Cruise Port Guides Santorini Greece
Cruise Port Guides: Santorini Greece – Santorini is a Greek Island and can be on a Mediterranean or Greek Isles cruise.
The cruise port of Santorini is a tender port and when you get to shore to get up to the town centre you can either take the cable car, walk or ride a donkey. The best way is the cable car.
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WHAT TO DO IN THE CRUISE PORT OF SANTORINI GREECE?
The town of Fira is the town you enter from the cable car. All the buildings are whitewashed apart from the churches.
Fira is built of the dramatic cliff side of Santorini Island and has incredible views.
The town is small and has lots of shops, bars and restaurants. It is a lovely place to walk around and take in the views.
WHAT TOURS ARE THERE TO GO ON IN SANTORINI?
There are many tours to choose from in Santorini from the visiting the Santorini Crater or the neighbouring towns of Oia and Kamari.
If you would like to see the blue topped domed churches you can visit Oia, which is located on the northern tip of Santorini.
For a day at the beach, you can go to the black sand beach of Kamari located on the southeast side of Santorini.
- Weather: 22*C – 30*C in the summer months
- Currency: Euro
- Language: Greek, English is spoken
- What to wear: Flat sturdy shoes as there are uneven surfaces.
- What to bring: A bottle of water, camera/phone, fan and hat.
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