Hotels in Firostefani
The impressive volcano and the Aegean Sea lay right in front of the Homeric Poems hotel, situated in Firostefani. Luxury is combined with Greek mythology and an amazing landscape. Ancient Gods, like Poseidon, and Homeric heroes, like Odysseus and Hector, give their names to luxurious suites, taking ...
A warm welcome is awaiting visitors at the Agali Houses Hotel. Agali Houses are located in the beautiful Firostefani village, very close to the centre. The hotel provides guests with all modern amenities and services. The rooms are double, executive or suites with private outdoor hot tub or swimming ...
Named after the fifth element known as aether or quintessence, Etheras Villa in Firostefani offers luxurious comfort and a sense of freedom. Overlooking the Caldera cliffs, the Villa ensures a breathtaking view of the volcanic landscape, the whitewashed houses and the famous sunsets. There is an ...
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gareth 21 Jun 2010Central spot away from noiseI think Firostefani is one of the cutest of all the villages in Santorini Greece. It is actually like a neighbor to Fira and it is situated at the north of the capital. We walked there to Fira, which is a nice 40 minutes path along the caldera. A wonderful experience especially at the sunset! I heard that the municipality will make this walk a paved route, which I think is a great idea!
Unlike Fira, the atmosphere in Firostefani is calmer and more family. Houses are smaller and have a more personal touch, altough there are a lot of hotels. While we were walking through the streets at night, the houses looked beautiful with street lamp lights illuminating a part of them. For me, the caldera and the volcano are best viewed from this village because it is set just at the edge of the cliff. I got a beautiful sight of Fira also from here. There are a few taverns in Firostefani with balcony to the caldera and a nice 19th century decoration. I recommend it for stay, too. It is a central spot in Santorini, but still away from noise.