Eparchiaki Odos Pirgou Kallistis - Profiti Ilia
SeleneAward-winning Selene has been on the top of Santorini foodie lists for 30 years. It's moved from Fira to Pyrgos, a medieval village close to some of Santorini's working vineyards and farms. The Restaurant is for fine dining, while Selene Meze & Wine is an all-day taverna (wine, olives, bread, cheese and other tasty bites). There's also a small shop and a new course of cooking classes. Like many of Santorini's best dining spots, Selene features locally sourced vegetables, meats and wines.