Nisyros is situated in the heart of the Aegean Sea between Kos and Tilos and is part of the Dodecanese group of islands, int.ert.gr reports.
It is a quiet island with a vibrant, “colorful” personality, with its dark brown volcanic land, its whitewashed alleys its cobblestone squares and traditional houses adorned with wooden, flower-filled balconies.
Nisyros is known for its volcano and its impressive caldera. The island was constructed above the sea surface about 66 thousand years ago and is estimated to have risen 1000 meters over 24 thousand years ago. Greece’s only active volcano has five craters in the caldera!
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