Kamari, nestled in the back drop of Mesa Vouno, is located just 10 minutes from the airport, on the south eastern side of the island.
Kamari, nestled in the backdrop of Mesa Vouno, is located just 10 minutes from the airport, on the south eastern side of the island. A traditional village that has developed into one of the most popular resorts on the island.
Who holidays in Kamari?
Kamari has something for everyone, relaxed and peaceful in the day time and good nightlife and choice of restaurants for the evening.
A varied selection of bars, good restaurants, local Greek tavernas, clubs and shops all blend to make Kamari an ideal choice for your holiday! An international resort with a good mix of nationalities offers a unique, up market, laid back atmosphere. The pebbly beach offers a good choice of water sports and is lined by a beach front promenade.
- Relaxed atmosphere
- Friendly local people
- Lively nightlife
Things To Do
Fira: An abundance of bars, shops, cafes and tavernas, some offering views of the Caldera. Beautiful cobbled streets, mixing old with new. Some night clubs to dance the night away.
Oia: Hosts the most fantastic view on Santorini. Spectacular sunsets. Beautiful white washed and blue domed houses. This is the most picturesque village in Greece so ensure you do not forget your camera.
Pyrgos: Large village retaining its medieval features. Highest point on the island.
Walking: Recommended throughout the island. Push bikes can be rented too.
Things To See
Hot Springs: Possible to visit by boat and a fantastic way to relax on your holiday. Here you can soak up the therapeutic mud and enjoy a leisurely swim. Located at Palea Kameni, next to Nea Kameni (old burnt one), which is the volcano.
Ancient Thira: The site of Ancient Thira is situated on the rocky headland of Mesa Vouno, 370 metres above sea level on the southeast coast. This site was re-colonised after the great eruption.
Akrotiri: An ancient Minoan city, located in the village of the same name, where excavations in Santorini still continue to this day. There is also a castle (Goulas) which is now ruined (after the Turkish invasion in 1617).
Fira Architecture: The capital with the spectacular architecture of its dazzling white houses. The volcano lies exactly opposite, still emitting puffs of steam. The town is situated 27.5 metres above sea level.