A big surprise how high was the losting becouse of the voncan civilization of archaic cycladic period before 3400 yeard.
About Akrotiri Archaeological Site
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Enjoyed our visit to the Akrotiri site and found it interesting to walk around and read about the history of the area. Would recommend you only need about a hour to have a good look around the site as it is not huge. We did...More
Akrotiri is very interesting, and a must see while in Santorini. Better with a tour if possible, but not necessary because the plaques have very good information. It's best if you also visit to the archaeological museum in Fira, or the one in Athens to...More
We visited this site in late December and pretty much had the place to ourselves. The outer route was the only route open, and we completed it in about 30 minutes max. The most interesting part was the area that included the pots/vessels. There is...More
Incredible visit to what many scientist and scholars believe to be the lost city of Atlantis. The site is located on the east end of the island, just a short drive (25 minutes) from Thira. Once you enter the enclosed area (A/C), it will truly...More
My family and I really enjoyed walking around this site. It is one large room with some amazing ruins. This is wheelchair accessible once inside (I don't' remember if there are stairs coming up to the building itself). We were the only ones there in...More
As we were on our way to Red Beach, we saw the sign for this site and decided to stop. So glad we did. It is a well preserved and very interesting peek into civilization past.
We did not take a guided tour but walked around the site and there was no entry fee when we went. Even if you aren't a history buff, it is worth taking a look around to see how centuries ago there was a civilization, to...More