The world-famous white-washed, sugar-cubed shaped houses and blue-capped churches perch precariously on the cliff's edge on the Greek island of Santorini. Situated at the base of the caldera a plethora of cruise ships and ferry boats arrive at the main port, Athinios, with visitors eager to explore this picture-postcard island.
The island's capital Fira will take your breath away with its unforgettable views from the caldera cliffs overlooking the brilliant blue Aegean Sea and a volcano on a smaller island. At dusk head to the Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral to experience sumptuous sunsets or savour the moment in the many cliff top restaurants. Stroll around a maze of narrow alleyways filled with handmade jewellery stores, souvenirs shops and stylish bars.