Louis Studios Hotel offers tranquility & relaxation under the blue skies of Santorini. The hotel can be found 80 meters from the seashore and the quiet black sand beach of Agia Paraskevi. Cycladic architecture, spacious comfortable rooms, a hotel swimming pool with a separate Jacuzzi pool & more than reasonable room rates make Louis Studios an obvious choice for your next summer holiday. Hotel Reception
Enquire at the reception about local island tours, boat trips & car or bike rentals.
Sunbeds & Umbrellas
Jacuzzi Swimming Pool
Free Wireless Internet Access
Nearby one can find a local restaurant, a traditional fish taverna, the bus stop & a taxi office. 5 minutes drive down the road takes you into Kamari Beach Town Center, a cosmopolitan beach resort known for its lively atmosphere, nightlife, plentiful shopping area, water sports, cafes, bars, taverns & so on.
LOUIS STUDIOS - HOTEL FACILITIES:
All the rooms are self-catering with private sea view balcony
Private Balcony with Sea View
Daily Maid Service
Santorini is a tiny Greek island, rich in history & steeped in myth. It is situated on the southern east tip of the Cyclades Archipelagos. Once famous for its seafaring captains & thriving trade from Russia towards England, France & Italy, & even further back in time the biblical volcanic catastrophy of 1500 B.C., today Santorini is one of the most popular holiday destinations world wide.
Kamari Beach is a lively cosmopolitan resort, offering an array of water sport activities, beach bars, tavernas, boutiques & shops. An attractive stone-paved promenade road runs parallel between the seafront shops & the long dark sanded beach, inviting one to take a pleasant evening stroll.
The volcanic cliffs of Santorini are red, brown or greenish, surmounted by a string of white villages. Jutting out from the deep blue sea, the sheer volcanic cliffs are topped with gleaming white village homes & churches, that resemble snowcapped mountains.
The thunderous fury of nature left its mark on the island, the home of Greece's last active volcano which still smolders today. Layer upon layer of red volcanic rock interspersed with white buildings and specks of greenery form a visual demonstration found nowhere else. The entire center of the circular island sank into the sea during the tremendous volcanic explosion of 3.500 years ago. The eruption caused tidal waves which virtually wiped out the advanced minoan civilization of Crete, 70 miles to the south.
What remains today of Santorini is a large cresent shaped island enclosing a west bay, the largest caldera on earth (7x14) miles. Santorini covers 132 square kilometers and is located 127 nautical miles from the port in Piraeus. It has 13 villages.