It was Sunday, so very quiet, and considering that the island depends on tourism it was surprising that most shops were closed - but everybody needs a day off.
We found a lovely cafe/bar next to a church and enjoyed a delicious, very reasonably priced lunch.
Terrific. Very good value, would recommend it.
Informative and highly efficient guide, full of enthusiasm and in no way pushy. We were told about the island and about its amazing geology. The day started with a camel ride, a quiet sedate ride with a lovely guide who was pleased to take pictures with customers' own cameras. On Fire Mountain, care was taken to ensure everyone had a good view of the demonstrations and there was time to take photographs and enjoy the area.
We were also taken to a wine merchant's, and, unlike in Morocco, we did not feel under pressure to buy.
Took an open-top bus and jumped off near the cathedral which had a stunning mosaic and a peaceful garden, not much time to explore but a very pleasant afternoon.
Too many people in party. Impossible to hear guide, made own way to exit.
Efficiently run, stunning views. Again, pestered to buy photographs.
We felt like cattle being herded around, and, should we go there again, will certainly travel independently.
The toboggan ride is very over-rated and we were pestered to buy photographs.
A baggage-handlers' strike meant we were nearly two hours later than planned at the port, and did not have opportunity to explore.