“Kapari” is the Greek word for caper, the flower bud that grows wild across Santorini and is an integral ingredient in local cuisine.
Located on the cliff top of the peaceful and exclusive of Imerovigli, Kapari Natural Resort is similarly homegrown: family-owned and operated, this is an authentic and idyllic sanctuary, offering its guests breathtaking, unobstructed views to the Caldera, the Volcano and the Aegean Sea with its infinite shades of blue.
Being the first Greek representative in National Geographic’s Unique Lodges of the World list, Kapari takes sustainability very seriously: it was built out of centuries-old structures using traditional materials with respect to the Santorinian traditional architecture; the owners support local food producers, embrace Greek and Cycladic cuisine, and engage native Santorinians as guides.
Moreover, Kapari uses smart technology meters in each of its guest rooms to help reduce energy use and minimize electricity consumption.
Black Platinum Gold’s Experience: SPA PREMIUM
You won’t find any sharp angle, anywhere in the resort.
Each curved, rock-carved room is sophisticated and modern yet conveys a sense of timelessness and history.
All Spa Premium Rooms feature an indoor Jacuzzi, living area and built-in furniture.
King size Duxiana beds, AMX smart home systems, large screen TVs, and a large bathroom with master crafted built-in shower, guarantee a truly relaxing experience.
Black Platinum Gold’s Experience: Signature Menu
Undoubtedly the first thing that will take your breath away is the incredible view over the volcanic caldera.
Then, of course, gastronomic pleasures will be part of an unforgettable vacation: at Kapari Wine Restaurant only the finest ingredients are used to create healthy and delicious meals.
Start your day with a gourmet breakfast and conclude it with an exquisite dinner: the goals is not only to offer a plain dining experience, but also a taste of Mediterranean Cuisine combined with authentic Santorinian flavours and recipes, accompanied by a huge variety of premium wines.
Kapari Natural Resort is located in the tranquil and charming Imerovigli village, the highest point of the caldera edge, just a 15-minute walk from the action of Fira, and surrounded by the typical whitewashed buildings on the cliffside.
There’s also a path towards the stunning and quite exclusive village of Oia (around 2,5 hours) in Santorini’s north.
Skaros Rock, one of the most impressive spots in Santorini, is right in front Kapari Natural Resort, and the hiking here will give you a totally new perspective, definitely worth the climbing.
Santorini is probably the most famous among the Greek islands, a head-turner whose face is instantly recognisable around the world: multicoloured cliffs soar out of a sea-drowned caldera, topped by drifts of whitewashed buildings.
With its reputation for dazzling panoramas, romantic sunsets and volcanic-sand beaches, it’s hardly surprising the island features on so many travellers’ bucket lists.
Part of the Cyclades group, Santorini (officially known as Thira, a name that was given by the Spartan King Thireas) sits in the Aegean Sea, roughly halfway between Athens and Crete.
The island is shaped like a wonky croissant, and the neighbouring islets hint at the fact that Santorini was once circular; it was known as Strongili (the Round One).
Thousands of years ago a colossal volcanic eruption caused the centre of Strongili to sink, leaving a caldera (or crater) with towering cliffs along the east side – now Santorini’s trademark landscape.
The main towns of Fira and Oia – a snow-drift of white Cycladic houses that line the cliff tops and spill like icy cornices down the terraced rock – will take your breath away.
And the island’s fascinating history, best revealed at the Minoan site of Akrotiri.
You’ll find so many excellent wineries and quality restaurants, multicoloured beaches, hot springs, evening cruises and more.