Santorini is the Mother of Volcanoes. Its caldera, seen from a boat for the first time, is a source of wondermentβ€”something so unusual that it can only marginally be minimised by the fact that it will already be familiar from photographs. Images, though, do not do justice to the magnitude, or to the changing shapes and colours of the marine landscape as the boat cuts through the enclosed circle of islands towards the harbour, which is no more than an improvised ledge beneath a 270m, stratified cliff of lava. The view from the town above is no less ex traordinary...READ MORE
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