Oia (pronounced I-a), located on the northern point of the island, is 12 km north west of Fira, and is the most photographed of all villages on Santorini. Home to magical sunsets, chocolate-box architecture, and delightful art galleries, it is also its most frequented destination. Every evening, thousands of people crowd the tight little streets and winding steps of Oia for the sunset. The village is a listed historic monument, and its residential alleys and lanes were the first in Greece to be listed as an archaeological historic monument by the Hellenic Tourism Association.
A part of Oia that few people take the time to see, however, is Ammoudi, the village’s port, 200 stairs belo w. It has a few lovely fish restaurants and cafes and it is the perfect spot for cliff diving.
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