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The arse end of Santorini!

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Monolithos is on the south east coastline of Santorini. The village took its name from the large rock ‘Monolitho’ upon which stands the church of Agios Ioannis. Monolithos is an ideal place for a quiet relaxing holiday, with crystal clear waters and a fine black sand beach. The shallow wading waters make it deal for children – plus there is a playground and a volleyball area on the beach. Some areas are organized so you can hire sun beds and umbrellas. There are several good fish taverns & restaurants.

Top things to Do

Tomato Factory
The tomato factory of D. Nomikos was built near the beach of Monolithos in the early 1920s with D. Manoudakis and K. Nomikos, who later left the business. This factory is a unique example of the industrial architecture of that period.
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.
405 (2011)
Antonios Sigalas
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