Mesa Pigadia Beach

Mesa Pigadia Beach

Blanketed in inky volcanic sand, Mesa Pigadia Beach is a dinky place to unwind and enjoy the warm rays. Sunloungers and straw umbrellas are dotted along some parts of the shore so you can relax in utmost comfort. And if hunger strikes, pad along the pebbles to one of the nearby beach cafés for a traditional bite to eat.
Caldera Dolphin
Luxe Collection
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£955pp
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  • Bristol, Wed 12 May 2021
  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Caldera Dolphin

Megalachori, Santorini

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Based on 297 reviews

4.7 Km to Mesa Pigadia Beach

  • Perfect for honeymoons
  • Beautiful caldera location
  • Modern stylish design
Santo Miramare Resort
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£622pp
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  • London Stansted, Tue 04 May 2021
  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Santo Miramare Resort

Perivolos, Santorini

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Based on 262 reviews

7.3 Km to Mesa Pigadia Beach

  • Perfect for relaxation
  • Set in pretty gardens
  • Peaceful atmosphere
  • Great pool area
  • Bright, comfortable rooms
Athina Apartments
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£479pp
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  • Bristol, Wed 12 May 2021
  • 7 Nights, Self Catering
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Athina Apartments

Perissa, Santorini

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Based on 95 reviews

7.6 Km to Mesa Pigadia Beach

  • Perfect for exploring
  • Great value for money
  • Small and friendly
Aspri Beach

Aspri Beach

Santorini

Make a beeline for one of the island’s most stunning patches. Also known as White Beach, this stretch of shore dazzles with its dove-white cliffs, which contrast vividly with the black sand shore and...

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Akrotiri Lighthouse

Akrotiri Lighthouse

Santorini

Seek out this bright-white 19th-century lighthouse perched on the island’s south-western tip. Visitors flock here to catch Santorini’s famous sunset for good reason – it’s one of the...

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Ancient Akrotiri

Ancient Akrotiri

Fira, Santorini

Thousands of years ago, in 1613 BC, a volcanic eruption buried the ancient Minoan city of Akrotiri underneath a layer of volcanic ash. This Bronze Age settlement was hidden from the world until 1967, when...

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