Santorini Volcano, Santorini
Categories: Volcanos, Nature & Parks
The cause of one of the largest and most destructive eruptions in recorded history, Santorini Volcano represents an active volcano with a crater rising out of the sea. The volcano violently erupted in 1627 BCE, destroying the island's thriving Minoan settlement. Although no clear records remain of this event, the eruption appears to have inspired many Greek myths and produced a short-term climatic change that caused heavy rainstorms as far away as Egypt. Today, all of Santorini serves as a kind of volcanological museum, offering you a chance to observe a range of geological features. To appreciate the volcano in its full glory, take a boat tour around the island. Santorini Volcano is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our international travel planner, Fira Edition.
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The view from the summit are panoramic -ally beautiful. Pictures, again, do not give this place justice. It is a must see. The steep incline is not recommended for those who have difficulty walking. T... read more »
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Under water volcano caused this place learn a lot about greek islands surrounding santorini it is one great hike as well take aphroditie sunset cruise it gives you guided tour of it along with swim in... read more »
Best view of the Caldera and the villages from all parts of the island, will compensate you when you visit the volcano of Santorini. you can go with small boats, just ask a travel agency.
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