Full Day Private - Sea Dream
Rates & Booking
Departure from Vlychada Port
- April-May: 10:30-20:30 (approx), 1800€*
- June-July: 11:00-21:00 (approx), 2300€*
- August: 10:30-20:30 (approx), 2300€*
- September: 10:30-20:00 (approx), 2300€*
- October: 10:30-20:00 (approx), 1800€*
- *Up to 8 people +120€ for each additional person
- Max 12 People
Opt for this 10 hours excursion, and make your own decisions of what places you would like to visit, with optional swimming and snorkeling.
Red Beach, White Beach, Mesa Pigadia Area, Hot Springs, Thirassia Island, Oia, sail around the active Volcano (optional hiking) and sunset.
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. The beach is ideal for those who wish to avoid crowds and prefer quiet and relaxing places.
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.
You can only reach the place by boat and then you swim from the boat to the actual Springs.
Small, sheltered cove situated on the south-eastern side of the Nea Kameni Volcano.
The cove owes its name to the Chapel of the Archangel situated there.
Also known as Therassia, a sister island of Santorini which once was connected to the main island Thera, until the volcanic eruption around 1600 B.C. caused the partial collapse of the volcanic complex.
The island’s little port of Korfos welcomes tourists coming for their short trips from Santorini. The island is a place of natural beauty, where time stopped decades ago.
Once you get there you will see a lot of abandoned houses and undeveloped fields, which contribute to the island’s raw charm.
Although dormant, Santorini is an active volcano that last erupted in 1950. Its biggest explosion occurred during the Minoan Bronze Age 3,600 years ago.
After arrival at the shore of Nea Kameni, in the center of Santorin’s Caldera, visitors can walk on solid black lava towards the volcano's steaming crater.