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7 nights Porto Castello, Santorini, 5th May-12th May + Flights Gatwick to Santorini now £296 (£148pp) inc taxes/cabin bags @ Travel Republic

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Package deal from London Gatwick with Easyjet to Santorini, Firostefani for £296 (based on 2 adults booking) The price includes return flights from London Gatwick and 7 nights at Porto Castello.


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  • Cash transactions at this property cannot exceed EUR 500, due to national regulations. For further details, please contact the property using information in the booking confirmation.
  • This property offers transfers from the ferry terminal (surcharges may apply). Guests must contact the property with arrival details 72 hours prior to arrival, using the contact information on the booking confirmation.
  • No pets and no service animals are allowed at this property.


Fees

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Breakfast fee: between EUR 6 and EUR 6 for adults, EUR 6 and EUR 6 for children (approximately)
  • Crib (infant bed) fee: EUR 10.0 per night
The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.




Property LocationWhen you stay at Porto Castello in Santorini, you'll be near the beach, within a 15-minute drive of Museum of Prehistoric Thira and Archaeological Museum. This hotel is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Santorini Caldera and 5.7 mi (9.1 km) from Kamari Beach.

RoomsMake yourself at home in one of the 40 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and minibars. Your Select Comfort bed comes with Egyptian cotton sheets. Rooms have private furnished lanais. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers.

DiningEnjoy a meal at the restaurant or snacks in the hotel's coffee shop/café. Relax with your favorite drink at the bar/lounge or the poolside bar. Continental breakfasts are available daily for a fee.

Rec, Spa, Premium AmenitiesEnjoy recreation amenities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a terrace. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Guests can catch a ride to nearby destinations on the complimentary area shuttle.

Business, Other AmenitiesFeatured amenities include luggage storage, a library, and coffee/tea in a common area. A roundtrip airport shuttle and a ferry terminal shuttle are provided for an additional charge.
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I have been going to Santorini for several years. Preferred period May/June. Waters still cold, but weather is nice. I never go to Santorini for swimming [better islands/places for that] but for the strolls, history, food etc.

Depending where your hotel is it is not a guarantee you will have parking right in front and depends on the age of your children.
If they appreciate beauty, history, geology, volcanos then this is a great place. I would not go with my 6/5 year old there!

Santorini is a bit pricey compared to other islands in greece but you just have to be careful and avoid the tourist traps. Ie places that offer "sunset" cocktails etc. They will "take your money" .
I append below what i send to friends that ask for my advice...

What to do in Santorini

Eat :
* Aktaion
Firostefani, Santorini 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…CD2

* Salt and Pepper
25is Martiou 405, Thira 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…2F2

* (highly recommended Cretan cuisine)
Metaxi Mas
Exo Gonia, Thira 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…9ck

* there are a couple nice taverna in megaloxori
* there is a very nice restaurant called selene. It is on the very high price Michelin star type quality and price
Selene
Santorini, Pyrgos, Pirgos Kallistis 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…zR2

Santorini is famous for :
* Fava (a vegetarian lentil type spread and appetizer)
* tomatoes
* white eggplant
* amazing white wine
* wineries

Visit for sure :
* Ancient Thira
Kamari 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…J72
This is a must and you won't regret it and also educational for kids
* Oia for sunset
* The volcano if you have time
* go for a swim at Kamari or perissa
* visit the red beach
( Santorini is not known for its beaches and are cold 'for a greek' being very deep waters in the aegean)
* a winery if you like as they have a weird way of making delicious and highly regarded wine

To avoid :
* Do not take the donkeys anywhere
* avoid tourist traps. For example weird restaurants on the roofs with an amazing view.
* use too much water as they have to bring it via boat from the mainland!
* driving late at night the street that connects Oia with hmerovigli and Thera
* scooter / ATV. rent a normal car and not a scooter or ATV. It is not worth the risk.


Affordable souvenirs/jewelry gifts :
Athens Protasis - Oia, Santorini
36°27'42.5"N 25°22'31., 1, Sintiki 623 00, Greece

goo.gl/map…422
you can get bracelets necklaces from lava rock for very cheap prices and amazing designs. Greece is famous for jewellery making so this is an exemplar. We have many of these.


