The crescent-shaped island emerges from the azure vastness of the endless blue wrapped in a cloak of ancient glory and allure. Inextricably bound to the legend of the lost civilization of Atlantis, it crowns the Aegean like an oversized tiara, proudly displaying its scars from nature's wrath tamed by its tenacious spirit.
A rugged caldera, the only inhabited caldera in the world, imposingly juts up out of the sea; topped with picturesque white cube houses, its narrow winding streets play host to the island's main means of transportation: an obedient army of charming donkeys and mules. The mesmerizing horizon soon becomes the island's top attraction, as spellbound visitors from all over the world engage in a cheerful quest for a glance at the planet's most famous sunset. Santorini fascinates all travellers who arrive seeking romance and the thrill of a spectacular sunset, but leave marked for a lifetime by the extraordinary blend of Greek drama, history, fire, salt, wind and light.