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Santorini, Greece

Perivolas is perched on the cliffs high above the Aegean Sea, a short walk from the beautiful villiage of Oia, Santorini.

By Air:
Fly direct into Santorini (Thira) (30km) or via Athens (300km).

By Ferry / Hydrofoil:
From Athens port Piraeus, there are regular ferries and hydrofoils to Santorini. Most vessels leave Piraeus in the early morning or mid afternoon; ferries take 6-8 hours while hydrofoils take only 4-5 hours but cost more. It is a superb way to arrive, cruising into the calm caldera and looking up at the volcanic cliffs around you.

From the Airport / Port:
The hotel is about 30 minutes' drive from both Santorini airport and Santorini (Athinios) port. The hotel can arrange a taxi transfer or you could hire a car.

We advise that you check boat timetables (see GTP or ask the hotel) before confirming your hotel booking.

Detailed directions to the hotel itself will be sent when you confirm your booking.

More on getting to Greece and getting around.


  • Santorini, Thira 30.0km JTR
  • Athens, Eleftherios Venizelos 300.0km ATH


  • beach: 1.0 km
  • shop: 0.2 km
  • restaurant: 0.2 km
Save to favouritesPrintMailPerivolasIt was the touch of something brushing past my toes that woke me from my reverie. I opened my eyes to see a black cat with golden eyes scampering off across the sun-baked stones. Behind this was a vista to beat any daydream: a turquoise pool slipping seamlessly into an aqua-marine sea far below; this dazzling azur, ringed by the brown and red of ashen cliffs, and topped by the white of myriad houses and a scattering of blue church domes. Where else could I be but on the volcanic island of Santorini? Or, more precisely, stretched across a lounger by the pool at Perivolas, a collection of traditional vaulted houses perched above the sea-filled cauldron at Oia. With its organically curved terraces spilling down the slope, its cool white [r:GR011:rooms and suites] half-dug into the mountain-side, its carefully manicured gardens, and its infinity pool, this must be one of the most hallowed pieces of earth in the whole Med. Black cats clearly bring good luck in this part of the world.

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