All of us dream about paradisiac destinations. And of all the islands in the world, which are the most beautiful?
Sand and shimmering turquoise waters make all these beautiful islands seam the most paradisiac destinations on earth. Some of these places still have vast areas that are practically deserted while others are full with the life of residents and year-round tourists. All are beautiful in their own way…
These luxury destinations has been for years in a row as the dreaming spots for ones and as holidays trends for others.
Warm weather, safe beaches and gentle seas make Mauritius a great place for a family or romantic holidays. There are a lot of deserted beaches around the island, and large lagoons lined with fine white sand seeming just like paradise.
Mauritius is a country of poets, writers and artists, inspired not only by the stunning natural landscape, but also by its multicultural identity.
The Seychelles has been for a longtime one of the favorites destinations in the world, with its lovable archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean.
A trip to the Seychelles promises breathtaking natural beauty in pristine surrounds still untouched by man, considered by UNESCO as World Heritage Sites.
The Caribbean has been one of the most elite places on earth, with its most expensive island – St Barth’s – short for Saint-Barthélemy. The Islands live up to its reputation as a place where the rich and famous gather to drink champagne.
But its uncrowded white-sand beaches and distinctly Gallic air ensure it’s a favourite with lesser mortals as well.
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The Greek Islands
The Greek Islands are extremely popular among both Greek and foreign visitors thanks to their wonderful climate, hospitality and short distances between ports and stunning villages such as Santorini, pictured.
Some of the oldest European civilizations developed on the Greek islands and unique archeological sites abound.
The Maldives has been seen as one of the most romantic places in the world to go on holiday. It’s crystal clear waters still stuns its visitors. But white sand beaches are impossibly not to delight too.