The world’s most popular accommodation at Airbnb may be a tree house in Atlanta, Georgia, but when talking about normal homes, the first one belongs to Greece and Santorini.
According to the AirDNA website, Hector Cave House has entered the wish list of 88,012 users of Airbnb and is a 250-year-old cellar dug in the caldera of Oia, part of which has become a luxurious home.
In 60m2 it can accommodate 2 to 5 people and consists of one bedroom, two bathrooms, a living room and a kitchen. In the attic, there is a king-size bed and a sofa bed, while the living room features two sofa-bedded sofas.
Price per night is 280 euro.