By Saudia Mohamed
Most of these islands are extremely marvelous and full of natural resources and minerals but some islands are still unexplored and are secret as many people don’t know about them.
Have you given these islands a chance?
The most famous of the Greek islands and one of the world’s most popular holiday resorts, Mykonos has been welcoming visitors for over half a century.
Con Dao in Vietnam
In Con Dao Islands, granite cliffs bordering crystal-blue water help people imagine a tropical Amalfi Coast without the crowds. For now, tourist developments on the islands are limited to a single dive shop and a handful of resorts in Con Son Township.
Scrub Island in British Virgin Islands
Scrub Island is the newest Luxury Resort built in the British Virgin Islands in the last two decades. Scrub Island also features a world-class spa, three gourmet restaurants, two white sand beaches, and a fully outfitted fitness center, market and boutique. Scrub Island, the newest luxury resort in the British Virgin Islands.
Pico in Portugal
Pico Island is an island in the Central Group of the Portuguese Azores is famous for its eponymous volcano, Ponta do Pico, which is the highest mountain in Portugal, the Azores, and the highest elevation of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.
Sandön in Sweden
The reason why Stieg Larsson chose Sandön as a setting for his Millennium thriller trilogy is that the island is covered with a forest of moss and pine trees, and a light fog shrouds the windblown beaches.
Gili Trawangan (Indonesia)
This tiny island near Lombok, the most popular among the three Gili’s, is dotted with countless waterside cafés. No motorized traffic is allowed here— the best way to get around is to rent a bicycle or walk on your own two feet. Gili Trawangan, the most popular among the three Gili’s, is one of the best secret islands around the world.