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Anafi is the result of geological processes occurring over millions of years beneath the seabed of the Aegean. This is testified to many of the rocks of the island, aged 200 million years. The most impressive geological feature of the island is the mount Kalamo, the second largest monolith - after Gibraltar, of Europe. Its slopes are ideal for climbing. The south side is in shadow in the early afternoon while the north and east in the afternoon. Ideal season for climbing is from April to June and from September to November. Interest to climb is also mount Vigla, the highest point of Anafi with height 586 m.