Santorini has become a very famous tourist destination in recent years. The fact that it is such a popular destination now makes it harder to find activities that appeal to the more discerning traveler. If you’re looking for the hidden Santorini, you’ll want to be able to get away from the large crowds of tourists. Read on to learn a bit about what you should experience in Santorini to help you appreciate what makes it so special.
The Vassaltis vineyards are a perfect place to visit in Santorini if you’re a fan of white wine. You can try white wines that are made from local grapes. If you want to experience some of the finest wine that Santorini has to offer, this should be one of the first stops on your list. It’s a great place to spend an afternoon tasting wine with friends.
The Artspace Winery in Exo Gonia
The Artspace Winery in Exo Gonia is another place that you should visit if you enjoy dessert wine. Try the vinsanto, which is a dessert wine made using sun-dried Assyrtiko grapes. It smells great and tastes quite sweet. You’ll enjoy the overall experience at this winery if you make a stop there.
Boat Trips Around the Island
To truly soak in the beauty of the island, it’s a good idea to book a boat trip. You should be able to find various boat options for this type of trip. Seeing the island from the perspective of the boat will be a very romantic activity. This will work nicely if you’re traveling with a special someone but it is also an appropriate way for families to appreciate Santorini.
Farm-to-Table Food Options
Farm-to-table food options will give you the best chance of experiencing the hidden Santorini. There are fine dining options to consider as well, but you might wish to sample the local cuisine in the most accurate way possible. Many local eateries offer local foods, and you’ll be thrilled with the variety of food on offer.
If you’d prefer a fine dining experience, then seek out Canaves Oia Epitome’s Elements restaurant. This restaurant has some of the best cuisine in the area and the menu represents Santorini properly. It’s a great way for those with culinary expectations to appreciate the tastes of the area.
from Jasmine Sidhu-NovoGradac’s Travel Blog http://jasminesidhunovogradac.net/the-hidden-santorini/