Santorini has been a hub that travelers have been flocking to en masse every single year. It is world-renowned for its architecture, and famous for its wine, cherry tomatoes and breathtalomg views of the caldera, an island that was formed due to a volcanic eruption. Cliff-perched, whitewashed villages and the surrounding sea offers the picturesque setting for a great sunset view that the planet can offer, so don’t be surprised if you see thousands migrating through the narrow alleys at Oia to watch the sun go down. It is without a doubt a glorious view, but why not watch the sunset in style with a glass of local wine in your hand by booking a YachtHop’s partner cruise, and sail around the caldera during Santorini's golden hour?

Our Day Cruise begins with a stop at the Red Beach for a refreshing swim. We continue with a pleasant sail along the White Beach, the Black Beach, and the big Light House, south of the caldera. You can explore the unmanned volcanic beaches where the spectacular colors will amaze you or you can just sunbathe on the deck. Whilst heading to the Hot Springs, you will feel the energy of the volcano and the spirit of the island. Our next stop is Thirassia Island, a fishermen's island, which is ideal for swimming and admiring the unique view of Manolas village, just before we enter the old port of Ammoudi. A delicious lunch with wine and dessert is served onboard.


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