Santorini is located in the Aegean Sea about 124 miles south-east of Greece. Santorini is small, and included in the volcanic islands of the Aegean Sea. Many people believe that Santorini is the lost island of Atlantis. Many of the ferries and cruise ships now dock here.
Visit the Archaeological Museum of Thera, which was built in 1960 by the
Ministry of Public works. This was built to replace older museums that was hit
by an earthquake in 1956. The museum holds sculptures, vases, and inscriptions
dated back to the Roman period.
A very energetic night life, Santorini offers many shops, restaurants, and night clubs. Dance and eat the night away at one of their spectacular clubs and restaurants. Many tourist come here to end the day. Great displays of light at the local club makes you want to dance more. Great up-tempo beats will keep your toes tapping all night long.