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Vlikhada Marina, Santorini, Greece
Vlikhada Marina is a small harbour located in the city of Vlychada, on the famous island of Santorini. If you are a fishing enthusiast, this is surely the place to enjoy a holiday. With access to the Aegean Sea, Vlikhada Marina is every fisherman’s dream and will bring you closer to the catch of your life. With countless bays and islands, Vlikhada is a traditional small town situated away from agitation and city buzz. Boats are available for renting right in the harbour all year round and provide tours of the surrounding fishing spots as well as the opportunity for you to encounter the Squid, Octopus and Swordfish. The best accommodations in the area will always be happy to receive you and your family or friends and ensure your stay in the area will be one to remember. Here is a list of the top rated venues in the vicinity: Villa Michalis, Notos Therme and Spa, Sea Sound - White Katikies and Marillia Village. Dare to be wild and choose Vlikhada marina to be your holiday destination.
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Attractions in Santorini
Home to 13,000 inhabitants, Santorini (Greek: Σαντορίνη, pronounced [sandoˈrini]), known also in the past as Thera (English pronunciation /ˈθɪərə/), is a lifetime dream holiday destination for millions of tourists worldwide. The island is the southernmost member of the Cyclades cluster and is renowned for the majestic caldera, the volcano and the romantic air, alluring many couples for magical moments.
The splendid island, also called Thira, was formed through an enormous volcanic eruption some 3600 years ago that lead to the formation of the circular group of volcanic islands known as Santorini. Another noteworthy detail is that scientists and archaeologists have linked this volcanic eruption with the myth of Atlantis. The picturesque steep cliffs surround a breathtaking, rectangular lagoon on three sides as the main island slopes downward to the Aegean Sea. The smaller islet of Therasia separates the lagoon from th... more info
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