It’s known throughout the world as one of the most naturally beautiful places to visit.
Santorini’s history spans back thousands of years, when it was the site of one of the largest volcanic eruptions known to humankind.
That eruption took place approximately 3,600 years ago, leaving a large caldera surrounded by volcanic ash deposits hundreds of meters deep.
Today, donkey trails are carved into the island’s cliffs and entire villages sit perilously on its mountainside.
The sunsets in Oia — a town in Santorini’s northern tip — have attracted millions of tourists from all over the world.
Famed for its red-hued sand, the iconic Red Beach is yet another popular tourist attraction on the island.
It’s no wonder Santorini has become one of the world’s top destinations for weddings and honeymoons.
On average, nearly two million tourists visit Santorini every year. But how many can say they’ve seen it all — from above?
Watch this great video (below) shot by the team at NPro+ Aerial Production.
In less than three minutes, the video includes the best sights that island has to offer — from views of the Aegean Sea to cliffside views of white, sun-kissed buildings.
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