Whilst bogged down in the drudgery of work, many of us dream of lazing around on a beautiful island of white sand in a turquoise sea. Plenty of islands and archipelagos in the world will make all your dreams come true. Here is a list of the world’s most beautiful islands that everyone needs to visit.
Malta is above any competition among the islands all around the world. Anything a tourist needs he can find in here. While the hidden coves will be a paradise on the earth for everyone, the history buffs can enjoy the radiating glory it has garnered over centuries. If the history of Malta broadens the mind, the local food, which packs in an incredible mix of flavors will please all kinds of gourmands. These prehistoric and yet futuristic islands welcome crowds of tourist from everywhere, who enjoy the perfectly formed beaches, excellent places for diving and the incredible food from the sea’s bounty.
The very name of this slice of paradise conjures up images, which serve as a fuel for your wanderlust. The tropical luxury and extravagance you’ll find here are beyond anything. You’ll never run out of things to do or see in this island, loaded with historic sites. The endless stretches of powdery sand and turquoise waters are of course the main reason to come here. But the cultural diversity and the limitless activities make the island even more attractive.
The Greek Islands
The travelers who seek Mediterranean aesthetic should definitely visit at least a few Greek islands, which are famous for stunning aquamarine waters and an oh-la-la food. These islands have a fantastic geographic variation and are perfect for hikers. Anyway, beyond all is the relaxed charm of the warm and welcoming Greeks, which will make you come back here again and again. Some of the islands like Mykonos have a plenty of modern life going on with parties all night long.
We are not exaggerating in the least saying that the Maldives are the alpha and omega of must-sees with waters that kaleidoscope in all hues of blue, stunning beaches and an otherworldly environment that tempts visitors from all parts of the world, but mostly the rich ones. The unrivaled luxury of top-class villas is unfortunately not for common travelers. The amazing underwater world is perfect for diving, which is a popular activity here. Anyway, if you seek a tranquil back-to-nature experience and these islands are on your top list there are still some relative budget options, which may fit your needs.
A crown jewel of the Mediterranean culture, Sicily is famed for cobalt-blue waters and is an alluring destination for everyone who dreams of an ideal vacation at some mesmerizingly beautiful place. The island is famous for its culinary genius and resembles a layer-cake of different influences. As if this didn’t sound perfect enough the island was also a melting pot of some developed civilizations like the Byzantine and Arab ones. And now Sicily bursts with sights, which are the heritage of the above-mentioned cultures.
If you are looking for a suntan and romantic setting, the Seychelles is the right choice, especially for newlyweds. Diving and snorkeling are not the only attractions available, there is so much to do in the classy holiday-residential zones. For budget holidays, there are options offered by family-run businesses that above all have a local color. So don’t feel despair if you think you can’t afford all the beauty of a tropical paradise.
St. Barths, Caribbean
The talcum-powder beaches lapped by topaz waters have never been so tempting. Imagine, there you are with an umbrella in the peachy sand and nothing bothers you anymore, even the perspective of coming back to your office routine. All beaches here are public and free, isn’t it enough to plan a vacation right now? A long list of outdoor activities from shopping to kite surfing and diving awaits the visitors.
Taking into account the history of this island, it’s not surprising that everything about this place screams hedonism. A former Roman emperor’s private playground is now very popular with the rich and famous ones of our planet. If you haven’t won an Oscar yet it doesn’t mean that Capri isn’t for you. We suggest skipping the overpriced cafes and designer boutiques and go explore the unspoiled charm of the hidden corners.