Sulfur Mines

In the small Paliorema bay, you can enjoy your swim in a beach with yellowish pebbles and crystal clear waters, whereas you can experience a trip back in time thanks to the ruins of the old mines’ installations used for the mining of sulphur which were in function until 1956.

The beach is one of the island’s geologic sights and there you can observe wagons on their rails, old rusty tools and unused spare parts in the materials storehouse, as you enjoy your swim in clear waters in a  wild mysterious landscape.

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