Hector Caves are located in Santorini Island - Oia Village Caldera cliff

Hector Caves are situated in a very convenient location, right on the main path of Oia traditional settlement.

Hector Caves

Within walking distance, visitors can reach all the highlights of Oia and wonder around picturesque shops, cozy restaurants and romantic caldera-view cafes. Also, the house lies a few steps from the old castle and the best viewing spot for the famous Oia sunset. Although close to local activity, the house provides peacefulness and privacy, allowing guests to relax and enjoy the marvelous view from the terrace. The house is also 2-minutes walk away from the Public Parking Area, and 5-minutes walk away from Oia Central Bus Station, providing convenient car or bus transportations to other attractions of Santorini.


The private veranda and the upper level deck offer a private space for relaxing, dinning, or even sunbathing, having as a background the most breathtaking views of Santorini: the Volcano, the rest of the caldera cliff and Thirassia Island.

Oia Village is the most famous village on Greeceā€™s most picturesque Island, Santorini!

It is well known throughout the world for its quiet life and fantastic sunset, and is certainly the most beautiful village of Santorini.

Oia Village

Oia is situated on the north of the island, 11 km away from Fira The village is situated on top of the impressive caldera cliff and offers a spectacular view over the volcano of Palia and Nea Kameni and the island of Thirassia.

It is a traditional village with charming houses in narrow streets, blue domed churches, and sun-bathed verandas. Its streets have plenty of shops, art galleries and restaurants.


The Maritime Museum which houses a small library, items from the maritime life of the area, and the vestiges of a Venetian fortress.

Ammoudi bay, which can be reached by a set of 300 steps leading down the village.

Santorini A Unique Landscape

One of the Cyclades islands in the Aegean Sea, was devastated by a volcanic eruption in the 16th century B.C.E., forever shaping its rugged landscape and villages.

Santorini Island

The whitewashed, cubist houses of its 2 principal towns, Fira and Oia, cling to cliffs above an underwater caldera (crater). They overlook the clear Aegean and beaches made up of black, red and white lava pebbles.

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