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Located just south of the Santorini’s capital of Fira, the De Sol Spa hotel offers calm and luxurious accommodation on one of the most beautiful and breathtaking islands in the Aegean Sea. The hotel boasts a large swimming pool surrounded by sun loungers, as well as a restaurant, which serves up a delightful selection of local culinary treats, and a great spa centre, where you can choose from a wide range of beauty and wellness treatments. If you want to explore the island further, then it’s possible to rent both bikes and cars. With the central location of the hotel, it is easy to reach sights such as the Red and White Beach and the ancient ruins of Akrotiri in the south, as well as visit the cities of Fira and Oia in the north. Boat tours are also easily available near the hotel. Explore the beautiful caldera of Santorini with the volcanic cliffs of the island rising sharply around it, or go island hopping on some of the many enchanting destinations that can be reached from Athinios Port, located just a short distance from the hotel.
Originally named ‘The Circular One’, half of Santorini sank into the sea due to a powerful volcanic eruption more than 3,000 years ago. Today the crescent-shaped island rise sharply out of the Aegean Sea like a jagged black diamond. On Santorini, you’ll find mythology and history beautifully complemented by the stunning natural sights of black volcanic beaches, all-year sun, clear waters and romantic villages. Throughout Santorini, you can explore a wealth of various buildings and sites that all add to the history of the island. Visit the beautiful Venetian-styled Argyros Mansion, marvel at the amazing Orthodox Metropolitan Cathedral, which overlooks the caldera, and gaze out across the island and the sea from the solitary church of Ekklisia Profitis Ilias.
Another way to experience the island is by boarding one of the sailboats waiting in the old port of the island’s capital, Fira. Touring the caldera, you’ll be able to see the white-washed houses that crown the cliffs of the island, as well as take a refreshing dip in the sea. Some of the boats will serve lunch during the tour, while others will stop at seaside restaurants, where you can feast on amazing Greek food.