Top 10 Volcanoes in Greece 

Volcano of Sousaki:The Sousaki volcano is dormant in northeastern Corinthia in Greece. It can be located at the northwest end of the South Aegean volcanic arc. 

Volcano of Santorini:Santorini’s caldera measures about 10 kilometers in diameter, and its circular shape is almost fully filled with water. 

Volcano of Poros:Located in the Aegean Sea, the island of Poros in Greece was once two different islands–Sphaeria and Kalaureia or ‘Caularia’. Sphaeria, situated in the southern part is of volcanic origin. 

Volcano of Nisyros:The volcano of Nisyros, together with the volcanoes of Kos is a part of the Hellenic arc. It is an active volcano and also the youngest of the large volcanic centers in Greece.

Volcano of Milos:Milos is located on the southwestern side of the Aegean Sea. The island is shaped like a horseshoe and resembles the Santorini Caldera. 

Volcano of Methana :Methana is a small volcanic region located in the Saronic Gulf, about 60 km southeast of Athens. The island has a long history of intense volcanic activity.

Volcano of Kos:The island of Kos, although predominantly non-volcanic now, has historical records of eruptions that date back to the Pleistocene era.

Volcano of Kolumbo:Submerged under the Aegean Sea in Greece, the volcano of Kolumbo is an active submarine volcano. 

Volcano of Gyali:Wedged between the islands of Kos and Nisyros, the island of Gyali is a small volcanic island spanning an area of 4.6 square kilometers. 

Volcano of Aegina:Aegina is a volcanic island that is located a few hundred kilometers to northwest of Santorini in the Saronic Gulf in Greece. It is a part of the Saronic Gulf Volcanic Group.

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