There are more than 1,100 such muddy volcanoes in the world and just a few of them in Europe. However, the majority of the ones in Europe are underneath the sea – in the North Sea,
What and where is the Fungo or The Mushroom Rock? The “Fungo” (also known the ”mushroom rock”) is located off the coast of Lacco Ameno, the smallest town on the Italian island of Ischia, resembling a
Cascate del Serio (in English - Serio Falls) is the tallest waterfall in Italy, and one of the major ones in Europe. These amazing falls are formed by the Serio River, at a short distance
Lago di Vagli (Lake of Vagli) was created in 1953 after the construction of a dam. The dyke was built in six years, it is 92 meters high and can contain 36 million cubic meters of
Flooded by the waters of Lago di Resia (also known as Reschensee), situated in Italy, the Campanile di Curon is a vestige of the old town of Curon Venosta. Also, the town of Curon Venosta,
Lake Carezza (Lago Di Carezza) in Val d'Ega valley (South Tyrol - Italy) is known for its wonderful colors and therefore is also known as "Lec de Ergobando" (The Rainbow Lake). This lake is located
Neptune's Grotto is an impressive deep marine cave situated on the northwestern side of the promontory of Capo Caccia, Sardinia, Italy. This amazing cave takes its name from the Roman god of the sea, Neptune,
One of the many perks to being a resident of Colorado is that no matter where you’re living throughout the state, you’re almost always just a short drive away from a gorgeous lake. Whether your
Skógafoss waterfall (with translates as the Forest fall) is a popular visitor destination on the South coast of Iceland, which constantly produces a spray that usually creates a single or double rainbow on sunny days.
Plitvice is an ensemble of 16 natural and amazing lakes. The national park was founded in 1949 and is situated in the mountainous karst area of central Croatia, at the border to Herzegovina and Bosnia.