The heart of Santorini lies in its wine making, particularly in the southern part of the island. Besides the breathtaking Cycladic architecture of ancient medieval villages, you will find yourself surrounded by endless short, signature vineyards. Take a cooking class to orient yourself with the local culinary customs and unique ingredients such as the ‘Santorian tomatoes’ and ‘fava’. Afterwords, take time to enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. A truly immersive experience can be had by exploring the many indigenous wine labels of the island and their rich history through a ceremonial wine tasting.
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“I initially pegged Santorini as just a pretty place before my visit but I’ve realized there’s so much more than donkeys and sunset views.”