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This summer I was in Greece & I passed this place during my trek from Santorini to Oia & I was amazed by how perfect it looked so I jotted down the name thinking someday I might stay there...I have to say though the price tag made me think it might be a long time before I ever see the inside in person! I am so glad you posted this or I totally would have forgotten all about this place!
how much a night? I will say that Santorini is so damn beautiful that any little hotel set in the cliffs is probably sufficient.
Years ago I visited Santorini, staying on the other side of the island on a black beach (hot burning feet) in a tiny taverna that was very basic. And what a dreamy time we had. The island is beautiful, the vistas across the caldera are truly breathtaking, the people are lovely and the food delicious. You don't need such lavish accommodations, you will be too secluded and miss the island. Santorini is not just about the views.
The best part is that they don't allow children under 16! Awesome. Nothing worse that spending thousands on an awesome vacation only to see (and mostly hear) crumb crunchers.
you said it- xx
http://www.katikieshotelsantorini.com/index.phpMy husband and I stayed here on our honeymoon. Completely amazing. Some of the best hotel service I have ever experienced. It's in the same area as Perivolas.
When are you leaving?
In my next life I will live there.
Take me.... It looks so peaceful......
Your blog ..... it's amazing and soooo inspiring. Nice to find you!A small footprint from Agneta & SwedenPs. I have an ongoing jewelry contest on my blog. Welcome! Ds
Must agree that Santorini is so lovely and perfect in every way! Lots of different beaches (red rock, black rock, sand), plus ancient ruins, delicious food and the CALDERA. Thanks for posting - reminded me of our honeymoon 14 years ago.
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