Caldera Overview

People who are still wondering what to see in Santorini should visit Caldera, which is a half-moon-shaped bay formed after a volcanic eruption during the Minoan civilization. A myriad of visitors visits the caldera to enjoy the sweeping views of the picturesque villages with different hues of the sunset. It also offers remarkable hiking opportunities starting from Fira to Oia through Firostefani and Imerovigli.

A massive volcanic explosion about 3600 years back blasted away the center of Santorini Island, leaving behind a gigantic crater. It was filled with water, making it the world's only submerged Caldera, a thousand feet over the sea level, and the principal attraction among places to visit in Santorini.

The source of the rumors about the lost city of Atlantis, this mystic natural wonder fringed by towering cliffs, present remarkable boat tours, baths in hot springs, and trips to the volcanic islands at the center of the Caldera.

Highlights: Boat tours to active volcanic islands, natural harbor, captivating views.


• Visit the special form of a volcanic crater, which is also known as the Caldera of Santorini.
• Witness the amazing views of the sea and nature from the caldera in Santorini.
• Learn the popularity of the Caldera from the picturesque half-moon shape of the island of Santorini.
• Hike to the series of tiny mountains of Caldera with your friends and family for some fun, thrill, and excitement.
• Explore the scenic villages of Caldera and click pictures around the beautiful houses to cherish the moments down memory lane.
• Learn about the huge volcanic eruption that altered the Mediterranean topography and formed the Caldera in Santorini.
• Wander along the Caldera that has been linked to one of the top unsolved ancient mysteries in the world.
• Admire the majestic beauty of the sunset from the villages of Caldera, including Ohio, Imerovigli, and Fira.
• Take bath in the hot springs in the Caldera in Santorini.

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