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Experience the vibrant vibe of Santorini in the Philippines with these Santorini-Inspired resorts. Featured photo via\Photocreo Bednarek

Ah, Santorini! This idyllic Greek island is famous for its picturesque views, beaches, and iconic white buildings with blue roofs. Its sunsets are nothing short of magical, and tourists flock to it every year to bask in its historic, windswept beauty.

But with ever-changing travel restrictions and budget limits, some people may hesitate to book a flight to this Aegean wonder. So if you’re yearning for Santorini’s charms, worry not! These beautiful Santorini-inspired resorts are right here in the Philippines!

Thunderbird Resorts and Casinos Poro Point

Before other Santorini-inspired spots popped up, this gorgeous La Union resort was already dubbed the Santorini of Asia! Mediterranean-inspired interiors, a private infinity pool, and rejuvenating treatments at Zaphira Spa await the weary traveler here. All the rooms have a private balcony with a view of the sea, and Olives Restaurant serves delicious Mediterranean cuisine. You’ll definitely feel like you were transported to the Aegean Sea here! Check rates and reviews

Photo via Thunderbird Resorts and Casinos Poro Point FB Page

Asylo Private Resort

“Asylo” means “sanctuary” in Greek, and this private gem hidden in Laguna will feel just like one when you bring family and friends to its tranquil beauty! The resort has four airconditioned rooms and can accommodate up to 25 guests – perfect for a reunion or big get-together. Take a dip in its pristine 100 m private pool, or entertain guests with karaoke and billiards. Whether you’re looking for a quiet getaway or a summer party vibe, Asylo is a great choice.

Photo via Asylo Private Resort FB Page

The Palladium Hotel

Refresh your tired soul at this boutique getaway found in the heart of Coron, Palawan. The Palladium Hotel has a gorgeous outdoor swimming pool, 40 comfy rooms with queen-sized beds, and a lovely terrace and garden. Surrounded by the Santorini hallmarks of whitewashed walls and blue roofs, it’ll be just like taking a trip to Greece!Check rates and reviews

Photo: The Palladium Hotel FB Page

Bonus: it’s near many well-known spots for snorkeling, hiking, and mountain biking – ask the staff if you’re interested in a particular activity!

Camp Netanya Resort & Spa (Batangas)

This casual, Greek-themed resort in Anilao, Batangas, is just a 10-minute walk away from Aiyanar Beach. It boasts an infinity pool, complimentary loaner kayaks, and air-conditioned rooms with WiFi and flat-screen TVs. We highly suggest that you get a villa with a furnished veranda – it’ll make the morning view so much better!Check rates and reviews

Photo: Camp Netanya Resort & Spa FB Page

Camp Netanya is known for many on-site activities. If you’re into mountain trekking, sailing, snorkeling, and other water sports, this is the Santorini-esque spot to be.

Vitalis Villas

With cobblestone paths and the iconic white-and-blue buildings, Vigan’s Vitalis Villas will transport you to Santorini without booking plane tickets! It has multiple swimming pools with incredible views of the sea, and spacious suites with complimentary WiFi where you can chill after a long day of exploring Vigan’s historic beauty. Try different water sports here, or enjoy a refreshing cocktail at the poolside bar!Check rates and reviews

Photo: Vitalis Villas FB Page

The Oia – Santorini of the South

Located in Calamba, Laguna, The Oia is a mere two-hour drive away from Manila and boasts an incredible chemical-free private pool sourced from mountain hot springs. The resort owners collaborated with local designers to create a Santorini-inspired look for the resorts, making their roofdeck lounge and luxe airconditioned rooms truly IG-worthy!

Photo via The Oia – Santorini of the South FB Page

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