In April, Lea visited Germany and we decided to go on a trip to Santorini. Our journey to the island was filled with anticipation, and Santorini did not disappoint. The iconic white-washed buildings with blue domes were even more beautiful in person, creating a striking contrast against the deep blue Aegean Sea.


Fira, the capital of Santorini, sits right on the edge of the caldera, providing amazing views of the cliffs and the Aegean Sea. The town is lively, with plenty of bars, restaurants, and shops to explore. It’s a great place to experience the energy of the island while enjoying its natural beauty.


Pyrgos is a charming village in Santorini, known for its well-preserved medieval architecture and panoramic views from its hilltop location. It offers a quieter, more traditional experience compared to the busier towns of Fira and Oia.


Oia, perched on the northern tip of Santorini, is known for its incredible sunsets and beautiful views. The village has narrow streets filled with charming shops, art galleries, and cozy cafes. The white-washed buildings with blue domes look like they belong on a postcard. Oia has a relaxed vibe, making it a perfect spot to unwind and take in the scenery.

The rest of the island

Besides Fira, Pyrgos, and Oia, we also explored the Red Beach, Akrotiri, Perissa, Kamari, Paralia Vlichada, some more places along the coast, and the volcano island.

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