Santorini is a symbol. On the one hand for Mediterranean lightness, which is often only relatively exclusive in view of the prices.

On the other hand for romance. The scenery of the island is indeed so picturesque as if it had been designed for a kitschy painting alone.

A promise for honeymooners and all people who love each other or at least believe it and still need the right pictures.

The volcanic archipelago took shape around 1525 B.C. when it was flooded by a huge tidal wave after an eruption. What remained was the caldera, the huge cone of black rock.