Santorini is a tiny Greek island located among numerous other in the Aegean archipelago. What has brought it to become a top international destination and distinguishes it though, is its wild geological beauty and rich history that even involves volcanic eruptions...
The landscapes will overwhelm you, the sunsets will enchant you, the history will fascinate you. The islets of Thirassia, Aspronissi and the volcanic rocks of Palea and Nea Kameni add ounces of allure to the island’s overall unearthly scenery. Two of the island’s strongest assets are the 300-meter high and 30 kilometers long Caldera cliffs, plus, its 70 kilometers of sea shores boasting black and red volcanic sand and pebbles. 
You are located on the No. 5 top island in the world… and the settlement of Oia is the most atmospheric of them all. Cosmopolitan Oia awaits to intrigue us and invites us at the northernmost tip of Santorini. Literally hanging off the Caldera’s cliff Oia promises sublime views, unobstructed sunset vistas, rich traditional architecture across historic captain mansions and cave houses, plus, a labyrinth of picturesque alleyways for enchanting promenades.
Oia will amaze shopaholics with its plethora of clothes boutiques and jewelry stores and is bound to captivate the interest of demanding art-lovers with its significant galleries. Embark to the most tantalizing culinary journey of your life. Lunch and dine at the settlement’s traditional tavernas or the numerous gourmet restaurants, enjoy your coffee in cute patisseries and try as many of the exuberant local wines as you can while the breathtaking views captivate your senses…  
Oia village also cherishes the Castle of Ayios Nikolaos - the top spot for sunset viewing. Just below the castle and after descending the stone-paved stairs towards the foot of the Caldera cliff, we find the little fishing port of Ammoudi.
Also accessible by car or riding a donkey this tranquil and picturesque bay is ideal for a refreshing dive or a gorgeous sunset that touches the sea directly in front of the eye. The 5 or 6 fish taverns serve the freshest fish on the island and the island’s famed vegetables. Oia village also hosts the Naval Museum and the Museum of ancient, Byzantine and post-Byzantine musical instruments.

Hotel Distances:
Airport: 17 Km
Port (new): 19 Km
Fira Town: 12 Km
Bus stop: 50 m.
Oia – Perissa beach: 23 Km
Οia – Kamari beach: 19 Km
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Filotera Suites
Oia - 84702 Santorini, Greece, Tel: +3022860 71110. Fax: +3022860 71555, e-mail:info@filoterasuites.com - Winter Tel. 0030 22860-31559, +30 6973710723