During a holiday in Santorini you can expect black volcanic beaches, tiny whitewashed villages, and the most amazing sunsets in Greece. The island of Santorini is actually a caldera, meaning a large volcanic crater, and at Co-operative Travel we have cheap Santorini holidays in all this gorgeous island’s best resorts.
Boasting a typical Mediterranean climate of mild winters and warm dry summers, last minute Greece holidays can be booked with us throughout the year. Santorini is a particular favourite destination for couples and a popular honeymoon spot, with some sensational properties available looking out across the sea. Some of these accommodations include Jacuzzis and private swimming pools, for that extra-special touch to your Greek island holiday.
Romantic couples – What could be more romantic than watching a Greek island sunset sipping wine with your significant other?
Scenery lovers – Surrounded by some of Greece’s best beaches and the dazzling sea, Santorini is a visual treat.
Foodies – The island is a fabulous choice for those who appreciate fine Greek food.
2°C (January) – 24°C (August)
The most famous and, arguably, most beautiful village in Santorini, Oia’s sunsets are world-famous. This traditional Greek village lines a gorgeous clifftop with houses, domed churches, shops, cafes, and taverns. As well as Oia’s soaring sea views and charming buildings, the Maritime Museum is an interesting attraction, the Atlantis Bookstore is a unique and cosy book shop to enjoy for an afternoon, and the nearby Sigalas Winery is perfect for tickling the tastebuds of wine fans.
Thira, also known as Fira, is a unique and beautiful place to visit. There are 587 steps that lead down from Thira to the villages at sea level, and this rewarding walk is a “must do” – if you have the energy! And if you do, don’t worry: there’s a cable car that can take you back to the top afterwards, letting you enjoy the views without the exertion.
Santorini package holidays at vibrant Perissa reward you with a picturesque coastal village as well as a peaceful 7km black-sand beach packed with opportunities for watersports and diving classes. Whenever you are ready for something other than Santorini’s most tranquil beach, Perissa also offers a waterpark and a range of places to eat, where you’ll find typically delicious Greek food and drinks on the menu.
Families booking bargain holidays to Santorini’s liveliest resort, Kamari, enjoy a Blue Flag beach, diving centre, and wide range of bars and tavernas. Like most other areas on Santorini, Kamari is a great place to enjoy traditional Greek food and also live music – however, the area has modern amenities too, including a lovely open-air cinema.
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