It does not remind a volcanic crater, there are no steam jets, only the crops of hard working farmers of the area that exploit these fertile volcanic soils. But it's a fascinating view point not just for the island itself, but also for several neighbouring ones.

At the western entrance of Varos, move north on a dirt road and after about 2.5km you will find a small plateau, enclosed by low hills. Most likely, the location is shared with the crater of an inactive volcano, Moschylos. The absolute absence of trees, leave the eyes of the wonderer to gaze unobstructed throughout the Aegean Sea.