Book Santorini Ancient Akrotiri Private Tour and the Underground Wine Museum with a professional Archaeologist.
Book this Private Tour to Santorini Ancient Akrotiri and Underground Museum and explore the excavations of Akrotiri, a Minoan city that lay buried for centuries after a volcanic eruption!
What you will visit on this Private tour to Santorini Ancient Akrotiri and the Underground Wine Museum?
Prophet Elias Monastery
Underground wine Museum
Hear of Akrotiri's links to Plato's Atlantis, an ancient city that was said to have disappeared after the Greek gods were angered.
Take your first stop at the exciting archaeological site of Akrotiri, an ancient settlement of the Minoan Bronze Age that was destroyed and buried by a great volcanic eruption about 3,600 years ago.
Walk to the semi-crushed multi-story buildings with your archaeological guide and see frescoes, ceramics, and other relics as you will hear how life would have been years ago.
Of particular interest is the intelligent drainage system that testifies to the complexity of the engineers of the time.
Many speculate that this dated site hosts the ruins of Atlantis, a mythical city described by the Greek philosopher Plato.
The long history of Santorini's winery is demonstrated in some of the remains of Akrotiri, providing the perfect slogan for the next round of visits.
Grab your camera and get ready - such landscapes are not to be found everywhere...
While Santorini has several of the sorts, Red Beach’s landscape is truly unique: Dark blue waters, with the mountain towering above them, crimson and black, combining a unique landscape.
This interesting and special morphological character puts the Red Beach among the fascinating shores in the world.
Α visit to the monastery of Prophet Elias, upon the hilltop, is a must. There, visitors can marvel at the panoramic views of the island..
It is the sole underground Wine Museum in Greece, being 8 meters below ground. It is shaped like a labyrinth and stretches for 300 meters, presenting the history of wine and the daily life of the Santorini’s vine dresser since 1660.
Visitors are toured around the facilities while seeing depictions of wine’s history. In the end, visitors have a chance to try four of the best wines of the modern winery, in a specially designed tasting space.