Visit a volcanic island in Greece
Santorini is part of the Cyclades, a group of islands in the Aegean Sea. Formed after a volcanic eruption, this Greek island still showcases many remnants of its fiery origin. Climb the unusual volcanic landscape and you’ll be rewarded with an unforgettable view of the Santorini caldera, a crater filled with sea water. From here, you clearly see how five other islands surround the caldera. For fans of the underwater world, the crystal-clear waters of the crater are perfect for diving and snorkelling. Keep an eye out for lobsters, barracudas and octopuses. With a bit of luck you may also spot turtles and dolphins. A truly amazing experience! Restore your energy after your underwater endeavours at the nearby Red Beach lava beach, or on the black volcanic sand of Kamari Beach. Kamari also has many charming bars and restaurants, so you have plenty of reasons to stick around until evening.