The ancient Feila site was built around the 19th century BC, when a tribe first came to the holy island and built their settlement there. The leader of the tribe was called Feila. It is said that this site was still inhabited by the Byzantine era.
The ancient Thira site in Santorini was destroyed by a volcanic eruption thousands of years ago. Archaeologists discovered that the entrance fee was 2 euros per person and there were not many tourists. Apart from us, there were only a few tourists.
The ancient Fira ruins are located on the hill between Kamari Beach and Berisha Beach, and drive up the road from Kamari. It is said that this site was still inhabited by the Byzantine era. It's worth going.
Courfeyrac was site located in kumar beach and berisha beach in the middle of the mountain, from the carma set out on a road. Courfeyrac was site was built in the 19th century BC, when a horde of first came to the island where he built their residence, the chiefs of the tribes is called phila. It is said that this site has been in the Byzantine era and people.
Ancient Fera ruins, if you don’t understand, watch the excitement. Take the bus to Perissa beach, next to the ancient Fira ruins of ANCIENT THIRA is very convenient. You can stand on the mountain and look at the distant scenery and enjoy the endless scenery of the sea
Since the Atlantis Museum near Akrotiri will not be open until the end of this summer, Ancient Thira has become the best choice for visiting prehistoric civilizations on the island. The scale of this remains is quite large. It's a pity that this place is located on a cliff and there is no bus access. It takes a lot of physical strength and time to go up Panshan Road, and it closes at 2:30 in the afternoon. If you feel that you have seen enough ruins in Athens, you can give up. Here you can also overlook the Karami Beach and the airport on the island.
Preston_Dominguez: Kamari 847 00
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Kamari Beach,Perissa Beach,Ancient Thera,Monastery of Profitis Ilias,Perivolos Beach