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Santorini Nightlife Entertainment in Santorini Beach Bars, Music Clubs, Cafe's, Disco Pubs, Restaurants in Santorini Greece



If you are fond of dancing and loud music, we suggest spending your nights in Fira and Kamari, where the main concentration of Santorini nightlife venues is located. Clubs and bars of all types, ranging from mainstream pop to rock music are available. Several of the Santorini nightlife venues invite host DJs from around the world to play the latest hits. Relaxing jazz and classical music cafes can be found not only in Fira and Kamari, but also in Oia, with a spectacular view of the Santorini Caldera. Indeed, Santorini is a favourite holiday spot for jazz lovers and the jazz bars are considered a unique part of Santorini nightlife.

One of the most famous features of Santorini nightlife and entertainment is its delicious cuisine. Visitors can choose from a wide selection of traditional tavernas and gourmet restaurants located throughout the island. While in Santorini Greece, be sure to try the scrumptious local dishes, such as tomato balls, squash balls, fried white eggplants, sun-dried cherry tomatoes, fava (lentil dip) and a plethora of fresh seafood dishes. Any meal becomes even more delicious when accompanied by a bottle of famous Santorini wine, which has a unique bouquet due to the volcanic properties of the soil on the island of Santorini Greece.

To truly experience Santorini Greece, we recommend attending the various cultural events that take place on the island. For a taste of contemporary Santorini nightlife, go to the Santorini Jazz Festival,  which takes place every year in July, or to the annual Santorini International Music Festival late August - early September in Fira. If traditional Santorini entertainment is more to your liking, we suggest attending the traditional festivals such as the "Ifaisteia" Cultural Festival in Fira or the Episkopi Festival in Mesa Gonia on August 15, where you are served fava (a Santorini lentil dip delicacy).