No need for introductions here. Cliff-hanging Santorini and its captivating sunset is a real celebrity. All hype aside, it is breathtaking. It is the raw, volcanic beauty, the fascinating caldera vista and the dramatic cliff formations that make Santorini -arguably- the most photogenic Greek island. Grey-ish, edgy rocks are topped with the quintessential tiny Cycladic houses with their whitewashed facades and colorful doors and the geranium pots adorning them. Walk around the winding, cobblestone streets of Oia and Imerovigli and immerse yourself in this enticing beauty. Bustling Fira Town is the capital of the island where you can admire the neighboring Thirasia volcanic island and feel its natural vibes. Pyrgos village is keeping it authentic and that makes it a must-visit. Beaches in Santorini are also unconventional. Here you can forget about the cotton-soft, golden sand and prepare yourself for the black volcanic pebbles of Perivolos, Perissa, Pori and Vlychada beaches. If black is not your color, then hit the so-called Red Beach, a beach shaded by red-ish rocks. The White Beach owes its name to the surrounding white rocks and pumice stones. Santorini and its unique terra come with serious foodie credentials. What feels like an infertile, dry land is actually fertile and home to some unusual local produce, such as capers, tomatoes and white eggplants. It is also an exceptional wine terroir, with indigenous varieties like the crisp, fruity Assyrtiko and sweet Vinsanto ranking high in the wine circles. Whether it is a typical Greek taverna like Thalami or a fine-dining experience like Selene Restaurant, Santorini can offer gastronomic delights that will turn into cherished memories.