Location & Directions

Fira, the Capital

Less than 10 km from the island’s international airport, Fira is a picturesque town boasting narrow alleys and Venetian manors.

You have to climb 600 steps from the old port where many cruise ships dock to reach its centre at the summit of the caldera.

The cosmopolitan heart of Santorini undoubtedly beats at Fira, with its serpentine alleys lined with museums, blue-domed churches, boutiques, jewellery stores, nightclubs, bars and fancy restaurants.

Directions

We highly recommend you choose our swift transportation service from the airport or the port so that you may start your vacation quickly, on the best possible footing.

A driver will be waiting for you at your point of arrival, carry your luggage and drive you to your suite so that you can relax and get ready for a unique experience. However, if you would rather skip this service and reach the hotel by your rental car, please make sure to print this map and the analytical directions well before your departure so that you have them with you when you arrive on the island.

In any case, don’t hesitate to contact our concierge who is standing by, eager to help you plan your transportation from your place of origin to the island of Santorini and the welcoming entrance of Adamant Suites.

Get some help reaching Santorini island and Adamant Suites

Travel to Santorini by Air

The Santorini International Airport boasts frequent connections with direct flights to and from El. Venizelos Athens Airport and most major European cities.
Direct flights from Athens airport: Olympic Air // Aegean Airlines
Flying direct from Mykonos and Heraklion (Crete) airports: Olympic Air // Sky Express
Direct flights from UK major cities and airports: Easy Jet // Thomson Holidays // Thomas Cook
Direct flights from France Paris: Transavia
Direct flights from Italy – Rome, Milan, Venice, Palermo, Bari and Napoli airports: Blue Panorama // Easy Jet // Volotea
Direct flights from Germany and Austria major cities and airports: Air Berlin // German Wings // Condor
Direct flights from Switzerland: Air Berlin // Edelweiss Air
Direct flights from Netherlands: Transavia
Direct flights from Belgium: Jetair

Travel to Santorini by Sea

Not as fast as a flight, sea travelling can be more affordable and above all much more rewarding in views and experiences. The Blue Star Ferries slow boats (nine hours travel time) depart daily, all year round, from Piraeus Athens’ Port while the Hellenic Sea Ways High Speed ferries (five hours travel time) depart daily from April to October. For additional information regarding travel in the Aegean, visit openseas.gr.

Travel between the Islands

If you are in a mood for some island hopping, the best way to do it is through Sky Express small Jets, flying from late May to early September. Alternatively you may opt for the classic Hellenic Sea Ways Flying Catamarans (Flying Cats), in operation from late April to early October.