The sugar-hued village of Oia, Santorini

It’s difficult to resist to the sensuality and serenity of the Cyclades Islands. With its sugarcube-like houses, white marble streets and endless stairs to the crystalline sea, the dramatic lunar beauty of Santorini must be seen to be believed.

Exuding charm and romance like no other place on Earth, the sickle-shaped Greek island is definitely a gem sat amidst the azure waters of the Aegean.

Life in Santorini is nothing but lazing by the infinity-edge swimming pool of your hotel, sitting on pastel-hued rooftops, meandering through maze-like streets and enjoying alfresco dining overlooking the Mediterranean sea.


Built amphitheatrically on the edge of the caldera, the traditional village of Oia is a realm of intimacy and serenity. A haven where red and magenta bougainvilleas cascade over almost every wall and ravishing volcano views greet you every morning. A sea of flowers flow off the balconies contrasting with the white-washed blue domed churches.

A blue & white dream

Cozy Shops & Cafes


A burst of color

Ammoudi Bay

Located in northern-east part of island below Oia, the tiny harbour of Amaudi Bay is definitely one of the most magical corners of Santorini. Over 2oo steps lead to this natural harbour famous for its red, imposing rocks, small carved houses and traditional Greek taverns. Diving into the deep waters and swimming below the caldera is a unique experience you cannot miss.

 Resplandecent Sunsets

Reveling in the warm glow as the sun sank deep into the ocean was undoubtedly one of the most romantic and unforgettable moments we have experienced in Oia.

Oia At Night

Oia sparkles in the darkness.





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