Oia is probably the most beautiful village on the island. A place that has kept far from mass tourism and, even if we find restaurants, shops and night clubs, has managed to keep its charm intact. A postcard landscape with a view of the caldera that takes your breath away. Of particular interest is the Panagia church in Platsani, a reconstruction of an ancient Orthodox church that was located inside the Oia castle destroyed by an earthquake in the mid-1950s and the small beach of Ammoudi, made of stones instead of sand. The beach is particularly popular for its beautiful backdrops and crystal clear water which makes it perfect for snorkeling.