All About Santorini

Find all the practical information regarding your stay in Marillia Village Apartments & Suites and your holidays in Santorini! For more details do not hesitate to contact the people of Marillia Village at the beach of Perivolos in Santorini!

Water

The water of Santorini it is not potable and can only be used for bathing, washing and brushing your teeth.

Electricity

The electricity supply in Greece is 220-250 volt.

First Aid

Santorini’s Hospital is located at Fira (+30 2286360300). The closest First Aid Center is at the village of Emporeio, 2 km. from the Marillia Village.

Pharmacies & Private Doctors

The closest pharmacy and doctors to Marillia Village is found at the village of Emporeio, 2 km. away.

Public transportation

The closest bus stop to Marillia Village is just opposite the main entrance! Busses run frequently especially in summer months and will take you in approximately 20 minutes to the capital of Santorini. For itineraries visit www.ktel-santorini.gr.

Taxi

You can contact the reception of Marillia Village for a taxi. The average cost for a Perivolos to Fira route is 20 euro.

Shops

Most of the shops are at the capital of the island, although you will find lots of grocery and souvenir shops at the Perivolos to Perissa coastline. Shops remain open all day long from May to October.

Currency

The currency of Greece is Euro and the credit and debit cards are accepted in almost all shops and restaurant across the island. You can find ATM at the beach of Perivolos, Perissa and the village of Emporio.  

Banks

Banks in Santorini are open from 08:00 – 14:30 from Monday to Thursday and 08:00 – 14:00 on Friday. You will find bank stores in Fira and the nearby roads.

Transfer/ Rent a car

For transfers and advice on how to rent a car, a motorbike or an ATV just address to the reception of Marilia Village.