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Emporio was recommended to us to as an example of a well kept Santorinian village.
The castle isn't really a castle - more a collection of small quiant houses, and narrow passages.
If you like taking photographs, this is for you.
To see how local people lived 50 or 100 years ago. Nothing has changed - curvy clean and narrow streets, white and yellow houses, small front doors, churches and a half-destroyed Venetian tower.
Take a break at Vassili's restaurant 'The Old barber' or Vangelli's café...More
Take my advice.... don’t just go to see the Castelli, stroll around the myriad alleyways of this lovely traditional village. It’s fab, great for photography and gives a great flavour of Santorini village life.
Our second visit to this lovely place, not to be missed, plenty of history and sometimes if you are lucky you can get a glimpse of the little homes up the steps....don't miss this but make the trip on your own steam, the tours are...More
Well worth the walk up the hill and through the quaint narrow pathways for a lovely view. This place doesn't appear to be on the cruise ship tour bus trail so much quieter than Pyrgos.
We walked here from Perissa along a donkey path avoiding...More
It is an amazing place, happy we visited castelli on the way back to our hotel from the beach of Perissa. The village on the top is very quite, traditional, unique and picturesque. Found an amazing art gallery full of unique artworks (oil on the...More