A tour for History and fun
Akrotiri is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece, a prehistoric town saved in a marvelous condition.
Oia is one of the most beautiful towns in Greece. If we mix them together we have a great tour, which balances between History and fun. A 4, 5 hours tour, made to pleased people who want to combine their vacation in unique destinations with some drops of history and culture. A tour ideal also for cruise passengers.
In this tour we cross the whole island from the southest (akrotiri) to the northest (oia) part of Santorini. As we drive you can enjoy the unique volcanic landscape of Santorini. Many stops to scenic spots for great pictures, included.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: At the top of the cable car station, in Fira town, or at the front desk of your hotel.
End location: At the top of the cable car station, in Fira town, or at the front desk of your hotel.
Duration: 4 hours 30 min.
All the tours are operated with a brand new fully a/c European 8-seat minivan.
Professional guiding services and transportation for up to 7 people with a new (3 years old model) 8-seat minivan or a 7-seat minivan, fully air-contitioned. Bottled water
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 Euro - 12 Euros - 12 euros per person is the entrance fee to the archaeological site. Children under 18 have free access.
10 Euros is the cost for the two tickets of the cable car (5€ per trip).
Personal expenses for food and beverages, your entrance fee to Akrotiri and the cable car.
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Spiros was a wonderful guide! Our family enjoyed a great day touring Santorini while in port on cruise and Spiros hit all of the highlights. He is welcoming and informative - the tour of Akrotiri was incredible!! As Spiros is an archeologist and has even worked at the site, the tour of the ruins was surely a highlight for us. This was a wonderful day. We highly recommend this tour! Spiros is a great guide and you will be happy with his service for sure! Thank you Spiros!