Finally, overall locals are nice albeit it is hard to tell who is local. Santorini is well organised. If you like specific restaurants try to book in advance it pays off and you don't have to wait. Please try local cuisine... General advice if a fish restaurant has a display of the fish in the front good idea is to avoid. Look for where the Greeks eat (they are loud so easy to find).
Rumana0317/01/2020 12:59

is it very expensive? would you say its suitable for a family with small …is it very expensive? would you say its suitable for a family with small children?


I'd say it costs about the same as being in Central London. I was paying about £30 per head for 2 courses and a drink.

Everything is imported, so it's very expensive relative to mainland Greece. There are some supermarkets and plenty of local shops though (Lidl just south of Thira) where you can stock up a bit more cheaply on the essentials.

Plenty of families visit, many lovley areas, but some places are unpaved, and others require a little bit of effort, but you can do the entire island in two days if you're quick on your feet. Three days tops. One for north of the island, one for south of the island, third for anything you missed. There's also a boat ride you can take which visits nearby islands. I don't recommend the volcano tour - what a waste - but the boat journey was refreshing.

However, having your own transport is key with a family. They do have quad bikes and buggies modified slightly for families that you can rent - which are easier to park, but it's not a place for any sort of big car (anything above a small hatchback is not recommended) - driving down narrow roads is a nightmare!

You can circle the entire island by road within 2 hours.
Edited by: "hanif248" 17th Jan
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Great price, we paid over the total cost of the holiday just on flights a few years ago. Done many Greek islands, santorini is our favourite
Good price for the holiday. But take a nice big, fat wallet with you - you’ll need it!
Beautiful place - and a good price for Santorini - just at the start of the peak season so you'll get there just as everything heats up (literally).

I paid c. £400 in August for a 2 star with early morning flights!

Heat.
Edited by: "hanif248" 17th Jan
I couldn't find it for this price 😔
I can’t see it either. Shame.
Great price
jstyles17/01/2020 10:00

Good price for the holiday. But take a nice big, fat wallet with you - …Good price for the holiday. But take a nice big, fat wallet with you - you’ll need it!

Why is that? I'm planning to go this year.😳
jstyles17/01/2020 10:00

Good price for the holiday. But take a nice big, fat wallet with you - …Good price for the holiday. But take a nice big, fat wallet with you - you’ll need it!


is it very expensive? would you say its suitable for a family with small children?
Looks like doesn't exist any more . Live prices
I have been going to Santorini for several years. Preferred period May/June. Waters still cold, but weather is nice. I never go to Santorini for swimming [better islands/places for that] but for the strolls, history, food etc.

Depending where your hotel is it is not a guarantee you will have parking right in front and depends on the age of your children.
If they appreciate beauty, history, geology, volcanos then this is a great place. I would not go with my 6/5 year old there!

Santorini is a bit pricey compared to other islands in greece but you just have to be careful and avoid the tourist traps. Ie places that offer "sunset" cocktails etc. They will "take your money" .
I append below what i send to friends that ask for my advice...

What to do in Santorini

Eat :
* Aktaion
Firostefani, Santorini 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…CD2

* Salt and Pepper
25is Martiou 405, Thira 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…2F2

* (highly recommended Cretan cuisine)
Metaxi Mas
Exo Gonia, Thira 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…9ck

* there are a couple nice taverna in megaloxori
* there is a very nice restaurant called selene. It is on the very high price Michelin star type quality and price
Selene
Santorini, Pyrgos, Pirgos Kallistis 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…zR2

Santorini is famous for :
* Fava (a vegetarian lentil type spread and appetizer)
* tomatoes
* white eggplant
* amazing white wine
* wineries

Visit for sure :
* Ancient Thira
Kamari 847 00, Greece
goo.gl/map…J72
This is a must and you won't regret it and also educational for kids
* Oia for sunset
* The volcano if you have time
* go for a swim at Kamari or perissa
* visit the red beach
( Santorini is not known for its beaches and are cold 'for a greek' being very deep waters in the aegean)
* a winery if you like as they have a weird way of making delicious and highly regarded wine

To avoid :
* Do not take the donkeys anywhere
* avoid tourist traps. For example weird restaurants on the roofs with an amazing view.
* use too much water as they have to bring it via boat from the mainland!
* driving late at night the street that connects Oia with hmerovigli and Thera
* scooter / ATV. rent a normal car and not a scooter or ATV. It is not worth the risk.


