6+1 Exotic Destinations

Hawaii, British virgin islands, Bermouda islands, Fiji, Bali, Mauritius island, Phi-Phi islands, Koh Samui, Maldives and Bora Bora are some famous destinations on this earth which usually are promoted as honeymoon hot spots. Beyond a doubt these heaven-like places on earth, are widespread but this planet is huge and the whole universe envies its beauty. Today, i will inscribe this writing to all the travel lovers, honeymooners or not and i will give you some notable (not that known) mythical destinations.

Enjoy and Bon voyage!

7. Amelia island, Florida – 13 Miles of Beaches

Amelia island remains one of Florida’s best-kept secrets. Settled since the Timucua Indians first arrived here a thousand years ago, no fewer than eight nations’ flags have flown over Amelia since 1562, while the island’s central town of Fernandina Beach boasts an array of lovingly preserved Southern Victorian architecture. Combine that with 13 miles of pristine beaches and countless hectares of nature reserves, along with a thoroughly contemporary approach to some classic regional cuisine, and you’ll see what sets this gracious Southern Belle apart.” Its one-of-a-kind island history, its art and culture and many of the things you can choose to do, this place will capture your soul. (read more at: http://www.ameliaisland.com/).

6.  Island of Elba, Tuscana, Italy

Elba is the biggest island of the Tuscan Archipelago and the third largest in Italy after Sardinia and Sicily. Together with eight other islands, including Giglio, Giannutri and Montecristo, it is part of the National Park of the Tuscan Archipelago, the largest marine park in Europe. The island of Elba is famous around the world for harboring French Emperor Napoleon in 1814 during his exile. But its history goes back to prehistory, with the Ilvati tribe from Liguria who named the island Ilva. It was then inhabited first by the Etruscans and later by the Romans, who really appreciated the island and its rich deposits of iron and its mud baths. It is the perfect place for outdoor sports and activities. Among the most appreciated habits are the thermal baths of San Giovanni. (read more at: http://www.discovertuscany.com/)

5.  Nantucket island Massachusetts, United States.

Nantucket, a tiny, isolated island off Cape Cod, Massachusetts, is a summer destination with dune-backed beaches. It’s marked by its unpainted cedar-shingled buildings, many surrounded by manicured privets. The wharves and cobblestoned streets of the Town of Nantucket are lined with restaurants, high-end boutiques and steepled churches. The town’s Whaling Museum recounts the island’s role as a 19th-century whaling hub. (read more at: http://www.nantucket-ma.gov/)

4. Whitsunday Islands Australia

Lying in the heart of the Great Barrier Reef, in the warm waters of Australia’s Coral Sea are 74 tropical islands. It’s a true Queensland paradise where you can expect the unexpected and feel the freedom to make it your own experience – whether it’s about relaxation and romance, or all the action of an island adventure. Be the master of your own destiny; charter a yacht and skipper yourself, or take a cruise and let someone else do the sailing for you – either way, let the grandeur of the landscape and the endless horizon dotted with islands wash over you. Closer to water level, jet ski or kayak through the tropical islands, or for a bird’s eye view, take in the panorama of the Whitsundays landscape from a seaplane or helicopter, or perhaps a skydive!(read more at: http://www.tourismwhitsundays.com.au/)

3.  Moorea Polynesian islands, southern Pacific Ocean.

Moorea is one of the most scenically striking islands in French Polynesia. Despite her immaculate beauty, she is far from unapproachable. Possessing a relaxed vibe and welcoming spirit, Moorea is just as warm and inviting as the Tahitians lucky enough to call this island home. Popular lagoon excursions include snorkeling, paddle boarding, cruising and fishing. For complete exhilaration, try parasailing or skydiving and enjoy unforgettable panoramic views of the island. The island is a true reflection of the laid back Tahitian lifestyle and the warm, welcoming character of French Polynesia and its people. (read more at: http://www.tahiti.com/island/moorea)

2. Saint Lucia Caribbean islands.

Saint Lucia is an island nation in the eastern Caribbean with 2 distinctive mountains, the Pitons, on its west coast. Appeals to all the senses with some of the most uplifting attractions in the Caribbean. From champagne sunsets, magical mountains and beautiful palm-fringed beaches to sumptuous spas, delicious dining and a world-class choice of accommodation. It’s known for its beaches and reef-diving sites, as well as its rainforested interior with waterfalls such as at Toraille. It’s home to quiet volcanic beaches and fishing villages as well as luxurious resorts, and the capital, Castries, is a regular cruise ship stop. (read more at:http://www.saintluciauk.org/)

1. Last but not least Greek islands (of course), as if you do not praise your own home, it will fall on you and squash you. 

As “the Original Greek Muse” i can’t avoid my heavenly country in this post! There are no words to describe this destination and its a pity if you still haven’t visited Greece. The reasons why visit it are obvious! Because of its great climateBecause it’s easy to get to (…and hard to forget). Because of its natural diversity. Because of its monuments and UNESCO heritage sites.  Because of some things, you can only find in Greece. Because Greece is the island empire. Because of the extraordinary taste of Greek cuisine. Because ancient history was born in Greece. Because we know how to eat, how to party, how to live our life and everyone would love to be “a lil Greek” even for a while! We always smile, we are loud, our hospitality differs and sun is shining almost all the year! (read more at : http://visitgreece.gr/).

I wish i’ll visit them all… one day.. 😉

Feny

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