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Cultural Village

Pyrgos 84701, Greece
+30 2286 031101
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Pyrgos 84701, Greece
+30 2286 031101
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Reviewed yesterday

We stopped in this charming little village during our trip to Santorini. There are lots of winding streets with shops and restaurants. It was quiet, peaceful and and uncrowded, unlike Fira and Oia. Pyrgos used to be the capitol of Santorini. Climbing the hill up...More

Thank ALB63
Reviewed 3 days ago

Very beautiful fairy tale like village. We walked the village and felt refreshed. The small shops were magical. The village is clean and awesome

Thank nanz100
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

For a nice stroll in the evening in this romantic village you will take your time, many things to see and to observe, many little stone houses with wonderful flowers, small streets, some original boutiques and a stunning view, a most romantic and eductative walk;...More

Thank Manuela L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I visited thinking it was a active village with local people. It appears almost no one lives in the village except for a few who work in the tourist industry. All the shops and restaurants were geared to the tourists. I only saw tourists and...More

Thank cymopterus
Reviewed 16 September 2017

Nice walk and just to explore little passages. Walk right up to St Nicholas church to get a good view of Kamari and Fira.

Thank MsScorpion
Reviewed 10 September 2017 via mobile

Been there 3 times and all the time i find it nice but that is all.Yes you have a view but it is the same has in all island.Worth a stop only if u combine in one day profitis ilias monastery,traditional town of megalohori and...More

Thank martha gloria p
Reviewed 3 September 2017 via mobile

Went through this town when we visited the Venetian castle. Beautiful area with views of both coastlines if you find yourself in a high enough point. Pro tip: if you come from a cold country, where most of your fruit is imported, go to a...More

Thank hyhopes
Reviewed 26 August 2017 via mobile

We drove into Pyrgos from Kamari and parking was well signposted and free. As we got close to the parking, we saw two nicely decorated donkeys being saddled next to the souvenir shop. Father owns the shop and son takes the donkeys - Marisa and...More

Thank 50cab50
Reviewed 20 August 2017

We came primarily to see the Icon Museum - near the top by the castelli - but found that the village itself was quite charming. It is not completely non-touristic - you can still get a good meal, find a good souvenir, and take some...More

1  Thank Marshall B
Reviewed 12 August 2017

Wonderful buildings leading up to the church; nice hike then beautiful views. It was nice to stop for a coffee and do some people watching too.

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Response from antano2013 | Reviewed this property |
Depends how much time you have! We did a half day tour which included Oia,Santo Winery and Prygos which was very good with lots of variety of things to see and do. We didn't bother with Fira and the volcano as we had... More
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2 September 2015|
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