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Visiting Perissa Black Sand Beach Santorini

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Perissa Beach is a beautiful beach situated in village Perissa, Santorini, Greece. Although the most parts of the island of Santorini are occupied by the rim of a volcano, beach views are still not an unusual thing. In fact, Santorini’s beaches are the most exceptional of all beaches of the country. Perissa Beach is the perfect example of this. The unique, black sand of this stunning beach makes it clear that it has been affected by the volcano. There are many attractions worth spending your time on in and around the beach. Just grab your beach suits, rent a sun chair, and lounge in the tepid sand to enjoy the scenic beauty all around.

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Enjoy Adventure, Lounging, and More at Perissa Beach

Enjoy Adventure, Lounging, and More at Perissa Beach

Adventure and Relaxation

Adventure and Relaxation

After arriving at the beach, grab a sunbed and an umbrella on rent. If you want to lie down on the sand, don’t sit directly. Instead, use a blanket or towel as the black sand soaks up the heat very quickly. Umbrella is necessary because of the fast-whirling wind, not because of the sun..



Lounging is a must-to-do activity while being at Santorini’s Perissa Beach. Once you’ve taken in the sun completely, take time to have a nightlife experience on the island. Enjoy the most spectacular scenes of the sunset, something the island of Santorini is most famous for. Complete the experience by having a delectable, traditional dinner at a nearby restaurant or tavern.



The nearby resorts provide the best views of the beach all day and night long. It’s suggested to book a room at a resort or hotel situated near Perissa Beach instead of staying at places like Oia or Fira. In this way, you can take in the stunning scenery of the beach all the time. You can also choose a nearby villa if you want and if you’re willing to spend some good amount. Just select a nice stay according to your likes and get the stunning views of the beach and surrounding natural beauty peeping through your window or balcony.

Perissa Black Sand Beach Santorini Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

No tickets are needed to explore Perissa Beach in Santorini. Tickets to all nearby attractions where entry is charged can be bought from their respective entrance or online at affordable price.

How To Get Around?

You can walk around to explore the sublime beauty of Perissa Beach and all major attractions nearby that are at comfortable walking distance from each other.

What Should I Wear?

Perissa Black Sand Beach Santorini Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Perissa Beach in Santorini is from April to November when the weather is moderately warm, comfortable, and there is occasion showers. For hot weather, sunbathing, nightlife, and swimming, prefer visiting in June, July, August, or September.



Will I Need a Guide?

How To Get There?

Overseas visitors can take a flight to Athens and then a connecting flight to Santorini, or take a taxi, metro, or bus from Athens to the port of Piraeus and board a ferry to Santorini. For locals from nearby regions, ferries or buses are the most appropriate options.

Additional Info

Ensure you wear comfortable footwear, avoid high heels, to prevent getting hurt on the rough and uneven terrain. Carry enough water and sunscreen during summers while going for a beach adventure.

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