Sunset Private - Sea Dream
The first phase of the excursion includes cruising by the Red beach and the White beach. Both offer great opportunities for stunning pictures. After a brief photo-shoot there, we will continue to the Mesa Pigadia beach, where will have our first opportunity to dive into the Aegean Sea. We will have some 20 min. to swim at Mesa Pigadia.
As we depart from Mesa Pigadia we cruise by Mavro Vouno (Black Mountain) and the Akrotiri lighthouse. By then we will have entered Santorini’s famous Caldera, situated at the heart of the island complex that makes up Santorini.
We will make our way to the Hot Springs which is the 2nd stop for swimming, again for 20 minutes, after which we will find a sheltered area (always adapting to weather conditions) where are you will have yet another opportunity for swimming, and we will get some time to prepare your diner.
After the springs and after we have enjoyed our meal on board, we will open the sails (if weather permits it) and we will go to the South-West part of Santorini where we can enjoy the amazing sunset on board.
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.
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.
The thermal waters can be approached only by boat and one has to swim to the actual springs.