The island at the front of these 3 islands is in fact a volcano, and is the 2nd largest in the world, most of it being below sea level. Tourists can visit the volcano by taking one of the daily cruises advertised in any village. One can walk upon the solid black lava sides of the steaming volcano, and once on its shore, after a walk of 20 minutes in the “lunar” scenery, visitors will discover the volcano’s crater and other openings bursting with sulphur steam. The area also offers an incredible view of the beautiful villages hanging on the cliffs.
Landscape and travel
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