Gufeila is a famous site in Santorini. It's suitable to bring your partner with you. It's worth seeing how the ancients used to live on the mountains. The scenery is very good, there's no bus, and they came with their friends. As a result, I like it better than him. I took a lot of pictures and left reluctantly.
Gufeila site, do not understand the lively look. It's convenient to take a bus to Perissa Beach next to ANCIENT THIRA Gufeila Site. You can stand on the hill and enjoy the endless scenery by the sea.
Gufeila Site is located on a hill between the Kamali and Berry beaches. It starts from Kamali and travels up the road. It is said that the site was still inhabited until Byzantine times. It's worth going.
There is a sense of history, once a tribe lived in a place, the road is not easy to walk, but here to see the former residence, it is still very worthwhile. There are not many people on this side, which may be the reason of geographical location.
On the top of the hill, it's very chronological. Self-driving saves a lot of energy. If you climb up by yourself, it depends on your physical strength. Here you have to come to the site of Ofera, many old houses. It's very sensible.
The first site, a little bit from the top of the mountain, has a good view, with a beach on both sides. Suitable for me with archaeological hobbies, just need enough time. Personally, I think it's worth coming.
The site of Santorinigusila was destroyed by a volcanic eruption thousands of years ago. Archaeologists found that only a few tourists, except us, had a ticket of 2 euros per person.
The largest square in the center of the site is triangular. The houses along the street and around the square are two or three-storey buildings. The houses near the triangular square are magnificent and may be the main stores and official offices. Many houses have exquisite murals, the artistic style is similar to the Minos palace murals of Crete, but the theme is mainly about fishermen's life, navigation and business. The best works are the pictures of fishermen and teenagers in the buildings on the west side of the triangular square, the pictures of coastal scenery and naval battles, the fights among teenagers in other houses, the pictures of spring ladies and antelopes, etc. And see a small amount of painted pottery. The scarcity of precious goods and craft treasures may be related to the rapid migration of residents in the early stage of the volcanic eruption.
Since the Atlantis Museum near Akrotiri was closed until the end of this summer, Ancient Thira has become the best choice for visiting prehistoric civilizations on the island, and the scale of the site is considerable. Unfortunately, this place is situated on a cliff and no bus is available. Panshan Road really needs a lot of physical strength and time to go on foot, and it closes at 2:30 p.m. If you think you've seen enough ruins and rocks in Athens, you can give up. It also overlooks Karami Beach and the airport on the island.
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.