Sometime around 1630 BC, the wrath of the gods gave birth to a mesmerizing crescent moon-shaped piece of land embraced by the endless blue of the Aegean, 120 miles southwest of mainland Greece.
The irony is that it was a catastrophic eruption that created one of the planet’s most coveted horizons, dominated by the figure of seductive volcano.
Every year, its inhabited caldera attracts more than a million travelers, who seek the thrill of an encounter with this exquisite wilderness.
A blend of Greek drama, legends, fire, wind and light fascinates spellbound visitors who seek romance and once-in-a-lifetime experiences.
Nature’s extravaganza is matched with the sophisticated hospitality of six suites perched on the caldera offering luxurious comforts, less than a few minutes’ walk from Fira, the island’s bustling capital.