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Holidays in Santorini are a magical experience where visitors get spectacular landscapes, picturesque villages, breathtaking sunsets, wonderful beaches, delicious food and excellent accommodation. Santorini is a beautiful Island with long history, ancient Greek culture and traditional architecture. Hotels in Santorini are built in traditional Cycladic way, made of stones and well decorated with wooden furniture where the visitors can get nice hospitality, comprehensive facilities and services to have an unforgettable Santorini vacation.

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