Few words can describe the caldera view in Santorini; breathtaking, dramatic, undescriptive.
Walking down the cobblestone paths of Oia and Imerovigli you can see several hundreds of people standing, looking at the caldera, staring at the void.
The sound of silence is predominant; nothing can describe the view to the caldera better than sighs and mumblings about something uncatchable and dreamy.
The Santorini Caldera undoubtedly is one of the most important natural wonders on planet earth: the contrast of the red volcanic rock, the infinite blue of the Mediterranean, and the stark white villages of Santorini is awe- inspiring and overwhelming.
The game of the sounds and colors in Santorini when staring at the caldera is other worldly; stunning and wondrous the caldera flows at the Aegean sea reminding to us all that the meaning of life is hidden in simple images, in details awaiting to be noticed.