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Spectacular Santorini villas

Picture-perfect Santorini has become the poster-child of Greek island holidays - in fact, it’s rare that you can flick through a travel brochure without seeing that famous view of blue-domed white-walled churches, sugar-cube houses, and blazing sunsets. This romantic vista helps make Santorini one of the most popular destinations in Greece, particularly for couples on a romantic trip, but there is so much more to the island than sunset scenery. Santorini has a beautiful volcanic landscape, resulting in an unexpectedly rich wine-making culture. It also has glorious beaches and fascinating ancient history to explore.

There’s no better place to stay than in a traditional villa. You can enjoy a taste of authentic Greek living in our Santorini vacation homes, complete with typical white-stone décor Whether you want to choose a sprawling property complete with a breathtaking infinity pool and plenty of spots to bask in the sunshine, or smaller villa with alfresco dining areas and and sublime views of the Aegean, each villa has been thoughtfully appointed with your comfort in mind. No matter where you choose to stay, those famous Santorini sunsets are all yours to enjoy from the comfort and privacy of your very own villa.

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Santorini villas with private pools

Sensational Santorini is the poster child of luxury Greek Island vacations. With our Santorini villas with private pools, you can have that luxury whenever you want it, right in your vacation rental. From small plunge pools to romantic balcony-spanning pools with sublime ocean views, there is a villa with a pool in Santorini for every style and taste.

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Santorini beachfront villas

The beaches of Santorini are not your typical golden stretches of sand that you find on other Greek islands, but rather rocky, dramatic landscapes leftover from the island’s volcanic past. These striking beaches are incredible sights to see on your vacation, and with our Santorini beachfront villas, you can enjoy spectacular views of the rocky coastline. The homes are close to some of Santorini’s most beautiful coastal areas, and from their locations, you get an unbeatable view of the beaches and cliffs, as well as the glittering Aegean Sea.

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Where is Santorini?

Santorini is a small island located North of Crete, West of Turkey, and Southeast from mainland Greece. It is part of the huge archipelago of Greek islands on the Mediterranean sea that makes up the group of islands known as the Cyclades.

Is Santorini in Greece?

Yes, although Santorini is its own island hundreds of kilometers away from the Greek mainland, it is part of Greece and under the same government

How to get from Athens to Santorini?

The quickest and easiest way to get between Athens, which resides towards the South of the Greek mainland, and Santorini, which is an island deep in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, is via plane. Flights between the two are frequent, and take up to an hour. It is also possible to catch a ferry between the two, with high-speed ferries available that offer a reduced journey time of around 4 hours. However, a typical crossing between the two destinations takes an average of 7 hours, with the journey time even taking up to 10 hours on a slower-moving ferry.

How far is Mykonos from Santorini?

In terms of distance, Mykonos and Santorini are around 150 kilometers away from each other, with Mykonos sitting further North, closer to the Greek mainland. If you were to catch a flight between the two, it would take around one hour and forty five minutes. It is also possible to catch a ferry between them, mainly in the summer months, with a journey time of between two and three hours.

How far is Ios from Santorini?

Ios is one of Santorini’s closest neighbors, with Ios sitting directly North. There are approximately 45 kilometers between the main port of Santorini and Chora. On a high-speed ferry, the crossing can take as little as twenty five minutes, and on a typical ferry, it takes around an hour and a half to get between the two. 

How to get around Santorini?

The best way to get around Santorini is by car or on foot. Santorini is a very small and compact island, so you may find that for the most part, the destinations you want to visit may actually be within walking distance. If you’d like to use a car, however, you can hire one for the entirety of your trip to offer the maximum flexibility for your vacation, or you could use the local taxis. There are buses available between towns, so you have a whole variety of methods of getting around Santorini at your disposal.

How big is Santorini?

Santorini is a very small Greek island, clocking in with only 76.19 square kilometers to boast of. In fact, you could drive from one end of Santorini to the other, and then back again, in around an hour and a half. The island only has 10,000 inhabitants. For comparison, the state with the lowest population, Wyoming, still has more than 57x the amount of people living there.

How long should you spend in Santorini?

As Santorini is such a small island, it is perfectly reasonable to suggest that you can get a quick overview of what it has to offer in as little as a few days, and it is certainly worth a day trip if you are staying on a nearby island. However, Santorini is an absolute gem, and is best enjoyed when you can absolutely immerse yourself in the culture and charm with a stay of at least a week. 

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