This is one of the best ways to explore Santorini. Explore the volcano and its craters, check out the hot springs, get a close-up view of the cliffs and enjoy prime seating for the sunset.
From the red sand of Red Beach to the black sand beaches of Perissa and Kamari, Santorini’s unique beaches are enchanting. Perissa is the best beach for kids, just be sure to bring some aqua socks as it can get scorching hot in the afternoon.
Simple but fun, the water park at Perissa beach features 3 pools, 3 waterslides, and a kids’ play area.
These ruins belong to an ancient civilization that was buried by an earthquake in the middle of the 2nd millennium BC. Excavation started in 1867 and there’s now a museum that shows the buildings and artifacts that remained intact.
From May to October, a cable car runs every 20 minutes from water’s edge to clifftop. It costs 4€ for adults and 2€ for children and is a fun ride for the kids.