SEASIDEThis restaurant and beach bar on bustling Perivolos beach wouldn’t look out of place in Ibiza, with its Moët and oyster bar in the black sand. Waitresses in cut-offs deliver elaborate fruit platters and Champagne cocktails to the cabanas; in the airy restaurant, the volume is loud and the focus is on Med-Asian seafood. Address: Seaside, Perivolos, Thira 847 03, Santorini, GreeceTelephone: +30 22860 82801Website: seasidesantorini.comBOTARGOAt the pinnacle of Pyrgos, Santorini’s prettiest village, is a medieval fortress where people flock to Franco’s, a classic spot for operatic sundowners. Address: Botargo, Pyrgos, Thira 847 00, Santorini, GreeceTelephone: +30 22860 30070Website: instagram.com/botargosantoriniOVACOne of the loveliest hotels on Mykonos, Cavo Tagoo opened an offshoot on Santorini last year – a ritzy little number with 11 rooms poised on the caldera. Even a simple dish of broccolini charred on the wood-fired grill is heaven.