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A unique chance to walk inside the active crater and watch steam (sometimes bubbling mud) come up from the magma/water chamber underneath. The colours and rock formations inside the caldera are stunning and must be seen.
The entrance fee is €3 and there are info...More
Nisyros is one of several Greek islands that are volcanic. This visit into the crater of an active volcano is a rare experience and should not be missed in any visit to the island. The hydrogen sulphide smell is oppressive at times.
We took a coach trip here.
There's a small shop and toilets and a place to sit in the shade.
For a few euros you get to walk down to the crater itself which is well worth it.
It's not for anyone unsteady on their...More
Took a day trip from Kos island. Bus ride up and back down. There's a small shop that sells drinks and snacks. Toilets and wash basins are available. Walk down into the crater takes maybe 5 minutes. The path is very uneven and steep in...More
Booked this as a day trip from Kos Town through a shipping agents office. It transpired that it was booked through Harriet travel. We got collected 100m from our hotel, transfer by coach to the port of Kardamena, ferried across and bus up to the...More
When you step back you appreciate the scale of this. Look at an aerial photo to really see that the whole island is volcanic. The crater is impressive but beware it can get hot. The ropes are not very secure or not in place. Keep...More
First you need to visit the wonderful village of Nikia, from where you can enjoy a fantastic views of the entire crater of the dormant volcano. In the next phase, you go down to the crater itself, where the smell of sulfur greets you. Routes...More
Stefanos Crater is as you’d expect, just that, a larger crater with gas vents and hot water pockets. It is worth a visit to admire the incredible ferocity Mother Nature can produce, there are some interesting articles mounted at the visitors booth explaining how volcanoes...More