Bartolomé Island is an volcanic uninhabited island in the Galapagos archipelago of Ecuador.
This island offers some of the most beautiful landscapes of the archipelago. The island is an extinct volcano and has a variety of red, orange, green, black soils and brilliant volcanic formations.
Special attractions are the beaches, the Pinnacle Rock, which is often seen in photos of the Galápagos, as well as Galápagos penguins and fish stocks.
Access : Coordinates: 0° 17′ 05″ S, 90° 32′ 59″ O /
- The name of the island comes from the name of Charles Darwin’s friend Bartholomew James Sulivan, who was the captain of the Beagle.
- Top sights in Bartolomé , Galápagos Islands : The main attraction of Bartolome is the Pinnacle Rock, one of the most picturesque and perfect for taking a photo.
- The volcanic landscapes : The landscapes considered one of the most beautiful of all the Galapagos islands. / At the northern tip of Bartolome there are beaches where tourists have the opportunity to swim and snorkeling.
Go next : Santiago Island , a volcanic island in the Galápagos archipelago named in honor of the Apostle James the Elder.