Hotel George Beach Studios

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Kamari, 84700, Greece
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Rated 10% higher but also costs 74% more than other 3.5 star hotels

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Santorini Holiday Aug 4th - 16th

by meash


I am staying in Santorini for 2wks in August. I just booked yesterday and i'm really looking forward to my trip!!

I have a few questions.
1. Are there any events happening over these dates which I should make a note to attend?

2. I'm fit, but completely navigationally disabled. Is it possible to walk everywhere? Is there a walking guide anyone could recommend for such a purpose? (I'm not sure where i'll be staying as i've booked 'accommodation on arrival - I hope I don't get a raw deal!)

3. I'm not going to have lots of money to spare, but if I do decide i'd like the experience of taking a trip off the island for the day, or maybe an overnight stay somewhere - where would you recommend?



Re: Santorini Holiday Aug 4th - 16th

by worldinabag


1. I don't know about special events but August is peak season so prices and visitors will be at the max.

2. The island is quite large so it would take hours to walk. There is an inexpensive bus service on the island. I would check with the Tourist office in Fira - they may have info on walking routes to take.

3. The volcano tour is interesting and can be done in half a day.

Re: Santorini Holiday Aug 4th - 16th

by meash

Thanks. I heard about the volcano tour. Sounds interesting. Also a sunset tour appears to be popular. Are the neighbouring islands too far away/too big to do as a day trip?

Re: Santorini Holiday Aug 4th - 16th

by worldinabag

Hi again

Yeah there's nothing really available as a day trip. I would reassess whether you need to stay 2 weeks in Santorini. It's lovely but not cheap. I would consider a week on another island like Crete, Paros (including Antiparos) or Naxos.

Re: Santorini Holiday Aug 4th - 16th

by LadyinAZ

maybe you can write the hotel and ask these things, as they have been really great with me. Provided for my inability to climb steps all over the place.

Travel Tips for Santorini Island

Famous "Oia"

by Aggeliki

Oia is a village on the northern side of the island. The architecture of Oia is typical Santorini with houses sunk deep into the volcanic soil, their whitewashed walls and blue domes sparkling in the sunlight.
It is not a lie that it is one of the most romantic places in the world. Unique beauty!


by LoriPori

As you approach Santorini by Ferry, or in our case by sailboat, you can see the whitewashed clifftop villages of Oia and FIRA. Then the Ferry enters the Caldera. The cliff walls rise steeply on both sides formed of red, yellow and ochre rock and whose surface is the shimmering blue Aegean. About 3600 years ago, the center of the island was blown away in a colossal volcanic eruption, leaving behind a circular depression in the sea floor and the crescent-shaped sliver of rock known as Santorini. The best place to view the Caldera is the walking path between Fira and Oia.
Fira is the island's capital and busiest commercial town. It is teeming with hotels, restaurants and shops. The evening stroll (Volta) along Odos M. Nomikou, follows the edge of the Caldera and is one of the most exquisite in the Cyclades.
Hans and I enjoyed Fira very much. It's such a lively town and beauty lies at every turn.

To Learn Greek Cuisine...

by Jmill42

If you have left your loved one behind to go to Santorini, naturally that person should be pissed off at you. To lessen the blow when you return home, why not learn how to cook Greek, so you can give that someone special a good Greek meal and hopefully make him/her forget what a jerk you were for leaving them in the first place? Its FULL PROOF!!

OK, maybe not if you left them to go to Santorini...

Selene Restaurant offers a traditional Santorinian and Greek cooking lesson, at about 100 Euro for 2 lessons. You will get to learn how to make time honored dishes taught by the people in the know at Selene's.

Maybe, next time you should just take your mate, right?

Scooters and Motorbikes from BIKELAND

by greekcypriot

Hire your scooters or bikes from BIKELAND, in Fira.
The people working here are very helpful, and the price is reasonable.

Don't forget to have your driver's licence to rent vehicles anywhere in Greece.

Be careful when you drive especially in the narrow streets and roads.
There are people who are not used to driving on the opposite side of the road and it is dangerous as an accident might happen.

Don't drink alcohol when you plan to drive. Your life is precious, and the life of others is just as precious as yours!

Be polite when driving and toot the horn if necessary.


by sandysmith

Emporio is the biggest village on Santorini are perhaps my most favourite. Its built on the centre of the plain in the South part of Santorini. The old village part is much different to the newer part - look for signs saying traditional centre, walk up a shady avenue of trees and past some old mansions to find small picturesque streets and stepped alleyways that add to the charm of the village - in many ways it reminded me of the star wars village in Tunisia. One of the oldest church on the island is here, Palia Panagia, which is famous for the ornately carved wooden dome on its bell-tower.

Emporio like Prygos also had a fortified castle during the medieval years built by the Venetians called Casteli, vestiges of which are still visible - its right up here that the most picturesque parts are - many houses up here are now being renovated and it looked splendid.
North of the village there is a strong, square building named Goulas, in which the village people protected themselves from the pirates.


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