Affordable souvenirs/jewelry gifts :
Athens Protasis - Oia, Santorini
36°27'42.5"N 25°22'31., 1, Sintiki 623 00, Greece

goo.gl/map…422
you can get bracelets necklaces from lava rock for very cheap prices and amazing designs. Greece is famous for jewellery making so this is an exemplar. We have many of these.


Finally, overall locals are nice albeit it is hard to tell who is local. Santorini is well organised. If you like specific restaurants try to book in advance it pays off and you don't have to wait. Please try local cuisine... General advice if a fish restaurant has a display of the fish in the front good idea is to avoid. Look for where the Greeks eat (they are loud so easy to find).
theprofinuk17/01/2020 13:20

I have been going to Santorini for several years. Preferred period …I have been going to Santorini for several years. Preferred period May/June. Waters still cold, but weather is nice. I never go to Santorini for swimming [better islands/places for that] but for the strolls, history, food etc.Depending where your hotel is it is not a guarantee you will have parking right in front and depends on the age of your children.If they appreciate beauty, history, geology, volcanos then this is a great place. I would not go with my 6/5 year old there!Santorini is a bit pricey compared to other islands in greece but you just have to be careful and avoid the tourist traps. Ie places that offer "sunset" cocktails etc. They will "take your money" .I append below what i send to friends that ask for my advice...What to do in Santorini Eat :* AktaionFirostefani, Santorini 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/uiH89ZgwWCD2* Salt and Pepper25is Martiou 405, Thira 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/ggvza2yTE2F2* (highly recommended Cretan cuisine) Metaxi MasExo Gonia, Thira 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/5T6CknbP9ck* there are a couple nice taverna in megaloxori * there is a very nice restaurant called selene. It is on the very high price Michelin star type quality and price SeleneSantorini, Pyrgos, Pirgos Kallistis 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/MRaFbR8mFzR2Santorini is famous for :* Fava (a vegetarian lentil type spread and appetizer)* tomatoes* white eggplant * amazing white wine * wineries Visit for sure :* Ancient ThiraKamari 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/hjGc1hGnLJ72This is a must and you won't regret it and also educational for kids * Oia for sunset * The volcano if you have time * go for a swim at Kamari or perissa * visit the red beach ( Santorini is not known for its beaches and are cold 'for a greek' being very deep waters in the aegean) * a winery if you like as they have a weird way of making delicious and highly regarded wine To avoid :* Do not take the donkeys anywhere * avoid tourist traps. For example weird restaurants on the roofs with an amazing view. * use too much water as they have to bring it via boat from the mainland! * driving late at night the street that connects Oia with hmerovigli and Thera * scooter / ATV. rent a normal car and not a scooter or ATV. It is not worth the risk. Affordable souvenirs/jewelry gifts :Athens Protasis - Oia, Santorini36°27'42.5"N 25°22'31., 1, Sintiki 623 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/w3fiPyevC422you can get bracelets necklaces from lava rock for very cheap prices and amazing designs. Greece is famous for jewellery making so this is an exemplar. We have many of these.Finally, overall locals are nice albeit it is hard to tell who is local. Santorini is well organised. If you like specific restaurants try to book in advance it pays off and you don't have to wait. Please try local cuisine... General advice if a fish restaurant has a display of the fish in the front good idea is to avoid. Look for where the Greeks eat (they are loud so easy to find).


Some great tips here folks. Love Santorini - something very special about it.
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theprofinuk17/01/2020 13:20

