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As an island in the Mediterranean, Santorini has a long and rich history. Officially known as Thira, the island has been shaped through the centuries by both human and natural forces. In fact, the present form of the island was created in the 16th century BC by a shattering volcanic eruption. Santorini and the islands closest to it are the remnants of the caldera of this underwater volcano.
Santorini was a population center for the Minoan civilization that came from the island of Crete. This ancient and mysterious civilization has left traces which can still be seen on the island today. However, another massive eruption – one of the largest in recorded history – occurred 3,600 years ago and may have contributed to the decline of the Minoan civilization. There are even some theories that the devastation the volcano caused is the origin of the story of Atlantis.
Following this eruption, Santorini remained unoccupied for centuries. However, it was later colonized by Phoenicians, then Greeks. Ruled for a while by Egypt and then Rome, Santorini changed hands between the Byzantine Empire, the Venetians, and the Ottomans. Following Greek independence, it became part of Greece in 1832.
Santorini’s scenery brings millions of visitors to the small island every year. The bright blue sea and rugged cliffs of this volcanic island make for perfect photo opportunities. But thanks to its long history of civilization, there’s more to the island than just the pretty pictures you’ll take.
Get those all-important photos in the town of Oia. When people think of Santorini, most of the time it’s Oia they are imagining. Facing west, this charming village of white houses with blue accents is known for absolutely stunning sunsets. There is also a wealth of restaurants and tavernas in the area, so you can continue having fun long after the sun has set.
Peer into the ancient past at Akrotiri. This Minoan town was buried by volcanic corruption 3,600 years ago, making it Santorini's answer to Pompeii. The excavated city is one of the best-preserved Minoan sites in the world, and offers a unique glimpse into this vanished civilization.
Experience more of the island's history at Ancient Thera. Situated on a high mountain ridge, this ancient city has roots that go all the way back to the 9th century BC. Founded by Spartans and ruled by Greeks and Romans, this was the main city of the island until 726, and the atmospheric ruins are a great place to ponder history while enjoying stunning views.
Enjoy a livelier side of the island at Perissa beach. Famous for its black volcanic sand, this beach is the perfect place to work on your tan and dip a toe in the warm Aegean sea.
See the raw power of nature on a boat tour of the caldera. These tours take you around Santorini and the neighboring islands so you can see the full scope of this volcanic region.
Santorini National Airport connects the island with the Greek capital of Athens. During the summer, charter flights operate from other European cities to Santorini, including Paris, London, and Frankfurt.
You can also reach Santorini from Athens by ferry. Although usually cheaper than flying, the ferry takes longer. A regular ferry takes eight hours, while the high-speed ferry takes five hours.
Regular bus service runs from Santorini airport to the capital city of Fira. To get anywhere else on the island, you'll need to change to a different bus in Fira.
Blessed with great weather and stunning scenery, Santorini is a place made for walking. After all, throughout the course of the island's long history, walking was more or less the only way to get around. Relax into the island's slow pace and travel by foot the way the islanders have always done.
Drop off extra bags with a Bounce luggage storage partner in Santorini and simplify your whole trip. No matter how big your bags or how many bags you have, Bounce can help you find a place to store them while you go and explore.
Nea Kameni: Explore a different world on the volcanic island of Nea Kameni. This island rose from the middle of the caldera off the coast of Santorini in the 18th century. The barren and rocky landscape, with its steaming vents and natural hot springs, feels almost like visiting an alien planet. Boat trips from Santorini can bring you to this volcanically active island, and you can easily spend an afternoon exploring this unique geological marvel. Make the trip easier on yourself by dropping off your heavy bags at a luggage storage shop in Santorini.
Oia: To truly experience the stunning scenery of the island, take a hike from Fira to Oia. This six-mile trail leads you over rocky ridges that offer jaw-dropping views of the island and the sea beyond. Time your trip bright, and you could arrive in the iconic town of Oia just in time to enjoy its legendary sunset. The white rock houses and blue rooftops of the town are the iconic image of Santorini, and the west-facing village enjoys some of the most spectacular sunsets on earth.
Amoudi Bay: Away from the more touristed sites of the island, Amoudi Bay is a quaint fishing village that allows you to delve more fully into the real life of Santorini. You'll find some of the island's best seafood here, so settle yourself at a waterside table and enjoy some of the best of what the island has to offer.
The price for luggage storage in Santorini is just €5.00/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations all around Santorini which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Amoudi Bay, Catholic Cathedral Church of Saint John The Baptist, Red Beach and many other areas.
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Yes. There are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in Santorini. Bounce has multiple locations throughout Santorini where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 Bounce Gurantee.
The most popular restaurants to visit are Pitogyros, La Maison Restaurant, and Metaxi Mas. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Santorini are Aressana Spa Hotel and Suites, Alesahne Beach, and Neptune Luxury Spa Suites.
Santorini offers several scenic parks including Memorial.
You can find local tourist information at Fira, Tourist Information Office, and KTEL Santorini public local bus.
If you're looking for a good museum in Santorini, we recommend Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Wine Museum Koutsoyannopoulos, and Archaeological Museum of Thera. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Santorini's most popular historical attractions including Argyros Mansion and monuments like Monument or Pontian Genocide Monument. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Byzantine Castle Ruins, Akrotiri of Thera, or Skaros.