The ancient island of Santorini constitutes a wonderland of rich culture and history, with nature unique to its island. According to Greek mythology, the island was created from a chunk of earth thrown into the sea by Euphemus, son of Poseidon.
Santorini (originally named Thira) is the aftermath of an enormous volcanic eruption that destroyed the first settlements of once a single island and created the geological Caldera that now lies in the Aegean Sea.
Now, the island is a world-known destination for its spectacular cliff formations, black sand beaches, steep and narrow streets, with an active volcano that lies under the island’s volcanic depression. Many boat tours offer the chance to discover this unique underwater crater. We show you some helpful tips & advice to help you find the perfect boat tour, or perhaps inspire the next location for your upcoming trip!Continue reading “The Top 4 Volcano Boat Tours in Santorini’s Caldera”