Santorini – Classically Thera and officially Thira, is an island in the southern Aegean Sea, about 200km southeast of Greece’s mainland. The municipality of Santorini includes the inhabited island of Santorini and Therasia. The major settlements included Fira, Oia, Emporio, Kamari, Perissa, Imerovigli, Pyrgos, and Theraisa.
Fira Village – Fira also know as Thira, is the capital city of Santorini since the early years of the 19th century. It was built on the edge of the Caldera rim, enjoying stunning views of the sunken volcano and the opposite island.
Acropolis – Is a citadel built on a high hill, constructed during the late 5th century BC during the ‘Golden Age of Athens’, the Acropolis was built to honour the city’s patron goddess Athena.
White Tower – Is the most commonly know monument of Thessaloniki and the symbol of the city because of its prominent position, long history and imposive architecture.