh water whatsoever, and so a desal plant is in operation tp provide the towns with water. We also passed many wineries where the vines grow along the ground, not raised off the ground. This is apparently to protect them from ...

    Santorini, Jewel of the Aegean

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Apr 08, 2011

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... the eruption, that there was another eruption much further back in time that left an opening in the volcanic cone, and a sea-filled caldera providing the ancient Santorinian/Minoans with a fantastic safe harbor which, combined with their strategic, central location in the Aegean, made them a natural trade center for the burgeoning sea trade of bronze age Mediterranean economies.

    For me, this was fascinating stuff, but the ...

    Day 11 - Travel Day from Santorini to Mykonos

    A travel blog entry by gwen_jack_keat on Oct 20, 2010

    6 photos

    ... our beds around 9 pm from all the fresh air and walking!
    Mykonos Town is a mix of dazzling white alleys and cube shaped houses. The Island's mascot is Petros the Pelican and can be seen by the quay hunting for fish. We took the SeaJets Ferry over which just so happens is coloured "Hot Pink"! See photo's
    Had a wonderful time walking in and around the small shops looking at all the local arts and crafts. We ended up watching the sunset go down by the harbour and eating an ...