Acqua Vatos

The Acqua Vatos is a boutique hotel. It’s a smart and contemporary-looking place that even has its own vineyard.

Every morning, the hotel serves hearty Greek food to set you up for the day. Most guests then head straight to the sleek pool, which is framed by thatched parasols and white loungers. It even has its own chill-out area complete with cushioned sofas and oversized lanterns. There’s also a bar by the pool, so it’s easy to get daytime snacks.

The lounge bar is a chic little spot to hang out after dark. The bartenders like to get creative with their cocktails, while jazz and soul tracks set the mood.

Overview of Kamari

Life on this beautiful island is incredibly tranquil. When you head on a holiday to Santorini, you’ll fall in love with the magical scenery, dramatic landscapes and beautiful villages that line the island.

From the second you arrive at the Acqua Vatos, you’ll understand exactly why the island has inspired countless novels, films and paintings. With multi-coloured cliffs, some of the finest sunsets on the planet and whitewashed towns, every part of Santorini looks like it has been plucked from a film set.

Things to do in Santorini

The Acqua Vatos is in the heart of Kamari, so you’re only a minute’s walk away from a striking black-sand beach. This is a spot where you can work on your tan, try the water sports or take a water taxi to Perissa.

You’re also only a short drive away from Ancient Thera. You’ll be greeted by stunning views over the headland and you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time as you wander the streets. You’ll spot Byzantine paintings, bath houses and the remains of a theatre.

In the evening, Kamari’s famed for its nightlife, so you can enjoy live music and flamboyant cocktail bars. Experience ancient history, beautiful beaches and mesmerising views with a stay in Santorini.


Resort Summary

Spending your Santorini holidays in Kamari means you’ll never be bored, whatever your interests. Whether your idea of holiday fun is to stretch out on a beach and take in the sun or expend your energy in vigorous watersports, you’ll soon discover that Kamari has plenty of activities that’ll keep you occupied all day and all night.

This is also the destination where you can really expect to find the unexpected. Kamari’s Blue Flag beach is black, courtesy of the volcanic eruption that created Santorini many thousands of years ago, covering much of the area in black molten ash. Thankfully Kamari beach’s black pebbles are only hot as a result of the sun and not due to any current volcanic activity.

You’ll find the ruins of a city that dates back almost 3,000 years within a stone’s throw of contemporary Kamari. The town’s promenade is now home to an eclectic selection of modern shops, restaurants and bars.