Santorini is a stunning Greek island located in the Aegean Sea, known for its breathtaking views, beautiful white-washed buildings, and unique volcanic landscape.
One of the most iconic features is its caldera – a large, submerged volcanic crater that provides awe-inspiring views of the sea and surrounding islands, which can be seen from Oia and Thira.
This scenery provides the perfect backdrop for a yoga retreat in Santorini, with views of blue-domed churches, turquoise waters and burnt orange and black sandy beaches creating a serene and peaceful atmosphere.
During downtime, you can sit in stylish cafes and enjoy a meal or drink and watch some of the most spellbinding sunsets you will ever see and return back from some evening yoga in our private Santorini villa.
An enjoyable afternoon, once the heat has died down, is to walk 10km from Oia to Thira. Few people know that this mythical volcanic island is a real haven for hikers due to the numerous trails crisscrossing its land. This picturesque destination perfectly combines comfort with adventure and relaxation with exercise. Along this walk, there are views of the Caldera the whole way and you can end up on Skaros rock in Thira for sunset…which has a whole history of itself and was a garrison to protect the local people over hundreds of years. This trail is a must-do when on holiday in Santorini.
There are a lot of vineyards in Santorini as it is known for its wine. Try a wine-tasting experience with a selection of wines or even add on a pairing menu and some of the vineyards are situated with views of the Caldera and some are amongst the vines.
Another must-do excursion whilst on your yoga holiday in Santorini is an afternoon on a luxury catamaran…obviously! Enjoy sailing around the Caldera and visit the red and white beach, the hot springs at the centre of the Caldera and a seafood BBQ lunch with drinks. his can also be enjoyed at sunset but we recommend the daytime more.
"Loved the balance of great yoga with Bess, lovely relax around the pool, great fun and fabulous trips out, and great companionship and spirit of the group."
Steve - 2019
"Yoga teacher, vibes, spiritual aspect, relaxing surroundings."
Jill - 2018
Very relaxing holiday, with wonderful staff and a beautiful pool. Santorini and the lhe location is beautiful. Oia is breathtaking. The yoga and space were amazing. It was beautiful to practice at the church too. The holiday surpassed all my expectations. The quality of the yoga, amazing meditations and attention of the team. It was great having some ree evenings as there is so much to see and do we needed the flexibility to experience it all. Really well thought out."
Sophie - 2019
"An oasis. Wonderful again. Fantastic atmosphere, delicious food, a beautiful yoga space and a massage room. We were looked after so amazingly. And Santorini is amazing!"
Tor - June 2019
How do I get there?
Fly to Santorini direct with Easyjet - who offset all flights now for a more carbon-friendly flight. It is then 25 minutes from the airport in a transfer included in the price for recommended flight times.
What is Santorini known for?
Santorini is famous for its stunning views, including the caldera, a submerged volcanic crater that provides panoramic views of the sea and surrounding islands. Its unique architecture includes white-washed buildings with blue-domed roofs that have become a symbol of Greece. It has a rich history dating back to ancient times including the ancient city of Thera, and is also home to high-quality wine and popular vineyards. Santorini is also famous for its breathtaking sunsets, which are truly a magical experience.
What's the weather like in Santorini?
Santorini in June will greet you with warm, sunny weather, with almost zero chance of rain and can reach highs of 27 degrees and lows of 21.
August delivers similar weather but cools as September gets closer.
How to Get to Santorini From Athens?
The quickest way to travel is by plane, which is a 50 minute flight from Athens International Airport.
If you aren't pushed for time you can take a 5 hour ferry from Athens.
Are yoga mats provided?
No they aren't please bring your own.
Are there hairdryers there?
We always recommend bringing your own if you will need it.