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As per my title, this is done as part of the nea kameni boat trip, it's a much smaller island and unless you are swimming you cannot actually set foot on the island. You'll probably end up going as the island is always part of...More
My friend and I didn't have a clue as to where we were going to eat while we were at Santorini. We just decided to stop here. What luck! The waiter was grouchy but the food was so worth it. The view is magnificent. We...More
Posted by my 9 year old daughter:
In Santorini, Greece you think you hit the spot and got the best deal. You get to see and hike on an active volcano and swim in hot springs! The volcano was awesome and you're looking forward...More
It is not compulsory to swim out here but those who wish to swim in the hot springs have to swim from their boats into the muddy-looking bay.
It is not possible for the boat to pull up to land since it is too shallow....More
A liitle rocky island placed right beside Nea Kameni island.Here are the Hot Springs and all the tours make a short stop here.Take care:a swim in that hot springs could blotch your swimming suit as long as the water is muddy and has a lot...More
Came here as part of a tour and it was a really nice swim, further in while swimming you get to the hot patches which really is hot with 40C+ compared to the rather cold ocean. I am not sure why people are saying the...More
I went here on a boat tour of santorini. It's a swim up hot springs, so you get to jump off the boat and watch as the water goes from blue to green to yellow . Don't wear any jewelry, real or not, it will...More
Came here in early Oct. The water is tepid, not even warm. The water in tropical beaches probably warmer than this. But luckily it didn't stain our swim suits.
The tour guide that we used for this trip sort of "scared" the guests by saying,...More
After visiting the active volcano lava islet of Nea Kameni, the 'caldera' boat brought us to the lava islet of Palea Kameni. All those who were "good" swimmers were invited to jump or dive from the boat into the sea. A short swim of less...More
That's about the best words I can find to describe these hot springs. If you have been to any other hot springs anywhere in the world, don't go here as you're likely to be disappointed.
The boat will drop you 100m or so away, and...More