Santorini offers you the rare chance to travel around the whole island with a donkey. While to some, the idea may seem absurd, to most it is one of the most beautiful experiences in Santorini. The best place to catch these donkeys is at the old port at Fira, the capital of Santorini or from the village of Oia to Ammoudi.
Santorini Islands comprise a total of 25 thoroughly mapped trekking routes. Some of them are long enough while others are shorter but all of them have one common feature: the unique breathtaking view of both Santorini’s caldera and countryside! From them 20 are on Thera, 4 on Therassia and 1 on Nea Kameni.
Close to Aretousa Villas there is a route which leads on the top of the mountain, the highest point of Santorini, to Ancient Thira. The route is easy and very impressive since it passes through one of the most significant and awesome archaeological sites in the Aegean.
Diving in the Mediterranean, experiencing the big blue, watching new interesting animals, plants, lava formed bottoms, caves, drop offs; all in the crystal clear waters surrounding Santorini and the Volcano Islands. Visitors can also enjoy speedboat diving and snorkeling. More Water sports are available at the beach of Perissa and can vary from windsurfing and water-ski to paragliding, canoe, jet-ski and many more.