Pyrgos, Santorini, Cyclades, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Pyrgos, Santorini, is near Red Beach, Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Santo Winery, and Thirasia.
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Travel Blogs from Santorini

Santorini lives up to the hype

A travel blog entry by aussieitchyfeet on Aug 08, 2014

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We sailed into the Santorini caldera over breakfast - and immediately it was apparent that this was a place which would live up to its own hype! The steep volcanic cliffs tower up to 1,000 ft, with white-washed towns perching on the rim.

Cruise ships must all tender passengers ashore here, so we waited somewhat impatiently for our turn to go ashore and take the cable-car up to Fira (Santorini's main town). (The other 2 options are to ride ...

A night on the town.

A travel blog entry by paigefielding on Jul 21, 2014

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... amazing facilities which you can find on the website linked.

Tip- If your going to book a holiday, be sure to look at websites like Hotels.com, Tripadvisor or just any websites that have good priced bookings available.

Time to go grab a bite and explore Santorini at night time!


First Day in Santorini

A travel blog entry by pomeroys on Jun 26, 2014

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... 160;Our hotel rooms were built into the cliffside and were caves.  We had balconies with amazing views of the caldera! After checking in, we walked to the closest big town (Fira).  We had dinner at a greek restaurant and watched the World Cup game, Germany vs USA.  We got ice cream after dinner and taxied back to the hotel. - ...

The poster island of Greece

A travel blog entry by turkey-greece14 on May 19, 2014

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... might be the lost Atlantis. Santorini is essentially what remains of an enormous volcanic explosion dated back 3,600 years. After this huge eruption two small islands formed within the caldera and they are still active today and can be visited by tourist.

We took a bus ride up the cliff side to Akrotiri is a Minoan bronze age settlement on Santorini. This sophisticated settlement was destroyed in the volcanic eruption that happened about 1627 BCE and buried the ...

Happy Birthday to me!

A travel blog entry by munchkins on Jun 02, 2013

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The sailing from Mykonos to Paros was uneventful; there was no wind so we motored the whole way. It took around four hours before we slid past the anchored Greek frigate that was in the bay not more than a half kilometer from the shore. Beyond which lays the small town of Naousa and with it's by now familiar splash of whitewash and blue that is so Greek. The marina was small but well protected from most winds. Kathie and I made short work of stern berthing Orca, although ...

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