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Exploring Nature during Sailing Holidays in Greece

Greece has a standout among the most well known volcanic areas around the world. The most famous volcanoes in Greece are those on Santorini and Nisyros but there are few more on Milos, Kos and Methana. Past eruptions have created beautiful volcanic landscapes on these islands.

Volcano of Kos

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It is one of the oldest volcanoes in Greece. Its last eruption was 160.

Volcano of Methana

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In Methana there are 32 volcanoes. The last eruption of a Methana volcano happened in 1700.

Volcano of Milos

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Volcanic activity started in Milos 5 million years ago which created these amazing colors and landscapes in Milos. There are areas called geothermal fields which can be used to create energy.

Volcano of Nisyros

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It is the youngest volcano in Greece and still activated. The volcano is 160.

Kolumbo Volcano

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Kolumbo is an active submarine volcano located 7 km northeast Santorini island. The highest parts of the crater rim are now about 18 meters below sea level.

Nea Kameni Volcano

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The volcano of Santorini has the largest caldera in the world with a height of 300m and a diameter of 11km. Nea Kameni is the biggest tourist attraction due to its healing hot springs.

Gyali (Yalia) Volcano

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Gyali is a very small volcanic island in the Dodecanese. At the highest point of the island there is an inactive crater.

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