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Oia, Santorini island

Oia (pronounced Ia) is on the northeastern part of the island of Santorini, approximately 12 km from the capital town of Fira. The area of Baxedes is surrounded by typical Santorinian vineyards, and close views of neighbouring islands. The traditional village of Oia has a lot to offer.  Besides the world famous sunset and the extraordinary Cycladic architecture, you will also find small cafes and restaurants, jewelry stores, clothing shops with a focus on linen products, mini-markets, all along the beautiful, cobblestone pathways leading you through the village.
Unique sunset

How to get to Santorini

Flying to Santorini: Santorini has one of the biggest airports of the Cycladic islands. There are daily flights from Athens to Santorini and usually during peak season, there are chartered flights flying directly to Santorini from various major cities throughout the globe.
Ferry Boats : Santorini is situated on the south part of Greece, in Cyclades islands. The main port of Athens (Piraeus port) offers daily routes to Santorini, both high speed ferry and regular ferry.  You can also take the ferry from neighboring islands of Santorini, depending on the time of the season. 

Santorini Buses

The local KTEL bus service has frequent buses connecting all parts of the island. For timetable and information visit the official web site below.