Perched on the high volcanic cliffs of Imerovigli, resembling a small Cycladic village, is the complex Astra Suites hotel complex in Imerovigli Santorini Greece. With a view of the mysterious caldera, the volcano and the endless blue of the Aegean, the Astra Suites in Imerovigli Santorini is considered one of the most attractive hotels in Imerovigli Santorini, providing impeccable service, attending to its guests’ every need and whim. Check out our Santorini map to view the exact location of Astra Suites hotel in Imerovigli Santorini.
From the Astra Suites hotel in Imerovigli Santorini, guests have easy access to the following locations:
Santorini Airport (Monolithos): 8 km
Santorini Port (Athinios): 10 km
Fira Town: 2 km
Oia (Ia) Town: 9 km
Beach: 3 km
Supermarket: 200 m
Bus Stop: 800 m
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Imerovigli is the second largest settlement on Santorini after Fira which is the main town and capital, nonetheless it maintains a totally quaint character making it the most tranquil of all settlements on the western coast of the island. By far the most picturesque ‘balcony’ the island has to flaunt, it boasts countless specimens of authentic Santorinian architecture and some of the most appreciated views in the world. Take in the heavenly blue of the Aegean Sea, of the ‘satellites’ of Santorini directly opposite which are the volcanic islets, Thirassia island and Aspronissi, and last but not least, of the grandiose caldera cliff boasting 30 km in length from one peak end to the other. Imerovigli has the added asset advantage of being at the caldera’s highest peak, a distinct bonus for majestic, panoramic views. According to the personal opinions of many of its visitors, Imerovigli Santorini is the ideal vacation destination where one can fully enjoy the calming aura emitted by the wild and somewhat dramatic natural beauty of the island’s landscapes. What a gorgeous antithesis that makes! The geological phenomenon of the volcano has indeed created a location on earth characterized by breath-taking beauty, which visitors will be able to see manifested on the multiple layers of solidified lava -one on top of the other- upon the caldera cliffs. Imerovigli village is actually built on the edge of the crater’s inner walls (caldera) and at 300 meters above sea level! Astra Suites: an Imerovigli Suites Hotel
…One simple word that brings to mind images of unprecedented beauty. Nowhere else in the world is there such an impressive and magical combination of landscapes: the mysterious volcano and the golden sunset that sinks into the blue Aegean waters, the colorful beaches that are surrounded by high cliffs made of volcanic rock, bright white houses carved into the reddish cliffside, and dominating ancient monuments are evidence of one of the most significant civilizations in history.
A land so unique, that it becomes engraved into the soul and mind of everyone who visits it. On this page, you are provided with travel information about Santorini sightseeing and Santorini beaches. You will also be informed of the distances of the Astra Suites hotel in Imerovigli from the Santorini Port and Santorini Airport.
A most enjoyable feature of Santorini Island is its cuisine.
Santorini is celebrated for its tasty delicacies, such as fava (split-pea dip), fried white aubergines, tomato balls, courgette balls, baked kalamari, and sun-dried tomatoes which can be sampled at the traditional taverns and restaurants throughout the island. You should always accompany your meal with a few glasses of famous Santorini wine.
Santorini is rightly so one of the most exciting destinations in the world, attracting millions of visitors every year. During ancient times, Santorini was an important cultural center of Greece, and the many different tribes and peoples settling on the island had changed its name many times, from ‘Kallisti’ (the beautiful one) and ‘Stroggyli’ (the round one) to ‘Thira’ and finally ‘Santorini’. The history of the island is closely connected with volcanic activity in the area. In prehistoric times, in the 17th century BC, a violent volcanic eruption occurred, altering the shape and morphology of Santorini forever and creating the impressive natural features that we admire today. Nowadays, the island goes by the name ‘Santorini’, baptised so during the Venetian Rule after the Church of Saint Irene.