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Near the village Furnas there is a small valley of geysers that come out from the earth. We were there in the early evening so there were not many tourists. The place is free of charge and had free parking lots. Nice to visit and...More
A ten to twenty minute walk around the centre of Furnas allows you to experience the boiling and bubbling volcanic activity from the hot rocks that sit beneath the caldera. Sulphur rich fumes and iron rich deposits are visible as the boiling water finds its...More
Nice is a nice little place to visit and experience the vulcanic activity. There are some nice views to the lake and there are several restaurants who are cooking food in the earth heated by the springs - though strangely enough, you can’t actually buy...More
On the edge of Furnas the Caldeiras are a good stop off before visiting the thermal pools. There’s a car park, gift shop and bathrooms on site. The smell of sulphur and steam can give you a headache but it’s an interesting place to visit.
This place was one of the highlights on my recent tour to Sao Miguel. It is so beautiful yet so interesting at the same time. I loved the whole cooking in the ground thing and the lake was stunning. I wish I’d had more time...More
We hadn't even realised this was a place to stop until we were leaving Furnas and saw the steam rising just off the road. We turned around for a quick visit and easily spent a good 45 minutes wandering around and taking pictures. A very...More
Our tour with Pure Azores took us here to look at the geothermal activity on the island. The moment you step out of your car, you can smell the sulfur! If you hover your hand over certain areas, you can even feel the heat from...More