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      Santorini: the most beautiful.

      Santorini’s white and azure aesthetic is probably the most iconic of all Greek islands. And it’s even more beautiful in real life.

      Sunset in Santorini

      Sunsets in Santorini.

      The sunsets in Santorini are so beautiful that they even have their own sunset festival. Enjoy the sea view at dusk from the many charming buildings built into the cliffs.

      Oia, Santorini

      Breathtaking Oia.

      Oia, Santorini’s second city, is famous for its colourful buildings and for the most gorgeous view of the Aegean Sea.

      Flights to Santorini Island, Greece

      The island of Santorini was once known as “Kalliste”, which means “the most beautiful”, a name it certainly deserves. This volcanic island is surely the most legendary in Greece.
      Originally round, it acquired its crescent shape as the result of a volcanic eruption in the fifteenth century BC. What’s more, Santorini is the jewel of the Cyclades archipelago where you will be captivated by its red and black beaches and little villages of sparkling white buildings with blue domes, nestled atop the soaring cliffs.

      So what are you waiting for? Book your airline ticket to Santorini with Brussels Airlines today!

      What to do in Santorini?

      1. In addition to offering one of the best views on the island, the village of Akrotiri is home to excellent fish taverns, breathtaking beaches, tiny churches and even a castle.
      2. The Santorini Caldera is one of the most beautiful bays in the world. It affords an incredible panoramic view of the islands of Nea Kameni, Palea Kameni, Thirassia and the rest of Santorini! An absolute must-see!
      3. The picture-postcard village of Oia is the island of Santorini’s most iconic spot! Something of a victim of its own success, Oia is flooded with tourists in the summer, overwhelming the locals. It is also renowned for its spectacular sunset views!
      4. If you like, you can take an excursion to the Nea Kameni National Geological Park. There, you can climb the volcano to the black volcanic cliff. Your efforts will be rewarded with a sublime panorama from the top.
      5. As its name suggests, the Red Beach has naturally red sand. It’s not the most beautiful beach in the world, but this rare phenomenon is well worth the detour.
      6. If you’re looking to add some variety to your activities and excursions, visit Rethymno in Crete. A 4-hour boat ride from Santorini, your journey will be rewarded!
      7. The little cliffside village of Firostefani offers a spectacular view. It is also the starting point for a beautiful walk to the Agii Theodori church.
      8. If hiking is your style, you can walk from Fira to Oia. This may sound long and exhausting, but the experience will not disappoint. The route will bring you to several other charming villages!
      9. What better way to soak up the local atmosphere than a wine tasting? All you have to do is visit the wine museum in the picturesque village of Messara!

      Practical information for your trip to Santorini

      • Brussels Airlines flights arrive and depart from Santorini Thira airport, located about 5 kilometers away from Fira, and it is easily reached by bus or taxi.
      • Time zone: UTC+2 (During summer time Greece switches to DST: UTC +3)
      • Currency: Euro. Make sure to always have some cash on hand as not all restaurants accept credit cards. ATMs are available throughout the country.
      • Electric sockets: Plug type C and type F (two round pins) suitable for appliances of 230 V – 50 Hz.
      • Travel information: Greece is part of the Schengen-zone, meaning that under normal circumstances, EU citizens may travel without a passport. Non-EU citizens must have a valid passport. Citizens of the following countries may enter Greece without a visa: Countries of the European Union, the USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Citizens of other countries require a visa. For all information on visas and travel documents, visit the website: www.iatatravelcentre.com.
      • Vaccination: No vaccinations are necessary to visit Greece. For more health information, visit the website www.iatatravelcentre.com.

      What to do and not do in Santorini?

      • The island of Santorini covers only 76 km2, but it does not have a highly developed public transport system. It is therefore advisable to rent a car, or even a 4x4, if you want to explore the magnificent landscape. Keep in mind that not all of the towns on the island have service stations, so be sure to start your day with enough fuel.
      • Bring along a good pair of walking shoes because most of the sites are difficult to access and require climbing a lot of stairs or rocky terrain.

      A few words of Greek

      • Kalimera is the usual greeting in the morning, if you’re greeting someone in the afternoon or evening, say kalispera. Goodnight is kalinikta, do pay attention though as kalinikta is only used as a goodbye, never as a greeting. Going for drinks with friends? The Greeks don’t say cheers but yamas! Want to go out? Say Pame gia café. It literally means “Let’s go for a coffee” but it’s generally used to go out for drinks, not specifically coffee. If you have a particular Greek lady or gentleman in mind, this is the way to ask them out for a drink.

      When to go to Santorini?

      Santorini has a Mediterranean climate, with mild, rainy winters, and hot, dry summers. The best time of year for visiting is between June and mid-September. If you’re sensitive to cold, you’ll want to bring along a light sweater as the wind can lower the temperatures. However, you will definitely not want to be without your sunglasses and sunscreen.

      What to eat in Santorini?

      The Greeks love to cook and seldom eat alone! That’s why, on the island of Santorini, you can sample many mouthwatering Greek specialties. Some of the best-known delicacies are: “Tzatziki” (a mixture of yoghurt, cucumber and garlic), “Mavromatika” (beans), “Moussaka” and “Psarosoupa”, which is a fish soup.

      Cultural events in Santorini

      • Santorini Sunset Festival (late July): celebrates nature. The goal is to make people more aware of the magnificent treasures that nature has to offer. During this period, the Festival invites participants to take in the spectacular sunset while listening to classical music or admiring Greek art.
      • Jazz Festival (July): Kamari beach hosts this excellent jazz festival where you can listen to the music while lounging on the sand.
      • Volcano Firework festival (August): the perfect opportunity to see a truly breathtaking fireworks show! No matter where you are on the island, it’s impossible to miss it!

      Book your flight to Santorini, Greece!

      Please note that you will be able to book your flight to Santorini with Brussels Airlines as of November 2017. We will fly to/from Santorini between 4 May 2018 and 28 September 2018.

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