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All reviews nice village narrow streets cats and dogs worth a visit less touristy enjoyable visit wonderful flowers traditional greek village fira and oia pretty village profitis ilias souvenir shops island tour white houses interesting museum couple of hours lovely walk
You are done with mass tourism. You are looking for authenticity, charm and peace. Well do not spread too quickly the news but there is still an existing place like this in Santorini.
Pyrgos is simply fantastic. Narrow walking streets, warm people, beautiful view on...More
As the name implies, Pyrgos is that kind of village you are looking for when going to Santorini with the huge difference that there are by far not those crowds you bump into in Oia and Fira. The silence will make you feel like actually...More
Pyrggos is an classical hilltop village complete with narrow winding streets, great views and several churches. The viewpoint from the top is spectacular.
Based on our guides recommendation we visited in the afternoon and it was reasonably peaceful. Apparently the mornings can be very busy...More
We visited here at part of a TUI island trip. Must see the cultural village museum and take a walk up to the Venetian chick at the top of the cobbled narrow streets. The views from there are spectacular.
There weren't very many tourists, so it was great to explore the traditional Greek village (typical white houses and lots of steps) at our leisure. The town isn't too big - you can walk around in 1-2 hours with a stop at a cafe since...More
its away from the tourist mess of Santorini, but still offers amazing views of the Caldera and the island. Also lately there is availability for places to stay and good places to visit and eat. During the Easter festivites is the best place to be...More
When in Santorini around Easter, you have to visit Pyrgos on Good Friday. The whole town is lit up with candles just after sunset, starting at the top with three crosses. It's magical. Do take into account that the procession takes a few hours, so...More