GETAWAY takes a four legged taxi through Santorini!

GETAWAY takes a four legged taxi through Santorini!

Channel 9’s Getaway returns to weeknights, join the team as they experience the most photographed island in Greece, Santorini.

Perched upon a cliff with its picturesque white painted walls and blue doors and windows, Santorini is known for its breathtaking sunsets and narrow streets. The most popular travel show on Australian television, Getaway, has had a long running relationship with Greece Med Travel and this Thursday at 7:30pm they travel with us to visit Santorini traversing the cobblestone streets on the back of donkey. 
Greece Med Travel is offering a number of Early Bird packages to Santorini. If pay before January 31, 2012 you’ll receive a 10% discount on the following hotels:

  • Andromeda Villas – Plus receive a free dinner if you stay for three or more nights. Prices start at $99 per person per night twin share.
  • Sun Rocks – Plus stay three consecutive nights and pay for two*. Prices start at $213 per person  per night twin share.
  • Canaves Oia – Plus receive a free room upgrade*. Prices start at $284 per person per night twin share.

Please note that you can also view the story on our website once it has been to air. The footage is available to view online from 11:30pm at the following address: and will be linked to its corresponding fact sheet after 12pm the following Sunday at our home address:
For these and many more Early Bird specials in Santorini and throughout Greece contact Greece Med Travel on (02) 8338 6900 and the staff will be more than happy to find the right tour for your client.

*Conditions apply please contact us for more details.
Source = Greece and Mediterranean Travel Centre
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