Here is our section with news and events in Santorini. We write about the most important news in Santorini that a tourist might like to know and also about events that take place there, including festivals, art exhibitions, performances and more. Have a look in our events and check if there is something interesting to attend during your holidays in Santorini.
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Kinisi Festival of Sound brings together folk musicians and experimental sound artists from Greece and the Balkans to create site-specific installations, performances, and concerts in the volcanic landscapes of Santorini.
In the framework of the Christmas events in Santorini, the municipality of Thira with the sponsorship of local businesses will create a Christmas Village at the parking space opposite the Museum of Fira.
The Santorini Arts Factory at Vlychada Beach is inaugurated on Saturday July 12th, 2014. With a rich program and covering almost all arts, the Santorini Arts Factory organizes events that will last until the end of September, attracting many locals and tourists.
The American newspaper USA Today and the website 10Best.com launched a poll recently and readers voted for the prettiest European city for 2013. Naturally the results included Santorini in the top 10 places.
An impressive freerunning event is returning to Santorini for the 3rd time. On September 14th, top freerunners from all the world are meeting to this wonderful island for the Red Bull Art of Motion 2013.
The severe volcanic eruption of Santorini happened in early summer, as deducted by a recent scientific research. This conclusion came after studying insect sediments found in a vase with sweet peas in Aktotiri.