Morning Semi-Private - Sea Dream
Red and White Beach, "Mesa pigadia area":
First we will go to the red beach and then we continue to the white beach, those two stops are only for taking pictures.
We will stop for five minutes to take some photos and then we will continue to the third destination, Mesa Pigadia, which offers the first opportunity for swimming; we will stay for 20 minutes.
Mavro Vouno (Black Mountain), lighthouse, hot springs: We will cruise by the Black Mountain and also the lighthouse, after that we enter the heart of Santorini and this is the famous Caldera.
We will visit the Hot Springs which offer the 2nd opportunity to swim for another 20 minutes, after that we’ll make our way to a sheltered area (adapting to weather conditions), where you will have another opportunity to swim , and we will get some time to prepare your lunch.
Meal on board, sailing: After the springs and once we have enjoyed our meal on board we will open the sails (if the weather permits it) and we will return to the port of departure, where we conclude our excursion, and where transfer will be arranged.
Sites of Interest
One of the most scenic beaches on the island, located near Akrotiri village. The beach owes its name to a natural red color of its sand and the red cliffs surrounding it.
A small beach situated right next to the Red Beach but surrounded by white pumice stone cliffs instead. The beach is accessible by boat or on foot from the Red beach.
Another beautiful beach, on the southwest coast of Santorini. This beach is ideal for those who wish to avoid crowds and prefer quiet and relaxing places.
A massive dark colored volcanic rock formation, full of natural caves, it makes for the ideal place to scuba dive.
The Akrotiri Lighthouse is one of the oldest lighthouses of Greece, built in 1892. It towers over the Aegean Sea from a volcanic rock formation on the most southwestern tip of the island.
Thermal waters near Nea Kameni and Palea Kameni, two small islands of volcanic origin in the midst of Santorini’s Caldera.
The water there is warm and has yellow tint which indicates the presence of sulphur compounds known for its healing benefits.
We can only reach the warm springs bay by boat, and then you swim from the boat to the actual Springs.