Easy to get to with good off road parking and clearly defined footpath. The whole walk is about 4km if you take in the walk to the bottom of the dormant volcano. We found it very educational and worthwhile, although it looks like the authorities have recently stopped people climbing to the top it didn't detract from our visit.
Take plenty of water and a hat when you go.
As the title says this is a little gem and shouldn't be missed.
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