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Hidden in a cave, open to a yard. An amazing restaurant which shares outstanding view to Kamari village and Anafi island. Its open yard is a secret waiting to be discovered. Delicious plates at a reasonable cost. You should try cheese with honey, broccolo suffle, lamp with feta sauce, rizzoto with…
This is a hidden gem. It's a bit hard to find if you don't know exactly where it is on the map. Make sure you make a reservation before going there for dinner, as it's usually full during sunset hours.
The setting is absolutely beautiful overlooking the valley below, and the food and service is amasing.
urige Taverne an schoener Aussichtslage, traditionelle griechische Kueche, immer lecker, freundlicher Service
We recommend this Restaurant 100% for the quality . atmosphere and value for money. Just make sure you book in advance as it is always fully booked :)
They are #1 on Trip Advisor for a reason! So good and great views. Let me make you a reservation!
Host's best choice!A real destination!My favorite place!Overlooking the East side,of the island.Pure local and Cretan products,combined and cooked for you.A long with good wine.Highly recommended!!!!!
One of the most famous restaurants in Santorini, hidden in an old village.Amazing views, amazing food and a great vibe overall.
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“The location of this winery is amazing...it is on the highest part of the caldera, so you get an incredible view of the whole island. Also, you can taste amazing wines and local delicacies like cheese, tomato paste, olives and crispbreads. Tip: Go there for wine testing and sunset watching, and you will have a unique experience away from the crowds of tourists.”
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“The excavations at Akrotiri have uncovered one of the most important prehistoric settlements of the Aegean. The settlement was destroyed in the Theran eruption about 1627 BC and buried in volcanic ash, which preserved the remains of fine frescoes and many objects and artworks. ”
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