I have been going to Santorini for several years. Preferred period …I have been going to Santorini for several years. Preferred period May/June. Waters still cold, but weather is nice. I never go to Santorini for swimming [better islands/places for that] but for the strolls, history, food etc.Depending where your hotel is it is not a guarantee you will have parking right in front and depends on the age of your children.If they appreciate beauty, history, geology, volcanos then this is a great place. I would not go with my 6/5 year old there!Santorini is a bit pricey compared to other islands in greece but you just have to be careful and avoid the tourist traps. Ie places that offer "sunset" cocktails etc. They will "take your money" .I append below what i send to friends that ask for my advice...What to do in Santorini Eat :* AktaionFirostefani, Santorini 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/uiH89ZgwWCD2* Salt and Pepper25is Martiou 405, Thira 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/ggvza2yTE2F2* (highly recommended Cretan cuisine) Metaxi MasExo Gonia, Thira 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/5T6CknbP9ck* there are a couple nice taverna in megaloxori * there is a very nice restaurant called selene. It is on the very high price Michelin star type quality and price SeleneSantorini, Pyrgos, Pirgos Kallistis 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/MRaFbR8mFzR2Santorini is famous for :* Fava (a vegetarian lentil type spread and appetizer)* tomatoes* white eggplant * amazing white wine * wineries Visit for sure :* Ancient ThiraKamari 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/hjGc1hGnLJ72This is a must and you won't regret it and also educational for kids * Oia for sunset * The volcano if you have time * go for a swim at Kamari or perissa * visit the red beach ( Santorini is not known for its beaches and are cold 'for a greek' being very deep waters in the aegean) * a winery if you like as they have a weird way of making delicious and highly regarded wine To avoid :* Do not take the donkeys anywhere * avoid tourist traps. For example weird restaurants on the roofs with an amazing view. * use too much water as they have to bring it via boat from the mainland! * driving late at night the street that connects Oia with hmerovigli and Thera * scooter / ATV. rent a normal car and not a scooter or ATV. It is not worth the risk. Affordable souvenirs/jewelry gifts :Athens Protasis - Oia, Santorini36°27'42.5"N 25°22'31., 1, Sintiki 623 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/w3fiPyevC422you can get bracelets necklaces from lava rock for very cheap prices and amazing designs. Greece is famous for jewellery making so this is an exemplar. We have many of these.Finally, overall locals are nice albeit it is hard to tell who is local. Santorini is well organised. If you like specific restaurants try to book in advance it pays off and you don't have to wait. Please try local cuisine... General advice if a fish restaurant has a display of the fish in the front good idea is to avoid. Look for where the Greeks eat (they are loud so easy to find).


Great advice! I personally love whizzing around on an ATV and don’t feel it’s particularly risky. The best way to beach hop in my opinion!

There are more exciting and cheaper Greek islands than Santorini but it is undoubtedly beautiful, a couples paradise
mrnicewatch17/01/2020 13:34

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Hopefully the govt will bail us out, the deal will come back online and those of us who are wealthy and have shares in easyjet will get a big bonus dividend too.
Rumana0317/01/2020 12:59

is it very expensive? would you say its suitable for a family with small …is it very expensive? would you say its suitable for a family with small children?


I'd say it costs about the same as being in Central London. I was paying about £30 per head for 2 courses and a drink.

Everything is imported, so it's very expensive relative to mainland Greece. There are some supermarkets and plenty of local shops though (Lidl just south of Thira) where you can stock up a bit more cheaply on the essentials.

Plenty of families visit, many lovley areas, but some places are unpaved, and others require a little bit of effort, but you can do the entire island in two days if you're quick on your feet. Three days tops. One for north of the island, one for south of the island, third for anything you missed. There's also a boat ride you can take which visits nearby islands. I don't recommend the volcano tour - what a waste - but the boat journey was refreshing.

However, having your own transport is key with a family. They do have quad bikes and buggies modified slightly for families that you can rent - which are easier to park, but it's not a place for any sort of big car (anything above a small hatchback is not recommended) - driving down narrow roads is a nightmare!

You can circle the entire island by road within 2 hours.
Edited by: "hanif248" 17th Jan
Have to agree with theprofinuk on some points, ATV are ok though i hired a car. Dead easy to drive around but be aware roads away from residential areas are unlit and lethal with sharp bends and sheer drops with no barriers (as one idiot that overtook me at i reckon near 100mph on a long straight found out - they nearly went over a cliff!)

Restaurants are cheaper than Crete.

We stayed in Parissa which has the island's only sandy beach - black sand.
Most beaches have stones, so id take some beach shoes
Driving in santorini is very easy and you can drive around the whole island with a couple or so hours
Bus service is good and cheap
You must see the sunset at Oi - there is a decent sized open air pool/bar/tourist trap at the far north of the island where you can get great views - there is a small charge i think but its nice and there arent many decent sized pools in santorini
Visit Oi, its great - sure, its a tourist trap and more expensive but its fine
Visit the ruins - cheap and doesnt take long
Visit the volcanic area just off the coast
Some great bakeries near Parissa

i liked santorini, nice place - some parts nice, but like other greek islands, losts of half built buildings and dumped cars so its not all nice
hanif24817/01/2020 14:04

