Santorini, the queen of Cyclades
Experience a unique island landscaped by the ancient volcano eruption. The ferry routes from Piraeus to Santorini is only the first step. Right after, plan the most important ones; the unforgettable routes you’ll take to explore it! Like:
A sailing tour around the caldera – the perfect opportunity to a cannonball dive in the thermal waters that form a natural volcanic spa.
A wine tour in one of the legendary wineries of the island to taste the international award - winning wines of Santorini.
View of Santorini
An evening walk to celebrate the sunset in Oia. Yes, it’s an everyday ritual here. “Book a seat” on the roof of one of the characteristic cave houses and admire the instagrammable colors and their magical reflections that end up in a broadway-show resembling applause!
A visit to the oldest Minoan prehistoric settlement discovered in Acrotiri.
From the moment you set foot on the port of Athinios, you’ll feel an extra dose of energy kicking in. Maybe because of the delight of a low cost ferry ticket by Let’s Ferry that brought you here. Maybe, because the power of this volcano island awakens the senses. Whatever the reason, use this extra energy to:
Hike the steep trail from Fira to Oia, that offers a breathtaking panoramic view to the caldera.
Scuba dive to mysterious depths around the volcano and the shipwreck at Taxiarchis.
Enjoy an unforgettable helicopter tour and a private bird-eye view to the most famous Greek island in the world.
Red beach in Santorini
Tips: There is a myth that Santorini is the ancient city of Atlantis.
What’s not a mystery and can be discovered easily, is the mouthwatering fava (chickpeas) and the delicious cherry tomatos, or tomatinia – fresh or dried.
Greek tavern in Santorini with amazing sea view
An explosion of tastes awaits – you just book online cheap ferry tickets to Santorini by Let’s Ferry and enjoy!
Information about the port of Santorini
Boats from/to Piraeus, Paros, Naxos and Ios run every day. There are boats to Kythnos, Tinos, Folegandros, daily. There are connections to Heraklion, Anafi, Skiathos, Sikinos, Mykonos, Thessaloniki, Syros, Serifos and Kimolos.