Santorini, named the Devil’s Island, is the southern rocky island of the Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean Sea. The high season beginning with a sunny spring in April culminates only in November.
It is a magical and volcanic island formed by the sinking of the enormous volcano crater. A massive volcanic explosion caused a partial destruction of the island and the appearance of the caldera – a large crescent-shaped wall.
Today, the island gleams in the colors of brown, black and gray. The splendidly completed structures with blue roofs separate the sky from the water with their colors. Due to its genuine grace, the isle has become a vacancy stop for many guests from around the world. If you are planning to go to Santorini luxury hotels can be found without any problem. The verdant green plants, powerful sunshine and dark blue water make that the colors of Santorini at any time of day and night are utterly diverse and promise the power of recollections. Kamari is the major resort of Santorini. This is where the broad majority of the hotel base is concentrated. Most hotels are placed by the coast, so that the hotel rooms have astonishing views. A characteristic promenade extends along the beach, where life revives at dusk. The town is a nice starting point for tours to other parts of the island.
Volcanic Santorini coasts are characterized by high rocky cliffs and thin sandy-gravel beaches, amid which the most typical are Kamari, almost a two-kilometer beach overlooking the hills of Mesa Vouno and archaic Tara, and the Red Beach shaped like a little croissant.