Located in the southeastern part of the active South Aegean Volcanic Arc, Nisyros Geopark displays exceptional geoheritage sites and diverse ecological and cultural landscapes. Outstanding volcanic landscapes, enjoyable trails, traditional villages and cultural monuments provide an impressive experience to the visitors of Nisyros Geopark. Preservation of both geological and cultural heritage, popularisation of earth sciences and encouragement of local sustainable development, are some of the main goals of Nisyros Geopark.

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Explore the hidden treasures of Nisyros Geopark through a memorable georoute network

  • G1 | Circumnavigation: 27.50 Km
  • G2 | Evaggelistria – Emborios: 6.43 Km
  • G3 | Caldera – Lakki: 6.05 Km
  • G4 | Diavatis – Nyphios: 4.60 Km
  • G5 | Argos – St. Irini: 9.74 Km
  • G6 | Hohlaki – Kanoni: 3.21 Km
  • G7 | Nikia – Fylakio: 9.30 Km
  • G8 | Nikia – Avlaki: 8.90 Km
  • G9 | Mandraki – Kateros: 5.34 Km
  • G10 | Pali – Lies: 6.27 Km

Nisyros Volcano App

The active volcanic field of Nisyros island features a scenic volcanic environment that hosts diverse, outstanding geological formations which have been created after intense explosive activity, including large hydrothermal craters and lava domes.

The Nisyros Volcano App is a digital guide that offers users the opportunity to explore the unique volcanic field of Lakki through up-to-date material. This modernly designed applicaon focuses on the Caldera-Lakki route, showcasing the three Points of Interest along the volcanic paths of the hydrothermal field. Users can navigate the exquisite volcanic landscape virtually, through the app’s rich material that also includes high quality photos, 360° panoramas, videos and digital maps. Thus, it can be used as a useful, virtual pocket guide that will immerse anyone into the secrets of the youngest stratovolcano in the Aegean Sea.

Discover the exceptional geoheritage of this natural volcanic laboratory

This user-friendly mobile application improves the services of the Nisyros aspiring UNESCO Global Geopark, the core of which is the active hydrothermal field of Lakki.