Santorini, for those few that have somehow managed to not visit, forms the southernmost member of the Cyclades group of islands in Greece with population of 15,550 inhabitants. During the summer months, and summer does indeed last for a good 5-6 months down there, the number of inhabitants jumps to more than twice that as honeymooners, travel addicts and wine lovers flock the island. A volcanic eruption in the early years separated the island into a complex of 6 islands (2 of which are only inhabited) forming the unique caldera on the main island of Santorini featuring steep cliffs and beautiful views to the rest of the complex and the south Aegean sea.
Donkey in the village of Pyrgos
Throughout the island of Santorini, there is an estimated 1400 hectares of vineyards still under cultivation
The unique sunset of Santorini watched from the hills and cliffs of Oia