You will be enchanted by these 10 small inhabited islands
The best islands? They’re always the smallest ones.
Most people think that small islands are uninhabited. Well, not all of them. Here are 10 most beautiful and smallest inhabited islands.
The Bled island, Slovenia
The island is a popular tourist destination, mainly because of the pilgrimage church dedicated to the Assumption of Mary. The church was built at the end of the 17th century.
This artificial island was created in the 18th century. It was known as the base of the first German submarine (1772).
The Visovac Island, Croatia
The island is also known as Mother of God Island. The place is famous for the Visovac monastery, established in the 14th century.
The isle of Pontikonisi, Greece
The prominent feature of the island is a Byzantine chapel. The chapel was built in the 12th century.
Lake Galvė island, Lithuania
Have you ever heard about Trakai Island Castle? It was built in the 15th century.
Island of Saint George, Montenegro
Just look at this beautiful Benedictine abbey!
Our Lady of the Rocks, Montenegro
Church of Our Lady of the Rocks was built on this artificial island in the 17th century, while the first known church was built here in 1452.
Dunbar Rock, Honduras
The Villa on Dubar Rock is one of the most popular dive resorts in Honduras.
Le Mont-Saint-Michel, France
This island is one of France's most recognizable landmarks.
Bjarnarey island, Iceland
The island has a population of 3.
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