The Cycladic island of Santorini shines 200 km from mainland Greece in the Aegean Sea. Its lime washed cubical houses are iconic of Cycladic architecture of Greece. Its caldera adorned with a sphinx sculpture offers a perfect view of the sunset and the geology favours safe windsurfing. The Catholic Church, Three Bells of Fira, rests directly above the western cliff of the city and is connected to the port by a cable car. Santorini’s volcanic mineral rich soil produces the world’s finest quality cherry tomatoes. Vinsanto or the Santorini wine is best enjoyed with a local delight Spanakopita spinach pie. Its wineries are as beautiful as its sea.