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Santorini: 3-Day Car Rental

1. Santorini: 3-Day Car Rental

Rent a car in Santorini and explore every part of the island at your own pace. Avoid crowds on buses and high taxi fares. You can select where and what time you want the car to be delivered to you, either at your hotel, the airport, or the ferry port of Santorini. The car rental includes 3 days or 72 hours from the time starting on the contract. The local operator will bring the car to you at the decided upon time and you will sign a rental contract on the spot. The car category is B, which includes small city cars with 4 doors, a mechanic manual gearbox, and of course, air-conditioning and basic insurance. The driver of the car must be aged between 21 and 65 years old and must provide a valid credit card. You can arrange for extras on-site, such as extra insurance or a GPS maps device. At the end of the rental, the activity provider will come to pick up the car from you at the spot you arrange with them during pickup. At the time of return, you must load the car with the same level of gasoline as when you received it.

Santorini:Pyrgos, Winery & Oia

2. Santorini:Pyrgos, Winery & Oia

Start your tour from Pyrgos Village, a medieval village dotting the landscape with tiny white houses and bluer-then-life domed churches. Feel like a spot of monkish meditation? You'll move on to the 16th century Monastery of Prophet Elias in Pyrgos village. The Monastery is built on the highest point, 565 meters above the sea level, offering a breathtaking panoramic view of the island. You can also sample local delicacies made by monks. A dose of wine culture follows, with a visit to a popular local winery. You'll taste a variety of local wines and receive a mini tutorial on the particular characteristics of Santorini vineyards. Your final destination is picturesque Oia Village, a vision in white and blue, with magnificent views over the volcanic islets and caldera, as well as marble alleys, art galleries and jewellery shops. Its colourful Cycladic architecture and 52 blue domes are postcard (remember those?) material.

Santorini: Private 4-Hour Cultural Villages Sightseeing Tour

3. Santorini: Private 4-Hour Cultural Villages Sightseeing Tour

Following a convenient pickup from your starting point on the island, start your private tour by heading to the village of Pyrgos, known as the island’s historic monument. Built on the top of a hill, this settlement is home to an 18th-century Venetian castle. Explore the remains of the fortress built into small alleys and circle-shape roads by the locals to fortify the area. The town is surrounded by vineyards, chapels, churches, narrow cave houses with charming balconies, and pebbled paths. Continue your road trip by strolling the narrow pathways of the traditional village of Megalochori. This quaint settlement is made up of hundreds of small white painted houses with exquisite architecture, tiny alleys, tower bells, beautiful blue-domed churches, and underground cave houses. In this picturesque and non-touristic environment, you’ll truly be basking in the local culture and lifestyle. Next up, discover Emporio, the entryway to another era and the island's commercial center during the Venetian occupation. In medieval times, the inhabitants of this village used to build their houses side by side in small quaint streets so that they could protect themselves against pirates. Walk the narrow pathways of the Venetian castle and take memorable photos overlooking the volcanic landscape. Lastly, head to Akrotiri and visit the hidden gem of Santorini: the prehistoric Minoan Bronze Age settlement preserved in volcanic ash. One of the most important archaeological sites in Greece, it was home to one of the first European civilizations. Tucked away at the southern tip of Santorini, this settlement prospered for centuries before being eradicated by a great volcanic eruption. End your private experience by returning to the starting point or another place of your preference on the island.

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What people are saying about Pyrgos Kallistis

A big thankyou to Argyris our driver and tour Guide today. Amazing Experience , full of interesting information- explained in full. He went the extra mile to show us more local parts of the Island taking many photos . Thank you again Argyris- big thumbs up from us . Highly recommended

A disadvantage for people over 1.90 meters there is relatively little legroom. Appointment for handing over the keys was kept, only to return it takes almost an hour longer than agreed.

Beautiful experience. The driver Michele, very kind and welcoming, the guide Irene, competent and helpful. Experience to do. Highly recommended

Great guide, very knowledgeable about the area, wines, and traditions of the island. Highly recommend