Un día completo de visita turística por casi toda la isla, incluyendo los lugares más significativos de Santorini. Las excavaciones de Akrotiri, con guía profesional que habla inglesa, la playa de Perivolos, tiempo libre para almorzar o nadar. Megalochori, breve parada para explorar el monasterio del profeta Elías del pueblo, una breve parada para hacer fotos, cata de tres vinos locales y el pueblo de Oia, tiempo libre para pasear y contemplar el famoso atardecer.
la excursión es muy buena, los sitios visitados son increíbles, el yacimiento arqueológico, la playa donde fuimos atendidos de manera excelente, la guía muy atenta y cordial, nos falto que cambien se hiciera en español para poder entender un poco mas, es una opción que deberían contemplar., dado que también hay turistas que manejan este idioma y que quizás no se animan como mi esposa y yo a realizar el tour por esta circunstancia. Oia es un sitio increíble, solo les sugiero que para que la gente disfrute mas de ella y de sus famosas puestas del sol, la guia los acompañe. en nuestro caso nos indico muy bien todo, en eso no puedo decir nada , pero dada la cantidad de gente que se reúne y la necesidad de volver a una hora definida, la presencia de una persona que conozca mejor como volver al micro estimo ayudaría.en resumen, la pasamos muy bien y estamos muy contentos de haberla realizado.
Buen tour alrededor de varios poblados de Santorini con una visita interesante a las ruinas de Akrotiri. Buena recomendación para el almuerzo en Perissa beach. Incluye una degustación de vinos en Santorini Wines que queda en una zona con una excelente vista. Pudo haber incluido más tiempo en Oia y como nos estábamos quedando en Fira puede ser por eso que no incluyó un tour por ese pueblo que vale también la pena conocerlo.
We only had 2 full days in Santorini. We booked this tour so that we could see as much as possible while in Santorini. Katie was our guide and she was great! She was professional, funny and knowledgeable. Gave us a detailed tour of each place, answered questions and also gave us some free time. Did not feel rushed at all! The bus was very comfortable and clean.
Akrotiri archeological site was the only place I felt was worth going and the tour lady seemed very passionate about it, after that the beach and lunch that is not included, we then stopped to a village with nothing interesting to see, wine tasting at santos has amazing views and nice store but we were too rush we stayed there 15 min in total then we had to be on the bus again, after that we had no guide she left and we still had to go to oía for the sun set. It’s a long 9 hours tour just be prepare.
This tour was a hot mess. The driver and guide were good. It started with a 2 hour visit to a dusty, indoor "Archaeological Museum of Thera" where we were required to pay 12 Euro admissions. We got congested from all the dust and had to wait outside for most of the 2 hours. Then we were tken to lunch at the guide's restaurant, which was OK. People who wanted to go swimming had little time for that. After visiting a tiny, undistinguished little town, we were taken to a winery where there was no time, after tasting, to shop for wine and other items. Finally, we were taken to Ia, the only pretty place in Santorini, just before sunset when the town was mobbed with tour buses and people. It was near impossible to find our bus in the congested parking lot at the end. Viator never said we would have to pay other admissions, go to a beach, etc. This was a hot mess.
This was our first trip to Greece. Santorini is a beautiful island and we were anxious to see as much of it as we could see. Our guide, KATIE, was excellent! She was so knowledgeable and friendly. We could not have had a better guide. We thoroughly enjoyed this all day adventure and would recommend it highly to anyone who visits Santorini.
This is really an all in one kinda day. If you have limited time on the island 1-3 days, this is really a good first day activity. They keep you moving all day long, sometimes very brief visits at places mostly okay for me. The sunset in Oia is pretty. Dont delay finding your viewpoint in Oia, however. From the bus, I recommend moving quickly to the viewing areas and camp out to wait for it. Everyone else does that, so if you dont, you wont get a good spot.
Its best to wear your swimsuit from the start of the day if you plan to swim at the beach. There is a changing stall afterwards.