Ferry Terminal Port
Looking up from the ferry port.
Fira on the distant cliffs
From the ferry terminal about to board our boat to sail for the day.
Homes on the top
Above the ferry terminal.
Parked for the day, guess it was free parking there, no port or anything. This is the 'active' caldron of the ancient volcano on the right.
The Seajet Parked
It was still there when we came back by 5 hours later.
Guardian of the small port
Amazing rock/cliff as we entered into a nearby small inlet area to anchor and swim for a bit, beside the active caldera.
The small home of a Greek man, has lived there for 20 years.
Chapel by the hot springs
The yellowish, brown colored water coming out from the rocks is a hot stream, from the underlying volcanic activity.
Just tie it up.
Inlet by the Caldera
Home of some Greek guy and the small chapel by the hot springs. We stopped and jumped off to swim a bit.
From an arial view you can see that this is part of the old crater rim of the volcano that sank.
Sailing around the point of the main island.
Amazing rock formations and cliffs on the back side of the main island.
Over 600 year old lighthouse on the point. Built by the French.
Lots of layers, and colors, that make up the island.
Home Sweet Home
to someone. Gotta love isolation and quiet.
Castle on a Hill
No fence either. Get google maps and check these out with 3D, very interesting places.
No beach access
unless you get too close to the edge.
Another view of the lighthouse from the other side.
Sail Along the Bottom
of that giant cliff with the castle on the top.
Crazy White Rock
Tried to find the name, couldn't. Quite spectacular though.
Amazing different shades and colors all right together.