Notos Day Tour -

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€80,00 per person per person
8 hours
up to 49pax
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Notos Day Tour is an all-day pure Santorini experience that you can’t miss! Joining this tour you will discover the most important archaeological site of Santorini, details about the wine heritage of the island as we will visit the only Wine Museum of Koutsoyanopoulos Winery, amazing caldera landscapes, a stop at the highest spot of the island and the Monastery of Prophet Elias, and you will have the opportunity to enjoy your lunch by the sea. The Notos Day Tour concludes with Santorini’s most treasured moments as we will take you to the village of Oia to enjoy the magnificent sunset! Embark on a tour that will take you only to the best of Santorini!

What's included

Departure Location
Pick up from your accommodation place
Return Location
Designated Meeting Point
Tour Start Date & Time
Everyday at 11:30
Price includes
  • Entrance fees to the wineries
  • Guided tour in Akrotiri with a Licensed English-Speaking Guide
  • Transfers from/to meeting points
  • Wine tasting
Price does not include
  • Entrance fees in Akrotiri
  • Lunch
Additional Prices
Infants Price Policy: From 0 to 2 years old FREE of Charge Children Price Policy: From 3 to 12 years old 40,00€


Akrotiri Excavations

Discover the Aegean Sea’s Pompeii according to the archaeologists; the prehistoric town built in 2000 B.C. that was buried under lava after a massive volcanic eruption in 1612-1613 BC.  It is one of the most important prehistoric settlements of the Aegean. The first habitation at the site dates from the Late Neolithic times (at least the 4th millenium B.C.). During the Early Bronze Age (3rd millenium B.C.), a sizeable settlement was founded and in the Middle and early Late Bronze Age (ca. 20th-17th centuries B.C.) it was extended and gradually developed into one of the main urban centres and ports of the Aegean. The large extent of the settlement (ca. 20 hectares), the elaborate drainage system, the sophisticated multi-storeyed buildings with the magnificent wall-paintings, furniture and vessels, show its great development and prosperity. The various imported objects found in the buildings indicate the wide network of its external relations. Akrotiri was in contact with Crete but also communicated with the Greek Mainland, the Dodecanese, Cyprus, Syria and Egypt. The town’s life came to an abrupt end in the last quarter of the 17th century B.C. when the inhabitants were obliged to abandon it as a result of severe earthquakes. The erruption followed. The volcanic materials covered the entire island and the town itself. These materials, however, have protected up to date the buildings and their contents.


Perissa Beach
One of the liveliest, most famous beaches of Santorini, found at the southeastern part of the island. Great choices for food and activities. Perissa is a coastal village, located on the southeastern edge of the island, 13 kilometers away from the capital.


Prophet Elias Monastery
This is the highest spot (565m. above sea level) on the island offering panoramic views across the island and the Aegean Sea. Santorini owns a great many churches of unparalleled beauty scattered all over its length, from tiny charming chapels to massive monasteries. One of them is the glorious monastery of Profitis Ilias (Prophet Elias), one of the oldest of the island. It is situated on the summit of Mount Profitis Ilias that lies on the southeast edge of Santorini, 3 kilometers away from Pyrgos village, the highest settlement of the island.


Wine Museum
One of the 10 best wine museums of the world, where you will learn all about the history of wine through the centuries and participate in wine tasting. Being the only one of its kind in Greece, the Wine Museum occupies a natural cave. It is eight meters below ground, 300 meters long and has a labyrinth-like shape. The Wine Museum presents the history of wine and the life of vine-growers in Santorini from 1660 to 1970. The visitors can learn about the history of wine by viewing semi-mobile and still-life figurines.


Oia Village
The village of Oia on the north side of Santorini is famous for its architecture, its ambiance and the spectacular views to the caldera, the volcano and the sea. A must- visit spot that you can’t miss! Oia, also known as Pano Meria, is considered the most picturesque village of Santorini and holds the position of the most visited spot for sunset viewing, as it provides an excellent view of the well-known sunset, probably the most famous sunset in the world. It is on the northwest coast of Santorini and it is built on the caldera slope.

  • Starting point
  • First point
  • Second point
  • Third point
  • Fourth point
  • Fifth point
  • Sixth point
Starting point

Meeting at Designated Meeting Point

Here are several pick-up points around the island. Please, be advised for yours when booking your tour according the area of your Hotel!

First point

Caldera View Photo stop

We will stop in an amazing spot on the caldera to take photos and admire the beautiful views.

Second point

Akrotiri Excavations

Tour starts with a guided tour in the archaeological site of Akrotiri.Akrotiri excavations is one of the most important archaeological sites in Greece.  It’s a prehistoric town which was built 2000BC and was buried under pumice stones and volcanic ashes during a great volcanic eruption, in 1612-1613BC. 

Third point

Perissa Beach

Time for lunch by the sea and free time at the black beach of Perissa.

Fourth point

Prophet Elias Monastery

The highest spot of the island where the monastery is located will leave you breathless with the 360° views.

Fifth point

Wine Museum

The history of wine as it unfolds through exhibits of the only Wine Museum of the island.

Sixth point

Oia Village

The tour ends at the village of Oia for a memorable sunset experience.

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Things to remember for this Tour

Highlights of the tour: You will discover the most important archaeological site of Santorini. We will visit the only Wine Museum of Koutsoyanopoulos Winery. We will take you to the village of Oia to enjoy the magnificent sunset!

Pick up point: Pick up from your accommodation place

Drop off point:Designated Meeting Point


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Notos Day Tour

€80,00 per person per person
8 hours
up to 49pax

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