Visiting this place is somehow looking at an alien landscape. You see yellowish vegetation at some areas where steam is coming out from underground and in these places you get a smell like rotten eggs, which is totally expected when it comes to sulfur. Overall a very nice walk and also a very interesting place to witness the volcanic activity... 更多
It is a small, but part of a set of geological sites in the mountains of terceira, this is a sulfur field that you can walk through and also see some great nature. It's free, so worth it to stop by on the way to the caves.
You'll need a car to get to this site and I do not believe most tour groups visit the sulfur site. This site offers a great look into the active sulfur fields that still exist from the volcano. You're guided through the sulfer fields with a walkway and get to see the sulfur activity throughout. You'll notice that this area... 更多
Interesting walk, not a lot of activity but you can see the steam rising and smell the sulfur. It's a pretty drive to the Furnas, we only stayed 30 minutes or so. Quick visit on a small island full of beautiful flowers.
It was very cool to see the sulfur gas. There were a couple spots on the trail that you could put your hand to and feel a little heat. The walkway is narrow with some large rocks, mud and and uneven ground so be careful if your carrying a little one like we were. Me and my husband both almost... 更多
My husband and I rented a car and drove to these Hot Springs aboveground. It was free to walk around and experience this amazing phenomenon of nature. There is a pathway around the area. The scenery on all sides is of rolling mountains and clouds and greenery. An absolutely beautiful vista. Anyone visiting this island needs to stop by to... 更多
Classified as a ‘Natural Monument’ in Terceira, a visit here provides you with a short but well constructed pathway, circling a small field of sulphur geysers. The trail has handrails all the way around with information sign boards, in both English and Portuguese, installed at various points. The geysers were of low activity during our visit with sulphur smelling steam... 更多
This is an interesting natural attraction to stop and see. It's free to enjoy and worth a visit. The trail only takes about 10 /15 minutes to walk thru and although it's a dirt path it is easy to walk. It's basically just steam venting out of the earth in natural crevasse, nothing overly exciting. But as a free attraction... 更多