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Faliraki

Faliraki is towards the northern end of the east coast. In the past it's had a reputation as an 18-30 destination with large groups of drunken revellers filling the streets but it’s grown and developed over the years into more of a family friendly resort.

Rhodes Town

Rhodes town is the capital and lies on the northern tip of the island. It's separated into 2 sections, the old town with it's cobbled streets and collection of historical sites and the modern, bustling new town with an almost endless amount of hotels, restaurants and nightlife.

Oia

Oia is the second most popular resort on the island behind Fira. It’s a beautiful village perched on top of the caldera with amazing views. It’s a romantic little village and very popular with couples and honeymooners, it also hosts many weddings every year.

Monolithos

Monolithos is a quiet region with a collection of hotels around the beach and harbour on the east coast of Santorini just by the northern end of the airport. It gets it’s name from the large rock (Monolith in Greek) where the church of Agios Ioannis stands.

Fira

Fira is the capital of Santorini, it's a beautiful town that looks like it’s grown out of the hillside with whitewashed and pastel coloured houses, upmarket hotels and restaurants offering stunning views out across the caldera and loads of nightlife options.

Skala Kallirachi

Skala Kallirachi is a harbour and fishing village with great views over the Aegean sea, on a clear day you can even see the mainland from here. It's a quiet village that's not been taken over by tourists, despite that there is plenty of shops, tavernas and restaurants.

Skala Potamia

Skala Potamia, sometimes also known as Chrisi Akti is based at the southern end of Golden beach on the east coast of Thassos, it's ideal for a family beach holiday and there’s no shortage of hotels and a wealth of tavernas and restaurants to choose from too.

Skala Rachoni

Skala Rachoni, also known as Skala Rachoniou is a small harbour village up on the north west coast of Thassos. The village itself is based around the marina and and Skala Rachoni beach, with hotels and restaurants dotted about in the surrounding areas.

Skala Sotiros

Skala Sotiros is a delightful little harbour village on the west coast of Thassos. It's small and quiet with a little beach, a good choice of hotels, a handful of bars and restaurants around the water front as well as a bakery and supermarket.

Limenaria

Limenaria is the second largest town in Thassos and a popular spot for holiday makers along with neighbouring village Kalivia. As it’s one of the more popular resorts you’ll find a good selection of hotels and a good range of shops, tavernas and restaurants too.
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