Karterados is a quite village with mansions of the captains ideal for walking on cobblestone street, admiring the steeple of the church dedicated to the Ascension of Jesus and eating traditional barley bake from the furnace of Kalimeris.
Vothonas, on the way to Kamari, has a unique, mysterious aura with many churches and it is built on the edge of a river.
Became an important commercial center of the island, evidenced in the many mansions, one of which, the Argyros Mansion is only visitable in Santorini.
A few kilometers under the village of Pyrgos is the village of Ekso Gonia. It is a quiet village that most visitors visit for lunch in the tavern Metaksu mas.
In Episkopi Gonia is the most important church of the island, Panagia Episkopi, worth a visit to admire the wooden temple and the important icons that are hosted in the church. Built by Emperor Comnenus I became the seat of the Orthodox diocese on the island.
Located before the entrance in Oia. Take a stroll in Finikia, one of the most beautiful villages of Santorini, go through the Panagia Matrona church and walk in the vineyards and the churches of Aghia Kyriaki and Aghios Konstantinos. Visit the Kyra Panagia to enjoy a beautiful sunset while the neighboring Baxedes you can visit the Sigalas winery for a tour and a glass of wine.