Pina Caldera Residence offers a fully-equipped kitchen ( Oven, Refrigerator with deep freeze, Dish washer, Nespresso coffee machine) in order to prepare your own delicious meals from locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and don't forget simplicity is the key.
In case that woul like to eat out, Santorini has some Greece’s finest restaurants. A few suggestions, in the centre of Oia Village you will find Ambrosia which offers you one of the island's most tranquil and dreamlike terrace views of the Santorini volcanic sea caldera. Then there's 1800, a 19th-century captain’s house reflecting the glory of a long gone era, here the talented chef smartly applies his high aesthetics and skills on supreme traditional products of Santorini, Greece and the Mediterranean countries coming up with the most scrumptious dishes you have ever tasted. From the starters to the salads, the main courses and the desserts, best quality ingredients are used that treat you to a unique culinary experience in Santorini. Another good option could be Kastro , next to the castle, boasting maybe the best sunset views. A bit further and after a walk down (don't forget that you have to walk up again) to the tiny fishing harbour of Ammoudi at the base of the cliffs, where you will enjoy fresh fish and other greek delicacies like seafood dishes, and maybe the most famous lobster spaghetti throughout the Aegean islands and tastes inspired from Santorini cuisine.
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|Pool:||Plunge Pool with Whirpool Feature||Marvelous view :|
|Dining:||No||Young Couples :|
|Children:||No||Nice atmosphere :|
|Closed:||November to March||Beach/Seaside :|