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Santorini is regarded by many as the most spectacular of the Greek islands. Thousands come to marvel at its sea-filled caldera, a vestige of what was probably the world’s largest volcanic eruption. Its landscapes of blue-domed roofs, dazzling white walls and black-sand beaches contrast the charming with the unearthly.


SAVE with our Santorini WELCOME PACKAGE!


• Arrival transfer Santorini Airport to hotel


• 3nts accommodations at the hotel of choice • Breakfast daily


Hotels


5 stars hotels Kastelli Resort San Antonio Majestic


4 stars hotels Anteliz Suites Grace Santorini Hotel Honeymoon Petra Villas Petit Palace Porto Fira Suites Cosmopolitan Suites Belvedere Suites El Greco Aressana Spa Hotel & Suites Kallisti Thera


Sightseeing Tours Days of Operation


Akrotiri Bus Tour/Oia Sunset Daily except Monday Sunset on Board Caldera-Oia


(Hot Springs-Thirassia-Oia-Sunset)


Cliff Side Suites Sun Rocks Tzekos Villas Chromata Aegean Plaza Daedalus Santo Miramare


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5 stars hotels Andronis Luxury Suites La Perla Villas Canaves Oia Suites Canaves Oia Hotel


4 stars hotels Alta Mare Hotel


Santorini


city transfers available. Please ask


our reservation agents for pricing.


Hotel descriptions available online www.tourcrafters.com


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