NOTOS DAY TOUR
Price: 80,00€ per pax
- Type: Shared Full Day Land Tour
- Official Shared Price: 80,00€ per pax
- Points of Interest: Caldera View Photo-Stop - Akrotiri Excavations - Perissa-Perivolos Beach - Megalochori Village - Wine Museum-Koutsogiannopoulos Winery - Oia Village-Sunset
- Starting Point: Designated Meeting Point
- Departure Time: 11:30am
- Duration: 11:30 till after Sunset
TOUR INCLUSIONS :
- Transportation from / to Meeting Points
- Guided Tour in Akrotiri Excavations with a Licenced English-Speaking Guide
- Wine Museum-Koutsogiannopoulos Winery Entrance Fees
- Wine Tasting
- Akrotiri Excavations Entrance Fees
Akrotiri Caldera View Photo stop
We will stop in an amazing spot on the caldera to take photos and admire the beautiful views.
The ancient village of Akrotiri is considered to be one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece. This prehistoric town was built around 2.000 BC (4000 years ago our era), was destroyed by the Theran eruption around 1.610 BC.
The fact that the town was buried under the volcanic ass helped preserve the remains of fine frescoes and many objects and artworks almost intact.
We will be able to walk at the same town streets the ancient greeks have been walking 4.000 ago and get to know the details of their lifestyle.
Time for lunch by the sea and free time at the black beach of Perissa and Perivolos.
This beach is the most popular on Santorini featuring unique characteristics like the black sand, the crystalline waters and various beach facilities.
When people talk about Santorini’s “Black Beach”, this place on the southeast coast of the island is usually what they mean, despite the fact that most of the island’s beaches are also black.
This authentic village is truly a hidden gem of Santorini.
Imagine being able to see the traditional vineyards, the lava-stoned streets, the renovated and abandoned houses after the earthquake of 1956, the colorful and unique house doors, the traditional cave houses and the authentic kafenio or restaurants nearby the main street of the village or its square.
Megalochori village itself has a nice mixture of cream and white Cycladic houses with contrasting colorful doors and a fair few white churches with bright blue domes.
Wine Museum-Koutsogiannopoulos Winery
The Koutsogiannopoulos Wine Museum has everything a visitor would want to know about winemaking in the unique island of Santorini. By watching the historical exhibits of the winery you will be able to get a glimpse of what life was like as a winemaker here.
This one-of-a-kind museum happens to be nestled in a cave and because of its unique position, this natural labyrinth is eight meters below ground and 300 meters long. It took to the Koutsogiannopoulos family twenty-one years of hard work, patience and perseverance to complete the wine museum in this remarkable location, but it was all worth it.
Who would not like to visit the most famous and instagrammable village of Santorini?
Oia is the perfect place for enjoying the most beautiful sunset of Greece and one of the most beautiful ones all over the world where all visitors and locals gather in streets, stairs, and rooftops to watch it.
Not to mention the famous churches with their blue domes hanging literally at the cliffs of Oia village.
You will be walking at the picturesque streets of Oia while getting lost at the alleys of it.
Our tour will end after we will have watched the sunset.
Tour on Map
Terms & Conditions
From 0 to 2 years old FREE of Charge
From 3 to 12 years old 50% discount on the adult price
Above 12 years old charged as adult
100% refund up to 24hrs. prior
No deposit required for the reservation
In case of non-show applied full ammount charge