. . .is anything but tropical and comes with all things volcanic. Here’s the brief: once upon a time lava flowed into the ocean, it created an entire shoreline of perfectly polished black volcanic pebbles, lava also flowed upward and cooled at such a slow speed that it crack and contracted creating these hexagonal vertical columns, a process called columnar jointing, also creating the neighboring caves. And those giant pilars that rise from the sea? Legend says they’re petrified trolls that were caught outside at sunrise and turned to stone. There’s another one on top of the cave. Can you see it? This place is a sight for sore eyes and will keep you wondering forever.