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Fantastic place to watch the sunset. Plenty of space for people to gather in awe of the pretty changing colors of the sky. Great cliffside view, water view, and island view. Also has plenty of restaurants and shops nearby so you can always find something to do.
It's great but you're lucky if you get to see anything due to all the tourists. If you're looking for a photo opportunity, go early and take snacks
Historic ruins with a great view. Can be busy as with any historic sites. A few areas without walls so not suitable for young children.
Great view, but if you want to watch sunset here will be very crowded, be early or find a different spot around
Amazing place to get dreamy photos - we went in May and in the morning it’s less crowded.
We went here on our first day quite picturesque but seems to be very crowded all day. The ruins themselves aren't much to look at and are largely restricted for safety reasons. The real reason to be there is the views from the ruins and not the ruins themselves.
Ruins of a castle on the edge of the town of Oia. Good views over the Caldera and one of the best places to photograph the sunset.
Oia, is the most famous of all villages of Santorini. It is known throughout the world for its quiet life and fantastic sunset, and is certainly the most beautiful and picturesque village of Santorini. It is a traditional village with charming houses in narrow streets, blue domed churches, and sun-bathed verandas. Its streets have plenty of tourist shops, taverns, cafes, and other shops. At the entrance of the village is a car park where visitors can leave their vehicle and enjoy long walks in the picturesque paths.
Pros: beautiful view. Gorgeous sunset. Cons: be prepared to be packed like sardines. If you like having cameras shoved around your head, then no worries. Otherwise there are plenty of other places to see the sunset just 5 min walk away from the castle.
The sunset view from this point is amazing. But he there well before sunset, as it gets very crowded.
Amazing views of oia from here. The best place to see the sunset. Bring a warm coat in March/April
The upper part of these ruins is a safe and tidy walkway extending from the main path through Oia out to a small chapel on the end, with an excellent view during the day back along the terraced sugar-cube houses of Oia tumbling over the cliff edge, and a further view right across the Caldera taking in Fira, the volcanic piles of Nea and Palea Kameni and all the way to the Akrotiri Lighthouse at the southern tip. This is also recognisable as the site of the wedding scene during the opening of the second 'Tomb Raider' movie. A seperate path zig-zags down the western side of the ridge past the arches and terraces of the old castle itself, although actually accessing the ruins needs a little climbing off the main path. This is also where people gather to watch the sunset.
One of the best spots in santorini to watch the sunset. PS make it early if you want a spot and the walk has a ton of shops n restaurants
Nice place to take photos. Great view of oia. Although this will be closed before sunset. There is a small church here
Probably the best spot to see the city at dusk and the sun setting into the ocean. Truly breathtaking.
If you are in Santorini you will visit this place. The views around worth ever second over there. You can see an amazing sun set.