Kallos Imar
Red Beach
White Beach
Archeological Sites
Prehistoric City of Akrotiri
Prehistoric Museum of Thera
Ruins of Ancient Thera
Koutsoyannopoulos Wine Museum
Santo Wines
Argyros Estate
Sigalas Estate


The exotic island of Santorini is one of the most unique destinations in Greece. A place of untold natural beauty, breathtaking vistas and amazing culture and history.

Visit picturesque villages like Fira, Oia and Pyrgos, natural wonders that showcase the various geological phenomena like the famous volcano, the black, red and white beaches. Try the amazing local cuisine, visit the various wineries, experience the breathtaking sunsets and immerse yourself in the romantic atmosphere of the island. Whether you spend your days actively with hiking, water sports, horse-riding, sightseeing or just relaxing and taking in the sun at the beach, there's always something to do in Santorini.



Kallos Imar is located in the center of the quaint village of Mesaria. Messaria is a small village town that dates back to the 17th century. It is quaint and picturesque in its own unique way, with imposing, old manor houses, its fair share of churches and a lively center with a handful of shops, stores, tavernas and cafes.

However, one of its most important features is its advantageous location. Being in the center of the island, Mesaria is an ideal place for accessing the rest of island quickly and conveniently. Staying in Mesaria provides guests with a quiet and relaxing atmosphere from which to discover and explore with ease.



Fira is only a short distance away from Kallos Imar at 3 kilometers and is the destination with the most activities and shops available on the island. With its amazing caldera view, the archeological museum of prehistoric Thera, the cable car which offers a unique route to the old port of Fira, a plethora of picturesque chapels and a great variety of stores, bars, and restaurants. Fira is also the spot for those who want to experience the nightlife of the island.



Oia is located in the northernmost edge of the island, 11 kilometers northwest from Fira and is arguably considered the most popular part of Santorini. The natural beauty of the caldera and the traditional Cycladic architecture come together to create a magical place which attracts millions of visitors from all over the world every year.

Some of the spots one should visit in Oia is the bookstore Atlantis which is in a cave-like space and has a truly unique aesthetic as well as Ammoudi bay with its amazing fish taverns. The unique position of the village of Oia offers the ideal circumstances for watching the famous Santorinian sunset and for that reason alone its worth a visit.



Santorini has a deep history of winemaking with its unique varieties of wines made from white grapes such as Athiri, Aidani and Assyrtiko, and red grapes such as Mandelaria and of course the emblematic dessert wine called Vinsanto which is made from sun dried grapes. Of course, there is no better way to sample all of the delightful flavors than by visiting one of the many wineries of island.

Whether it's the Koutsogiannopoulos Wine Museum with its historical wine making dioramas close to our hotel, the cooperative Santo Wines with its breathtaking view near the village of Pyrgos, Argyros Estate with its impressive facilities near Kamari or the world class Sigalas Estate near Oia, the options are plentiful and equally tantalizing.


Archeological Sites

The history of Santorini is deeply rooted in its unique location and geological phenomena that took place. From the various ancient and prehistoric civilizations that got destroyed by successive volcanic eruptions and other natural disasters to the roman, ottoman and venetian influences, the island is full of sites of interest one can visit.

Of course, the most notable of those are the prehistoric city of Akrotiri which features the excavations of a bronze age settlement that was buried in volcanic ash sometime in 16th Century BC, the Museum of Prehistoric Thera which features ancient artifacts from excavations on Santorini and the ruins of Ancient Thera near Kamari which boasts well preserved ruins of temples and residential areas as well as an amazing view of the surroundings being 396 m. above sea level.



-Santorini Airport - 2.7 km / 1.6 miles
-Athinios Port - 6.4 km / 3.9 miles
-Fira - 3 km / 1.8 miles
-Imerovigli - 5.3 km / 3.3 miles
-Oia - 12 km / 7.4 miles
-Pyrgos - 2.7 km / 1.6 miles
-Megalochori - 3.7 km / 2.3 miles
-Perissa Beach - 8.9 km / 5.5 miles
-Vlichada Beach - 8.5 km / 5.2 miles
-Red Beach - 9.6 km / 6 miles
-Akrotiri - 8 km / 4.9 miles
-Lighthouse - 12.5 km / 7.7 miles