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Santorini is the most fascinating island in Greece, highly preferred by thousands of tourists and Athenians that travel there during the summer. So how does transportation in Santorini? The local road network is sufficiently good but it gets very busy in summer, so extra attention is required.

You will find bellow information about transportation in Santorini and how to move around.

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How To Get Around in Santorini: Cars, Quads & Local Buses

Local buses in Santorini

The central bus station is in Fira, the capital of the island, where buses depart very frequently. They cover routes to almost all places around the island and certainly to the most tourist spots. This is the cheapest way to get around in Santorini. Get information about timetables on www.ktel-santorini.gr.

Taxis and private transfers in Santorini

Many taxis can be found in every village of Santorini, at the port and the airport of the island, at the central squares of Fira and Oia, as well as near every beach resort. They are surely more expensive than the bus, however, they will take you to your destination faster.

You can contact some local drivers directly (0030 690 679 4316, 0030 22860 22555)

Car and motorbike rentals in Santorini

With a car or motorcycle, you can explore the island at your own pace and gain access to the most secluded spots! In case you don’t have your own vehicle, it is an excellent idea to rent a car for your sightseeing trips! Book it in advance, especially in high season, because the demand is very high!

Book online your car rental in Santorini.


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