THE SECRET TIP OF TOURING THE BLACK, RED AND WHITE BEACHES OF SANTORINI

THE SECRET TIP OF TOURING THE BLACK, RED AND WHITE BEACHES OF SANTORINI

            The Island of Santorini in Greece is a really romantic destination loved for its scenery, cute classic Greek buildings and of course it’s out-of-the-ordinary beaches. Santorini is a volcanic island – it has come into existence because of a large volcanic eruption. The majority of the island is formed by hardened lava and volcanic ash etc. and that is why here lie some of the most unique beaches in the world – the black, red and white beaches.

            Many think that visiting all the beaches is rather time consuming, but that is true only in cases when you don’t have the right info so today I taught I’d share some tips from locals on how to get around the beaches without spending tons of time. ;)

            It’s probably better to start your beach exploration from Akrotiri, from which the black beach can be easily reached on foot. If you fancy a short boat trip, you might also go for a water taxi – it’s a really fast and convenient way to get around these three beaches- Santorini black, red and white beaches. This will cost you only around 5 EUR. These taxis are fast and, moreover, they offer the ability to have some fun and relaxation on water.

            The same goes if you want to get from Perisa to Kamari to change the vibe and enjoy their beaches. Instead of taking the regular taxi or car to cross the whole island and mountain on land, it is way more relaxing, interesting and fast to just take the water taxi and go around the island on water. Plus, it’s just another chance to enjoy the Santorini beaches from another viewpoint and spot your perfect sunbathing or exploring spots along the way!

Santorini-beach-katharos-next-to-oia-village

 

 

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