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    icon avatar for Αnastasia KΑnastasia K

      Received from airport after I sent them feedback

      Regretfully, water in Santorini is not potable but if this changes in the future we’ll further evaluate it in order to accommodate passengers’ needs in the most convenient way.

      However, please note that you may find water bottles at the price of 0.60 cents as indicated at the Food & Beverage stores’ pricelists.

      Fraport Greece

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      icon avatar for Airport SuppliedAirport Supplied

        We have been informed by the company running the airport that at present there are no bottle filling stations available.

        Rodothea K
        Fraport Greece

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          €1 for 800mL bottle of water (νερά κριτής / nera kritis brand) at Il Maestro pizza cafe (airside, opposite Gate 3)

          Rip-off

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          icon avatar for Jonathan ProudJonathan Proud

            No drinking water fountains in the new departures building. Only warm water is available in the toilets, so you have no option but to buy water in plastic bottles, at ridiculous prices.
            #plasticfree

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            icon avatar for Jonathan ProudJonathan Proud

              They charge 5.50 euros for a litre of water in Santorini airport. That’s crazy. Outside the airport you get 2 litres for 1 euro but you can’t take it through security. It’s time this farce was stopped. All airports should provide free drinking water.

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              icon avatar for Mark KMark K

                6.20€ for a litre of water this year. Criminal.

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                icon avatar for Malia BMalia B

                  I could only find name brand water past the security checkpoint, over 5euros for 1/2 liter of still water!  I looked at several stores, couldn’t find the cheap water in stock.  Price gouging at its finest
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                    Lots of 500ml 60 cents water after security today
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