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Walking around

Taking a walk around the village you will notice the church of Anastasis (Resurrection) with the blue cupola. It is featured in many pictures of Santorini and a lot of couples choose it for their wedding. The church of Panagia Malteza (Holy Virgin the Maltese) is near the main square with the war memorial, but it is usually locked. The one you see today was built in 1972, replacing the old one, which was destroyed by the earthquake. In the same year, the church of Ioannis (St) Chrysostomos was also built.
Early in the morning or at sunset, we suggest that you walk towards Skaros. Passing by the church of Aghios (St) Georgios take some time to admire the astonishing view from its yard.
On your way you will also see the small picturesque church of Aghios (St) Ioannis Katiforis (which means "Saint John going downhill", probably due to the ground declivity). The church was rebuilt in 1966. On the west side of Skaros there is Panagia Theoskepasti (Virgin Mary the God-covered), a church visible from the sea.
Walking in the opposite direction, towards Firostefani, you will come across the monastery of Aghios Nikolaos (St Nicholas) enclosed with walls.

Ημεροβίγλι οικισμός - Περιήγηση
Ημεροβίγλι οικισμός - Περιήγηση



Έτος Γαστρονομίας 2013