A card from Catalonia in Spain, with terraces of volcanic origin in Sant Pau, a village located in the center of the Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park.
Foto: E. Salabert
The Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park is a natural park area covering a Holocene volcanic field (also known as the Olot volcanic field) in Catalonia, northeastern Spain. The volcanos, of which there are about forty within the park, are no longer active, with the last eruption (Croscat) occurring about 11,000 years ago. However, the region is still seismically active. - in: wikipedia