Santorini (or Thira) does not need any recommendations, nor does its capital Fira. Everyone before they reach the island knows that it has a unique volcanic landscape, the settlement of Fira literally hangs on the rock, that Santorini has a rich history, remarkable monuments and attractions, nice wines and delicious local dishes. However, we are sure that nothing prepares the visitor for the experience, the feeling, the awe he will experience, looking at the view of the Caldera from the terrace of Iriana.
Iriana Apartments & Suites is centrally located in Fira, easily accessible. Bus and taxi stations are just 5 minutes from the complex, as well as all points of interest, museums, shops and restaurants.
Santorini is easily accessible either by air from Athens international airport or other international airports (and by charter flights)
or by ferries from the port of Piraeus (Athens).
There is frequent daily connection with the port of Piraeus. The journey takes 7 - 8 hours with regular ferries and 4 - 5 hours with the high speed ferries.
Blue Star Ferries: www.bluestarferries.gr
Hellenic Seaways: www.hellenicseaways.gr
Sea Jets (High Speed): www.seajets.gr
Zante Ferries: www.zanteferries.gr
Sea Speed Ferries: www.seaspeedferries.gr
Minoan Lines: www.minoan.gr
You should consider Rafina Port if you go straight to Santorini after arriving in Athens International Airport as it is closer. The journey takes 6-7 hours with the regular ferry.
Golden Star Ferries: www.goldenstarferries.gr
You can reach Santorini directly from other islands in the Cyclades (Syros, Andros, Tinos, Mykonos, Naxos, Paros, and Ios) and Crete.