The Tomato Industrial Museum is a fascinating attraction at the Santorini Arts Factory, which is a multi-purpose gallery and cultural space in Vlichada. It is a recent addition to the cultural stage of the island, as it opened its doors in 2014.
The Naval Museum of Thira in Oia opens at the beginning of April every year and welcomes visitors until the last day of October. Located in an old mansion, especially restored to fit its new purpose, the museum documents the maritime history of the island from ancient times to the XIX Century.
The Santorini Cultural Village in Pyrgos is a contemporary complex, which aims to tell the story of the “Santorini of the past.”
The Museum of Minerals & Fossils is one of the main museums of Santorini, albeit not as known as the Museum of Prehistoric Thira in Firá. The museum is managed by the Cultural Society of Thira, and is located in Perissa.
Santo Maris Oia Luxury Suites & Spa offers excellent accommodation, dining, and wellness facilities. Guests will enjoy a wide variety of treatments at our elegant Revival Spa.
The Santorini Hot Springs are one of the island’s most popular attractions and sometimes is fun to follow the tourist trends. Swimming in the Hot Springs is a pastime included in most boat tours of the Caldera so you cannot miss it. Book a tour to Nea Kameni to visit the Nea Kameni National Geological Park and to hike the volcano of the island, then stop for a swim.