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Santorini day trips from Crete with Panellenic Lines

Book your Santorini Day trips from Crete online, at really low prices. Here you will find all available tours to Santorini from Crete at the best available prices on the island. Santorini day trips from Crete, will provide you with transfers from/to your hotel or a nearby pick-up point (Except passengers from Heraklion city that meet us directly at the port). The boats from Crete to Santorini depart only from Heraklion ports. All our excursions include transfer to/from Crete port, transfers in Santorini, Santorini tours (Oia, Fira, Kamari, and the famous Santorini volcano). Pick one of the following excursions that suit you best! Book your Santorini day trips from Crete now and live the experience…

Departures from Heraklion port: 
Every Day (except Saturday)

Pick-up points: 
Milatos, Sissi, Malia, Stalis, Chersonissos, Koutouloufari, Piskopiano, Anissaras, Analipsis, Gouves, Kokkini Hani, Amnissos, Heraklion City, Amoudara, Lygaria, Agia Pelagia, Fodele

Price per adult from:    139

Departures from Heraklion port: 
Every Day (except Saturday)

Pick-up points: 
Makry Gyalos, Koutsouras, Ferma, Koutsounari, Ierapetra, Istron, Kalo Chorio, Vathi, Amoudara, Agios Nikolaos, Elounda, Plaka

Price per adult from:    149 

Departures from Heraklion port: 
Every Day (except Saturday)  

Pick-up points: 
Georgioupolis, Rethymnon City, Perivolia, Missiria, Platanias, Adelianos Kampos (Adele), Pigianos Kampos, Skaleta, Panormo, Bali

Price per adult from:    155

Am I allowed to Travel to Santorini?


AS FROM JULY 5th, 2021, Following government decision your boarding requires the following:
• Adults: Vaccination certificate (stating that 14 days have passed since full vaccination for Covid-19) or disease certificate or negative test result (either PCR within last 72 hours or rapid within last 48 hours).
• Children 12 to 17 years: Proof of a negative result of any test, including self-test.
• Children under 12 years old travel freely without any test.
• Completed Health Statement Form before boarding Health Statement Form. Alternatively, you can download the Pre-Boarding Form, fill it out and handle it at the boat staff.


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About Santorini....

Santorini is a volcanic island in the Cyclades group of the Greek islands. It is located between Ios and Anafi islands (North of Crete). It is famous for its dramatic views, stunning sunsets from Oia town, the strange white aubergine (eggplant), and of course Fava, the town of Fira, Oia and naturally its very own active volcano. The wine lovers will find the island also fascinating, having 13 official wineries. There are naturally fantastic beaches such as the beach of Perissa, maybe the best beach in Santorini, the black pebble beach of Kamari, white beach, and red beach.

Santorini was awarded by Global Traveler as the Best Island in Europe title for 2020 (the seventh consecutive year). 

10+1 facts about Santorini

1. Initially, it was known as “Kallisti” (meaning in Greek “the most beautiful one“). Later on, prior to the big eruption in 1500BC, Strongyli (meaning “of round shape“) or Thira. The name Thira was revived in the nineteenth century as the official name of the island and its main city, but the colloquial name Santorini is still in popular use, which was used from the 13th century and meant Saint Irene.

2. The entire island of Santorini is a volcanic rock.

3. Santorini’s residents according to the Hellenic Statistical Authority (2011) that lives on the island are 15.550 people and its visitors exceeds 2 million annually, most of them during summer.

Santorini day trips from Crete
Santorini day trips from Crete

4. The catastrophic eruption in 1500BC, when the island was still rounded, gave today’s shape. Before the volcano eruption, an earthquake occurred. Scared inhabitants left the island just in time to avoid the worst. Researchers claim that the volcano’s eruption in the 17th century BC and its collapse 300-400 m below the surface of the sea level caused a gigantic tsunami wave up to 200 m high.

5. In Akrotiri was discovered the remains of a full Minoan town.

6. An advanced civilization lived on the island before the catastrophic eruption. It was one of the oldest civilizations of the Bronze Age (Minoan, Cretan culture) in the Mediterranean.

7. Santorini is an active volcano. The most recent eruption was in 1956 with tremors experienced between 2011 and 2012.

8. Part of the traditional buildings of Fira was destroyed during the earthquake in 1956.

9. Santorini may be Atlantis Plato wrote about.

10. There are over 80 grape varieties on the island. There is a tradition of winemaking for over 30 centuries. Nowadays there are 18 wineries producing wine, including the most famous one “Assyrtiko”.

11. The town of Oia is the most photographed place on the island. There you can find the church of St. Nicholas, patron of fishermen, and the famous windmill.

Santorini day trips from Crete

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