I'd say it costs about the same as being in Central London. I was paying …I'd say it costs about the same as being in Central London. I was paying about £30 per head for 2 courses and a drink.Everything is imported, so it's very expensive relative to mainland Greece. There are some supermarkets and plenty of local shops though (Lidl just south of Thira) where you can stock up a bit more cheaply on the essentials.Plenty of families visit, many lovley areas, but some places are unpaved, and others require a little bit of effort, but you can do the entire island in two days if you're quick on your feet. Three days tops. One for north of the island, one for south of the island, third for anything you missed. There's also a boat ride you can take which visits nearby islands. I don't recommend the volcano tour - what a waste - but the boat journey was refreshing. However, having your own transport is key with a family. They do have quad bikes and buggies modified slightly for families that you can rent - which are easier to park, but it's not a place for any sort of big car (anything above a small hatchback is not recommended) - driving down narrow roads is a nightmare!You can circle the entire island by road within 2 hours.


unless prices have jumped dramatically, unless you ate at the wrong places, in 2014 we were paying about £15-20 a head for 2 courses and a drink in Parissa in restaurants overlooking the beach/sea. We used to share mains and some were huge, like chicken salads
royals17/01/2020 14:13

unless prices have jumped dramatically, unless you ate at the wrong …unless prices have jumped dramatically, unless you ate at the wrong places, in 2014 we were paying about £15-20 a head for 2 courses and a drink in Parissa in restaurants overlooking the beach/sea. We used to share mains and some were huge, like chicken salads


Well, given the exchange rate plummeted in 2016, and it was at the lowest point of the year when I went last year, I'd say a lot has changed mate lol

And I spent a lot of time in Thira, so prices where slightly higher, and I assume have only been going up in the 6 years since you've been.
Edited by: "hanif248" 17th Jan
theprofinuk17/01/2020 13:20

I have been going to Santorini for several years. Preferred period …I have been going to Santorini for several years. Preferred period May/June. Waters still cold, but weather is nice. I never go to Santorini for swimming [better islands/places for that] but for the strolls, history, food etc.Depending where your hotel is it is not a guarantee you will have parking right in front and depends on the age of your children.If they appreciate beauty, history, geology, volcanos then this is a great place. I would not go with my 6/5 year old there!Santorini is a bit pricey compared to other islands in greece but you just have to be careful and avoid the tourist traps. Ie places that offer "sunset" cocktails etc. They will "take your money" .I append below what i send to friends that ask for my advice...What to do in Santorini Eat :* AktaionFirostefani, Santorini 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/uiH89ZgwWCD2* Salt and Pepper25is Martiou 405, Thira 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/ggvza2yTE2F2* (highly recommended Cretan cuisine) Metaxi MasExo Gonia, Thira 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/5T6CknbP9ck* there are a couple nice taverna in megaloxori * there is a very nice restaurant called selene. It is on the very high price Michelin star type quality and price SeleneSantorini, Pyrgos, Pirgos Kallistis 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/MRaFbR8mFzR2Santorini is famous for :* Fava (a vegetarian lentil type spread and appetizer)* tomatoes* white eggplant * amazing white wine * wineries Visit for sure :* Ancient ThiraKamari 847 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/hjGc1hGnLJ72This is a must and you won't regret it and also educational for kids * Oia for sunset * The volcano if you have time * go for a swim at Kamari or perissa * visit the red beach ( Santorini is not known for its beaches and are cold 'for a greek' being very deep waters in the aegean) * a winery if you like as they have a weird way of making delicious and highly regarded wine To avoid :* Do not take the donkeys anywhere * avoid tourist traps. For example weird restaurants on the roofs with an amazing view. * use too much water as they have to bring it via boat from the mainland! * driving late at night the street that connects Oia with hmerovigli and Thera * scooter / ATV. rent a normal car and not a scooter or ATV. It is not worth the risk. Affordable souvenirs/jewelry gifts :Athens Protasis - Oia, Santorini36°27'42.5"N 25°22'31., 1, Sintiki 623 00, Greecehttps://goo.gl/maps/w3fiPyevC422you can get bracelets necklaces from lava rock for very cheap prices and amazing designs. Greece is famous for jewellery making so this is an exemplar. We have many of these.Finally, overall locals are nice albeit it is hard to tell who is local. Santorini is well organised. If you like specific restaurants try to book in advance it pays off and you don't have to wait. Please try local cuisine... General advice if a fish restaurant has a display of the fish in the front good idea is to avoid. Look for where the Greeks eat (they are loud so easy to find).


