Is a picturesque village situated at the north of Santorini, only 2 km away from the capital of Fira.

It is a continuation of Fira and one of the most beautiful balconies of the island. The name of Imerovigli comes from the word vigla which means view spot. The position of the village provides a clear view of the caldera, and during the old times it allowed villagers to see the pirate ships approaching.

Today, Immerovigli is one of the recognized traditional settlements.



Is the most famous village of Santorini all over the world, thanks to its picturesque style as well as to the view it offers to the caldera and the volcano.

Far from that, Oia is a historical village that was strongly connected with the maritime life of the Santorinians.



Is the capital of Santorini, Greece, and the most important of all villages.

It is located at the west side of the island and 10 km away from the main port, Athinios.

Fira has 1,600 permanent inhabitants. It is perched on the edge of an impressive cliff, at a height of 260 meters offering a great panoramic view over the submerged volcano



Is is situated 8 km southeast of Fira.

The village is located on a fabulous spot on top of a hill and displays incredible panoramic views of the island.

At the bottom are some nice taverns, a shop that stocks international press and the usual tourist shops.

Pyrgos used to be the capital of the island until the early 1800s. Today, the village of Santorini counts more than 500 inhabitants and it is well-known for its major tourist movement.