Trust SantoTour to make the most of your precious time on Santorini. See everything you need to see in the comfort of a air-conditioned luxury vehicle with English speaking guide and free In-Car Wi-fi. Choose to be picked-up directly from your hotel or from some other designated meeting point. SantoTour looks forward to unlocking the island’s secrets for you and providing a safe and unforgettable experience which you will cherish forever.
Our standard tour includes the places below and it lasts five hours depending on the time you stay in any place.
Visit the lighthouse (Faros)
This is the most southwesterly area of the island with a magical panoramic view. Frequented By nature Covers and romantics, this area is quiet yet dramatic. While you are there, try to spot the Indian head rock on the south shore.
Visit the excavations of Acrotiri (extra charge 12€/person) or Local Organic Winery (free of charge)
When was the hist time you stroked through the streets of a 3600 year old town? Acrotiri is the most important archeological sight on the island dating back to the Bronze Age. The city was covered in a layer of volcanic ash in 1620. This is not to he missed!
Visit the Red Beach
This is a wait of ferrous rock approx 125 meters high which has eroded and left red sand.
SantoTours will take you to the best photographic location so that you can capture the majesty from the best possible vantage point.
Or, if you like, SantoTours will patiently wait for you to hike down to the unique beach so that you can enjoy a swim if you choose to add some bathing to your itinerary.
Visit the Black Sandy Beach
If you have not yet been to Hawaii, here is your chance to see a black beach. Santorini is a volcanic island and, of course, it has black sand beaches. Choose to go to (Perivolos, Perissa, Kamari or Monolithos beaches.
Stop and run the sand though your fingers. If you like you may also pause from your tour for a drink or meal or you can also take a dip into the refreshing Mediterranean if you fancy!
Stroll the streets of this 800 year- old town, under church steeples and through the charming square. Shop at the quaint art and craft shops or stop for a bite for some traditional fare.
Pyrgos means “tower” because it towers above the rest of the island. It has an old Venetian fortress built in 1204 at its citadel. The path to the summit is charming and picturesque.
Stop for a coffee at a cute little cafe or if you have time you may visit a winery with stunning views and try Santorini’s famed local wines.
Continue up the mountain from Pyrgos by car to the Monastery of the prophet Elias where the view is unforgettable. If you have time you may visit a winery with stunning views and try Santorini’s famed local wines.
Visit Oia. Don’t miss Oia
Oia is one of the most picturesque villages in the world and one of the most photographed locations in Greece. It has become the new symbol for Greece, adorning most all travel brochures, print and television ads.
It is also a favorite spot for movie shootings, wedding photography.
Oia is a must and you may also enjoy the famous sunset there or perhaps a romantic dinner. Don’t miss the lovely arts and crafts for sale on the cute, narrow waiting paths or perhaps a seafood dinner down at Ammoudi bay.