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If you’re looking for a true Greek island experience, there are few places more authentic than Santorini. The island is defined by a submerged volcanic crater, left when the centre collapsed thousands of years ago during an eruption. This incredible history, along with the local’s white-washed, blue-domed villas, has made Santorini a uniquely picturesque destination for many holiday-makers and backpackers.
With reliable blue skies most days of the year and an average temperature of 29°C across the summer months, a visit to Santorini is as close as you can come to a guarantee of good weather. There’s plenty of ways to enjoy the sun as well, including the blackened beaches of Kamari and Katharos, open-air nightclubs and a range of local watersports. No matter how you spend the day, you can always end it with the legendary Oia golden sunset, the basis for many stories and myths surrounding the island.