Villages​​​​

Oia is probably the most famous and well known village of Santorini.
It is renowned for watching the infamous Santorini sunset and being one of the most picturesque villages.  Perched on top of the cliff side with an amazing view ofthe volcano Palia & Nea Kameni as well as Thirassia

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Oia Finika Village

​​​A quaint village between Fira & Oia on the same coast line and where the views just get better.
Imerovigli village sits on the cliffside at a height of around 300m which is the highest point on the caldera.
Again Imerovigli is a traditional village that is host to a number of hotels, bars and restaurants most with spectacular views.

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Imerovigli Village

​​​​Fira (also spelt Thira) is the capital of Santorini and the busiest of the villages. Again perched on the breathtaking cliff side at a height of 260m nearly central on the west side of the island, it gives the opportunity of spectacular
panoramic views of the island and the caldera.

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Fira Firostefani Villages

One of the most traditional villages built upon a hillside with a maze of small streets leading to a central square.
In the square you will find some small tavernas and coffee shops frequented by locals, giving Megalochori that village vibe.

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Megalochori Village

Pyrgos village is located on the top of a hill giving 360 degree views of the island.
If you climb up into the village you will come to one of the five Venetian castles of the island dating back to the 13th century.

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Pyrgos Village

​​Meaning: the corner below & the corner above.
To the base of the hill that climbs into Pyrgos you will find Mesa Gonia, leading into Exo Gonia and finally Pyrgos at the highest point.
Host to old wine roads you can walk up from Mesa Gonia all the way through the villages up to Pyrgos.

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Mesa Exo Gonia Villages

 One of the beach villages of the island popular for its blue flag beach and excellent infrastructure.  The beach a combination of black sand and pebbles.
Kamari has a long flat promenade packed with bars, hotels and restaurants.  Making this an enjoyable stroll day or night.

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Kamari Villlage

The second beach side village of Santorini located the other side of Mesa Vouno to Kamari.
Perissa also has a fully organised blue flag beach with beach bars restaurants and watersport. Perissa has a more sandy beach than Kamari, running into Perivolos beach you get a more spread out feel to this resort.  

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Perissa Perivolos Villages

Emporio is the largest village of Santorini located at the foot of Mount Prophet Elias and in the past was the centre for trade for Santorini.
At the village entrance stands two churches with spectacular bell towers leading the way to the village with its medieval charm.

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Emporio Village

Akrotiri is a traditional village full of history, which was originally a Minoan settlement. The prehistoric town was destroyed due to a massive volcanic erruption around 1600 BC Source.  
This is still a quieter village and less developed than others.

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Chatterbox Santorini Travel Guide Akrotiri Village