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Formica Leo

Formica Leo, Réunion

Volcanoes
Geological Formations

About Formica Leo

It is a small volcanic crater on the french island Réunion located at the Piton de la Fournaise volcano on Réunion Island.


Attractions near Formica Leo

Pas de Bellecombe0.34km from Formica Leo

Pas de Bellecombe-Jacob is a mountain pass and vista point overlooking Enclos Fouqué, the last caldera formed by Piton de la Fournaise, the active volcano on the eastern side of Réunion island in the Indian Ocean.

Piton de la Fournaise2.7km from Formica Leo

Piton de la Fournaise is often known locally as le Volcan ("the Volcano"); it is a major tourist attraction on Réunion island. It is one of the world's most active and productive volcanoes.

Plaine des Sables3.06km from Formica Leo

Plaine des Sables is a beautiful landscape, which was created from the eruption of Piton Chisny.

Cascade de Grand Galet11.2km from Formica Leo

Grand Galet Falls is a waterfall on the southern section of the island of Réunion. It is situated in the Réunion National Park, and its natural pool is a popular swimming and picnic place on weekends and holidays.

Réunion National Park12km from Formica Leo

It officially came into existence in 2007. The park's volcanic landscape, including the Piton de la Fournaise, an active volcano, was designated a World Heritage site in 2010, under the name "Pitons, cirques, and remparts of Reunion Island". Notable endemic species include the Réunion cuckoo shrike and the Reunion Island day gecko.

Rivière des Remparts12.4km from Formica Leo

Located in the south of the island, near the volcano Piton de la Fournaise, the Rivière des Remparts slowly makes its way through a deep caldera to the sea at Saint Joseph.

Where is Formica Leo

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Réunion30 attractions

Reunion is a French overseas island located in the midst of the Indian Ocean, 700 kilometers east of the island of Madagascar, and 200 kilometers South-West of Mauritius. The island has been inhabited since the 16th century when people from France and Madagascar settled there.