Arapiou Apartments

The Arapiou Apartments is a traditionally Greek base for a holiday. The complex is decorated with cream-coloured archways and exposed brickwork, while the odd splash of orange adds a pop of colour.

The kidney-shaped pool sits at the heart of the hotel. It’s set in flower-lined gardens and has plenty of loungers and parasols on either side. There’s also a hot tub joined to the main pool.

Just a few steps away, there’s a snack bar with tables and wicker chairs arranged under a canopy where you can order drinks and snacks. For main meals, all rooms come with kitchenettes.

Overview of Perissa

Whether you enjoy your holidays living like a local, exploring remote villages or visiting historical ruins, a holiday to Santorini is perfect. Life here is lived on a tranquil level, with holidaymakers admiring the natural beauty and visiting the island’s varied resorts.

During your stay at the Arapiou Apartments, you’ll spend your days enjoying water sports, visiting vineyards and snapping photos of the coastline. You’ll have no problem understanding why the island has been chosen as a backdrop for countless novels, films and travel posters.

Things to do in Santorini

Guests love the location of the Arapiou Apartments. The complex has tree-cloaked mountains over its shoulder and a black-sand beach just a couple of minutes’ walk away. When you stroll along the shoreline, you’ll reach plenty of sea-view tavernas in just 10 minutes.

Perissa is one of Santorini’s liveliest destinations. Although visitors love lounging on the black-sand beach, the resort is also home to wineries, local brewers and wonderful nightlife.

If you love history, you’re also close to Ancient Thera where you can see Roman baths and ancient shops. You’ll fill your camera roll in no time.

Santorini’s an island you’ll love to explore – you’ll be mesmerised by the world-class views at every turn!

Resort Summary

Perissa, on the magical island of Santorini, is a destination with activities and sights ready to entertain the whole family. For a start there’s that enviable seven-kilometre black sandy beach, wonderful for swimming and taking part in watersports. For those that wish to explore a bit more of the area surrounding Perissa there are plenty of bike and quad rentals in the village. The local scenery is stunning, though hilly, and getting around in a vehicle is a lot easier than by foot.