Thanks for this detailed infos. I've been looking for a honest review and was planning for this year. Looks like it's not happening as I found an amazing deal to Portugal and booked straightway for Easter hols.

Saved this post. Will come back to it to read other reviews/comments.
Edited by: "bandhan1983" 17th Jan
bandhan198317/01/2020 14:33

Thanks for this detailed infos. I've been looking for a honest review and …Thanks for this detailed infos. I've been looking for a honest review and was planning for this year. Looks like it's not happening as I found an amazing deal to Portugal and booked straightway for Easter hols.Saved this post. Will come back to it to read other reviews/comments.



Care to share this amazing deal in Portugal at all please?
Looking at Santorini or Paphos. Any recomendations?
Beautiful island and beautiful people. Food amazing very luxurious worth every penny
My dog went to Santorini last year, said it was good. Hot deal!
mrsyao17/01/2020 15:18

Care to share this amazing deal in Portugal at all please?


I think they're waiting for you to share one first, but they could be in for a long wait
Santorini Yay!!!
Geia sas !!
Were going in may into June we know it's expensive but we've never been before 👏😁
I think people need to read the hotel reviews before being blinded by the amazing price
I might be a bit naive to ask your advice. Apologies in advance! Was just taking to Mrs about Santorini the other day. We have got two kids. One of them will be 2 years old and the other one will be only 5 months. Can I take the risk of booking the holiday or the kids are too young for Santorini trip?
It says you'll be near the beach, firostefani is NOT near the beach it's a cliff side resort without a beach.

I live in Santorini 6-7months a year if any questions not already answered
mrsyao17/01/2020 15:18

Care to share this amazing deal in Portugal at all please?


I booked one week ago to go during Easter holiday. From Luton airport to Lisbon with Easyjet.
Check out Easyjet you might still be lucky. If you book very early in the morn (departure) and late as arrival, that's when you get fairly reasonable price. Select which dates/days/time suits you and go with the flow to find the cheapest one. Good luck.
sj_mith17/01/2020 19:17

I might be a bit naive to ask your advice. Apologies in advance! Was just …I might be a bit naive to ask your advice. Apologies in advance! Was just taking to Mrs about Santorini the other day. We have got two kids. One of them will be 2 years old and the other one will be only 5 months. Can I take the risk of booking the holiday or the kids are too young for Santorini trip?


I've been told the streets are cobbled and it's hard to use buggy. Also not suitable for kids. You'll need comfy trainers too. Having said that I've a toddler and also was in two minds until I found the Portugal (cobbled streets too 🥴🥴) deal.
For kids, Kamari or Perissa is a better
ams_Sxi17/01/2020 15:29

Looking at Santorini or Paphos. Any recomendations?



It says you'll be near the beach, firostefani is NOT near the beach it's a cliff side resort without a beach.

I live in Santorini 6-7months a year if any questions not already answered
For kids, Kamari or Perissa is a better place to stay, has beaches and flatter.
Exploring FIRA (the capital - not confused with thira which is the Greek name for the whole island) and Oia will be tricky, not easy oaths in most places , busy and minimal footpaths

Car hire is fine QUADs should be avoided. You are not insured and not worth the risk
Edited by: "mrwhitelabel" 17th Jan
Worst airport I’ve been to ever, it’s so small once you go through security there were no seats, no room to move everyone was standing like sardines, outside area packed too. I advise not going through security until latest time add to can sit outside the airport after checking bags.

They were supposed to be expanding so not sure if this has been done yet
Link is not working but search for the dates and it is still available for £302 so still a great price.

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tommyboy8117/01/2020 09:35

Great price, we paid over the total cost of the holiday just on flights a …Great price, we paid over the total cost of the holiday just on flights a few years ago. Done many Greek islands, santorini is our favourite


Which one was the cheapest? Thanks
Very mixed reviews on Tripadvisor. Cold from me.
jstyles17/01/2020 10:00

Good price for the holiday. But take a nice big, fat wallet with you - …Good price for the holiday. But take a nice big, fat wallet with you - you’ll need it!


i just dont get it...why brits bother to go hols aboard with such a beautiful country and nature in the UK. If its expensive, why bother?
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