The island of Santorini – official name Thera - is also part of the Cyclades Islands. Around 3,600 years ago, during the Minoan era, the island was the site of one the largest volcanic eruptions in history. Legend has it that the city of Atlantis was submerged in the consequent tsunami. Much of the volcano rim collapsed into the sea but an island “edge” was left above the sea – the Santorini Caldera. There are three main tourist conurbations on the island - Fira, Oia and Imerovigli – set up on the crater edge looking overlooking the Aegean. The vistas from here are simply breath-taking. The village of Imerovigli is set 300 metres above sea level – and a short distance from the main town of Fira.

 The whitewashed, stunning, and imperious Grace Hotel sits the heart of the village but still enjoys the most amazing views of the sea. It has 21 guestrooms including 12 suites and the Villa. The Villa aside, the hotel only welcomes guest of 14 years and above. Most guestrooms boast a plunge pool and a balcony. The hotel offers complimentary yoga lessons and in room spa treatments. There is perfectly formed fitness centre, a bijou boutique, chapel, and the largest infinity swimming pool on the Caldera. The Santoro restaurant serves Mediterranean cuisine and is arguably the finest on the island. The 363 Champagne Bar is the ideal location for a sunset drink. Being part of the Auberge Resorts Collection, flawless service is delivered with a genuine smile. The hotel is a short walk to the Buddha Beach Bar and the Skaros Rock. 

 

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