Traditional VillagesFinikia -

The hidden Gem of Santorini!

High on History

Finikia is a charming historic neighborhood of Oia which dates back to the early medieval settlements of Santorini. Got its name from the palm tree, just outside the church of Agia Patrona. Finikia means palm tree in Greek.  You are going to find lovely whitewashed cave houses and majestic churches that surround the village. It is a village where farmers worked in vineyards and made the traditional houses with low doors, rounded roofs, and arch ways Is also surrounded by agricultural fields and vineyards that you can explore.

Top things to Do

Kyra Panagia
The small church of Kyra Panagia (Lady of the Virgin) is the ideal spot to enjoy a breathtaking sunset in total peace.
Walk around the Village
The best thing about the town is that it is hidden and a great destination to go if you want to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. You will surely be mesmerized by the beauty and lovely architecture of the village once you set your eyes on it. Just strolling around the quiet footpaths is enough as you get to enjoy the history and panoramic views of the town and surrounding island.
Food & Drinks
The local restaurants and taverns offer a wide range of typical dishes, so don’t miss the chance to try them. Greek cuisine is based on the healty Mediterranean one, but more enriched.
500 m
50 (2011)
Antonios Sigalas
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