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The island of Gyali lies to the south of the popular Kos, and two nautical miles to the north of Nisyros. Its shape is reminiscent of an hourglass lying on its side; the two sides are joined in the middle by a narrow causeway, flanked by a charming beach. The island has volcanic origins, much like many of its neighbours in the Dodecanese. Gyali is often referred to as the “island made from pumice,” as the material is mined here.