Santorini Attractions for Groups (7 to 17 Guests)
Are you a party of over six? Do you want to enjoy the IMPRESSIVE SANTORINI tour as a team? Santorini Attractions is the same tour for larger groups.
It will leave you speechless
A walk along all the Santorini Attractions: the Caldera in the village of Oia will unveil the unique beauty of white churches with blue domes. Ascending the mountain of Prophet Ilias will leave you speechless as the whole island awaits to be photographed. We will stop for photos and wine tasting at a local winery and continue for a walk in Fira town.
- Meeting at agreed location
- Drive to Oia and a walk in the village
- Drive to Prophet Ilias and a stop for photos
- Stop at the famous blue Dome in Firostefani
- Wine tasting(optional) at a local winery
- End of the tour in Fira town (or eventually at any other location upon agreement)
Why Santorini’s wines are one of the best Santorini Attractions?
The island remains the home of a small, but flourishing, wine industry. All the fame is based on the indigenous grape variety, Assyrtiko, with auxiliary cultivations of two other Aegean varietals, Athiri and Aidani. The vines are extremely old and resistant to phylloxera. That means the vines needed no replacement during the great phylloxera epidemic of the late 19th century.
The viticultural pride of the island is the sweet and strong Vinsanto (Italian: “holy wine”). It is a dessert wine made from the best sun-dried Assyrtiko, Athiri, and Aidani grapes, and undergoing long barrel aging (up to twenty or twenty-five years for the top cuvées). It matures to a sweet, dark amber-orange, unctuous dessert wine that has achieved worldwide fame, possessing the standard Assyrtiko aromas of citrus and minerals, layered with overtones of nuts, raisins, figs, honey and tea.
White wines from the island are extremely dry with a strong, citrus scent and mineral and iodide salt aromas. These are contributed by the ashy volcanic soil, whereas barrel aging gives to some of the white wines a slight frankincense aroma, much like Vinsanto. It is not easy to be a winegrower in Santorini; the hot and dry conditions give the soil a very low productivity. The yield per acre is only 10 to 20% of the yields that are common in France or California. The island’s wines are standardised and protected by the “Vinsanto” and “Santorini” OPAP designations of origin. (Source Wikipedia)
the tour is private so I am flexible to customise the itinerary for any last minutes changes according to your needs and mood of that day.