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knicks_fan87

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Visiting wineries is one of the best things you can do in Santorini because you get to learn about the process and taste a bunch of different wines. These are some of the most popular and famous wineries in Santorini, which you'll likely need to book ahead of time because they get very full during the summer because of the amount of tourists on the island. If you have any other suggestions, please add them in the thread below! These are just a few that I found online.

Domaine Sigalas
Santo Wines
Boutari
Gaia
Gavalas
 
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Ekaterini

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I've been to Santo and their wines are wonderful.
 

greek_ggirl

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I've been to Santo and their wines are wonderful.
I love Santo! I visited Galavas as well and it was great, highly recommend both
 
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k_tsoukalas

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I love both Santo and Boutari especially. All the wines on this island are fantastic though...
 
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Santorini.net

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Did you know that nowadays there are 18 wineries on Santorini and one in Thirassia? They all produce fantastic wines! Do not miss the famous Assyrtiko and Vinsanto, the famous sweet wine from sun-dried grapes!
 
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cf_fraiser

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Did you know that nowadays there are 18 wineries on Santorini and one in Thirassia? They all produce fantastic wines! Do not miss the famous Assyrtiko and Vinsanto, the famous sweet wine from sun-dried grapes!
Assyrtiko is one of the best, I totally agree! I'm so happy that I'm starting to see it in more and more foreign liquor stores
 

The truth about costs in Santorini

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Is Santorini actually overrated?

I keep hearing this statement over and over....and I'm kind of confused. I loved Santorini when I went, as you can see in my profile picture. I loved riding the donkeys with my kids and exploring the island. I get that its crowded and a little overpriced but I think it was an unforgettable experience. I wouldn't have taken it back and gone to another island! What are your thoughts for those that have been?

Here is a glimpse of Megalochori village in Santorini

Megalochori is one of Santorini's most beautiful villages! You can't visit the island without walking around and seeing the sights. When visiting, be careful of the residents who are staying there. Santorini has had a problem with people walking on the buildings and making too much noise. Yes it is a very touristy place but there are many residents that still live there. Enjoy!


These are the top two foods to try in Santorini!

Santorini has some of the best sunsets, but also some of the best food! The island has so many fantastic restaurants, many of which are taking a modern twist on traditional Greek cuisine. Two of the must try foods that are local dishes in Santorini are domatokeftedes (tomato fritters) and fava. Here are pictures of both dishes!


The best place to go scuba diving in Santorini

Santorini is one of the best places to go scuba diving because the island was created from a volcano many years ago which makes the sea life very different from other areas of Greece. There are very unique Coral reef Sandrock formations that have come from the volcano, and as always, the sea is teeming with wildlife. I highly recommend visiting Caldera Lagoon and arranging that you go scuba diving there. There are a few local schools that you should call ahead of time to schedule your slot. Best of luck!
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