Santorini is considered a real paradise on earth and so is the ideal destination to celebrate a wedding.
All those who reach this island have left a piece of their heart here and in return they have taken away an immeasurable desire to return here again and again. Needless to say to those who have not had the chance to organize a trip that Santorini is a must place to visit. Especially for those who are about to celebrate their wedding but have not identified the right location yet. There are so many reasons to choose this paradise island. In Santorini, located south of the Cyclades archipelago in the Aegean Sea, you can enjoy one of the most breath-taking views in the world. A beauty as blinding as the light that pervades the entire island. Among the favorite destinations for couples, Santorini offers a long series of luxury hotels ideal to celebrate their wedding day enwrapped in a romantic atmosphere that few locations like this can offer. Among the- se is Astarte Suites. Located in the caldera of Akrotiri, one of the most fascinating areas of Santorini, this structure is the ideal place to organize your fairy-tale wedding, surrounded by the disarming silence and that sense of peace that pervades the island. Assisted by a team of expert wedding planners at the complete disposal of the couple that can organize their own ceremony for a maxi- mum of 80 guests, and a creative chef ready to prepare a wedding menu to satisfy the tastes of the bride and groom and their guests. The luxurious boutique hotel has eleven suites, each one is equipped with a Jacuzzi pool, embellished by a ceiling covered with Swarovski crystals, and surrounded by the relaxing shades of white and stone. There is also a restaurant specialising in Mediterranean cuisine and then Astarte Suites offer an impeccable room service for those wishing to enjoy lunch or dinner in total privacy on their suite’s terrace. Alternatively, at the hotel pool, guests can enjoy a snack or a cocktail while admiring the spectacular view of the volcano, the caldera and the Aegean Sea. And those who would like to visit the surroundings, the city of Akrotiri is considered the Pompei of the Greek islands and also one of the most important archaeological finds in history as it was brought to light, almost completely intact and covered, like the Vesuvian city, with ancient ashes in 1967. Instead those who are more romantic, we suggest a visit the lighthouse (Pharos) of Akrotiri and admire one of the most extra- ordinary and unforgettable sunsets.