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Excursion dedicated to those wishing to discover the entire Caldera of Santorini, lasts about 6 hours and it is possible to choose the port of departure (Old Port of Fira or New Port of Athinios).
The excursion starts also from the old port of Fira, reachable either on foot following the old mule track, or by donkey or more comfortably with the chairlift, the latter, like the donkeys, costs 6 euros each way.
Exclusive excursion on a replica of a Brigantine from the 1800s, which still uses the sails to navigate during sunset time when the weather conditions allow it.
The first visit is the island of Nea Kameni, also known as the active volcano, where the guide will accompany you to the top where the active area is located, with fumaroles and solfataras. This break lasts about 90 minutes (the entrance at the volcano it is not included as Geological park, it costs 5 euros to be paid there only cash) then you return to the boat and continue towards the ithe hot springs bay for those wishing to swim to the thermal water, the stop will be around 45 minutes. The third break is at the island of Thirassia, in the bay of Korfos, where you can swim in the crystal clear waters, you will also enjoy the typical dinner on board based on bbq, inslate and appetizers. The boat will not approach the port, but stop at the buoy for swimming and bbq.
The Thalassa will at that point sail through the Caldera, skirting the north side of Santorini trying to open the sails (up to the weather conditions) and then sailing the coasts of Oia, to enjoy the most spectacular sunset in Santorini .
Finally we return to the port of departure where the excursion ends.
Really important: Santorini is very times place with strongs winds or heavy seas, for this reason the port Authority can impose changes in the itinerary and the captain for safety reasons can change places where to stop and duration, always informing the port Authority and following their guide lines.