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Average Weather

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January, February, March
57°F – 61°F
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April, May, June
61°F – 75°F
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July, August, September
79°F – 75°F
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October, November, December
55°F – 77°F

July is the hottest month in Santorini with an average temperature of 79°F (26°C) and the coldest is January at54°F (12°C) with the most daily sunshine hours at 14 in July. The wettest month is December with an average of 74.5mm of rainThe best month to swim in the sea is in August when the average sea temperature is 77°F(25°C).

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Public Holidays

Date Name Type
Jan 1 Wednesday New Year’s Day De facto holiday
Jan 6 Monday Epiphany De facto holiday
Jan 30 Thursday The Three Holy Hierarchs Observance
Feb 14 Friday Valentine’s Day Observance
Mar 2 Monday Clean Monday De facto holiday
Mar 20 Friday March Equinox Season
Mar 25 Wednesday 25th of March (national holiday) National holiday
Mar 25 Wednesday Annunciation of the Lord National holiday
Apr 17 Friday Orthodox Good Friday De facto holiday
Apr 19 Sunday Orthodox Easter Sunday Observance
Apr 20 Monday Orthodox Easter Monday National holiday
May 1 Friday Labor Day / May Day De facto holiday
Jun 7 Sunday Orthodox Holy Spirit Sunday Observance
Jun 8 Monday Orthodox Holy Spirit Monday De facto holiday
Jun 21 Sunday June Solstice Season
Jul 24 Friday The Restoration of Democracy Observance
Aug 15 Saturday Dormition of the Holy Virgin National holiday
Sep 22 Tuesday September Equinox Season
Oct 28 Wednesday The Ochi day De facto holiday
Nov 17 Tuesday Polytechneio Observance
Nov 21 Saturday Armed Forces Day Observance
Dec 21 Monday December Solstice Season
Dec 25 Friday Christmas Day National holiday
Dec 26 Saturday Synaxis of the Mother of God De facto holiday

Frequently Asked Questions

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Do I need a visa?

Greece is visa-free for citizens traveling for up to 90 days from the EU and most countries in the Americas. Travelers from the US and Canada need only a passport valid for three months beyond the end of your anticipated trip.

What currency should I use

The national currency is the Euro and you’ll find currency exchange facilities in most cities and on most of the islands.

What plugs do I need?

In Greece electricity is supplied at 220 volts. Most hotels should offer voltage converters for travelers who come from outside of Europe.

Mobile phones

You can use all GSM mobile phones (system used in Europe and a few other countries), but US cell phones generally do not work in Greece.

What time zone is Greece in

Greek time is two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time, an hour ahead of Central European Time and seven hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time.

What should I pack

Please limit your baggage to one piece of luggage per person plus one carry-on. With frequent security changes, we recommend that you check with your air carrier as well as the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for current restrictions.

Since you will be visiting ancient areas and engaging in a moderate level of activity, attire for your adventure should be casual and comfortable, and you should bring at least one additional change of clothes per day. However, you may wish to don business casual attire for dinner. The following is a list of clothing and other items you may want to bring:

Clothing
•     T-shirts (short and long-sleeved)
•     Collared shirts or polo shirts
•     Jeans, long pants, capris or khakis
•     Casual dress/skirt
•     Shorts
•     Lightweight rain jacket
•     Hat, visor or sunhat
•     Swimsuits
•     Sturdy-soled, closed-toed walking shoes
•     Waterproof, sport-style sandals with backstrap

Miscellaneous
•     Passport
•     Medication
•     Camera/video camera
•     Sunglasses
•     Sunscreen
•     Small travel umbrella
•     Electrical adapters/chargers
•     Insect repellant
•     Cell phone charger

Hairdryers are available at all hotels. However, irons and ironing boards are not available.