Santorini Sunset Cruise with Lunch | by Antelope Travel
Sunset on Aphrodite Caique
Sail to Volcano, Hot Springs and end in Oia, while having dinner and watching the sunset on board.
No transfers available from Ia
Entrance fees 2,50 EURO per person to be paid on the spot
Day 1 - Sail to Volcano, Hot Springs and end in Oia, while having dinner and watching the sunset on board.
The bus picks up clients from the designated pick up points and drives them to Athinios port, in order to embark on the traditional boat AFRODITI.
The first stop is at the VOLCANO, as the isle of NEA KAMENI is better known. There, clients have the opportunity to climb to the crater of this dormant Volcano.
An hour later, the boat leaves the Volcano and heads to the small islet of PALAIA KAMENI, otherwise known as HOT SPRINGS, where clients have 30 minutes to swim in the warm (35C) waters, which are considered to have healing powers.
Next, the caique sails in the Caldera, and stops under the traditional village of OIA, where dinner on board accompanied by delicious Santorini wine is served, while clients enjoy the unique sunset view.
After the sunset the boat sails along the coastline of Santorini and returns to Athinios port, where the buses wait to take clients back to their hotels.
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