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Perfect trip from Kos

First you need to visit the wonderful village of Nikia, from where you can enjoy a fantastic views... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Dean P
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Ljubljana, Slovenia
Light touch tourism, a great visit

Stefanos Crater is as you’d expect, just that, a larger crater with gas vents and hot water... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
rimsey84
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Northampton, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 4 days ago

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

Thank Dean P
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

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

Thank rimsey84
Reviewed 1 week ago

I went on a day trip to Nisyros Island. The ship left Kardamena harbour at 10am & reached Nisyros Island in about one & a half hours. We were collected by bus & taken up the mountain & down to the volcanic crater. It was...More

Thank attraente
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Seeing Stefanos was a great experience overall. There are busses that you takes you everyday at 10.30 am from the main port. (Very close to mandrakia). I paid 6 euros to go and back. And I get to chance to see Emborious antique town as...More

Thank Sinan G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The volcano is active and amazingly beautiful and it will blow your mind away! We had the feeling we are entering a paradise when we were on the way, as there are fields with olive trees and free goats and cows chilling around! And when...More

Thank STEVE M
Reviewed 21 May 2018 via mobile

Visiting the volcanic crater of Nisyros is a truly unique. It is a rare opportunity to experience volcanic activity first hand. Nisyros is an active volcano although it hasn't erupted since about 1888. When you journey into the crater you are reminded you are inside...More

1  Thank smrgeog
Reviewed 17 May 2018

The awe inspiring power of nature was evident however you viewed it, from inside the crater or from above looking down from Nikia

Thank TheRabble
Reviewed 10 May 2018 via mobile

Beautiful and stunning.A lil smelly but it's worth the visit.The different types of rocks and colour and the sizes are amazing.I definatly recommend visiting

Thank Sezza_sAR
Reviewed 9 May 2018 via mobile

An absolute must see while visiting Kos. We went to Nisiros from Kardamaina, had a trip around Mandraki and then the bus took us up to the crater. It takes 5 min to get down inside it from where the bus stopped. You can smell...More

Thank Artur L
Reviewed 25 December 2017

This is an amazing sight. Traveling from the island of Kos to the island of Nisyros - one of the most vivid and memorable travel!

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