Santorini’s rugged landscape may have been defined by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century but it’s the recent rise in fine dining options and chic beach clubs which have shaped the Santorini that we know and love today.
The most popular island in the Cyclades, Santorini’s black, volcanic beaches attract sun worshippers eager to take part in water sports or relax in the warm Mediterranean climate. Away from the beach, there’s much to explore; meander through the winding roads of Fira in search of local produce and trinkets or visit the town of Oia, where the Naval Maritime Museum provides a vivid history of seafaring in the region. Of an evening, the ruins of Oia Castle draw crowds to watch the sunset.
Luxury villas in Santorini are chosen for their location, privacy and facilities. Erossea enjoys an elevated position and overlooks the caldera, offering an unrivalled sunset view from the terrace. Whilst Erosantorini boasts the largest private pool on the island, equipped with a spa, fitness centre and outdoor cinema, guests may find little excuses to leave the villa’s grounds.