Pyrgos is an area of Santorini island, located on top of a hill surrounded by vineyards. It is here that
the world-famous Asyrtiko white wines are made. Its steep medieval streets are lined with wine bars, taverns, galleries, and boutiques. In the Santorini Past Museum, you can explore traditional island life. There are religious relics in the Museum of Icons and Church Artifacts, the former chapel of the Holy Trinity. Somewhere here, between the streets, you can organize a cozy family Santorini photoshoot, which will keep the happy moments of the trip in your memory forever.
Do you want to find the best place to relax in Santorini?
Pyrgos is a town of incredible beauty with slopes of white houses. Only a few residents have remained here, and hotels and apartments occupy the authentic buildings. Arriving here, you can settle in the best hotels in Pyrgos, for example, in:
Carpe Diem Santorini – beautiful rooms with a private pool, mesmerizing cliff view, and sunset.
Art Hotel is designed for those who love elegance, luxury, and style and they are passionate about discovering art.
Voreina Gallery Suites має overlooks the island and Aegean sea. The private pools, kitchens, fireplaces, spacious living areas, private balconies, and jacuzzis are here.
top 5 popular restaurants on the slopes
After you have settled in your accommodation, we advise you to visit the famous restaurants in Pyrgos. The places that have received five stars from visitors and positive feedback are:
Kantouni Traditional delicacies with popular meat dishes;
Agaze Bistro Restaurant Bottega – an authentic restaurant with Mediterranean cuisine;
Pyrgos Restaurant with an incredible view of the sunset. It serves exquisite dishes of European and Greek cuisine;
Cava Alta – оld cave-winery house converted into a restaurant with a roof terrace overview of the traditional village of Pyrgos;
Franco's Cafe – a place with a fantastic view and local cuisine;
If you want to go to a beach bar, then we recommend visiting Botargo.