Santorini is a Greek island situated in the Aegean Sea. It is the island’s largest and most populous of a small volcanic archipelago comprises four islands.
The island, as well as those of Thirassía Aspronisi and is a remnant of an ancient island partially destroyed around 1600 BC. BC during the Minoan eruption.
Santorini is one of the main tourist attractions of Greece, with its blue domed white villages perched on top of cliffs, views of the other islands and caldera and archaeological sites, including those of the ancient city of Thera and Akrotiri where Minoan ruins were found.