VIDEO: The Historical Sites of Santorini, Greece: Volcanic Preservation of Akrotiri

David’s Been Here is touring the Jewel of the Greek Isles: Santorini. Rich in both cultural and geological history, Santorini boasts what is known today as the Pompeii of the Aegean. The archaeological site of Akrotiri is a partially preserved town dating back to the Middle Bronze Age, which was completely covered in volcanic ash during its existence.

Tour through the amazing remnants of this ancient town, with some artifacts dating back thousands of years to the Neolithic Period.  Truly a must see on this amazing Greek Isle, come to Santorini not only for the shopping and wine tasting, but for some amazing history as well.

2 thoughts on “VIDEO: The Historical Sites of Santorini, Greece: Volcanic Preservation of Akrotiri”

  1. Cheow PK Richard says:

    I am from Singapore. My wife and myselff would like to visit Greece including Santorini if possible about 2 nights in Santorini and the rest maybe abt a week in Greece to cover all posibble places of nterests. I would lie to check with you if you could possibe plan an iternery for us including hotels and prices for all charges. Thank you.

    1. David says:

      Hi Cheow,

      Thanks for writing. Please send me an email to david at davidsbeenhere dot com so we can talk through there.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.