Santorini is an island under the jurisdiction of Greece.
Santorini Island is located at the southernmost tip of the cyclazes islands. The island covers an area of 96 square kilometers and consists of three small islands. There are black, red and white volcanic rocks on the island. Its main economy is tourism.
Santorini is an island ring composed of a group of volcanoes in the Aegean Sea 200 kilometers southeast of the Greek mainland. Although it is small, it is one of the most famous islands in Greece.
Santorini Island is a famous island among the Aegean islands, 110 nautical miles away from Athens. It is the southernmost island in the cyclazes islands. Santorini island consists of three small islands, two of which are inhabited, and the middle island is a sleeping volcanic island.
Santorini's capital is the city of ferra, which is located on the West Bank of the island. In the second half of the 20th century, archaeologists excavated ancient urban sites in acorotili in the south of the island and found wonderful mural art, which added the tourism charm of Santorini Island.