Beautiful small islands worldwide
Isle Royale is the largest island in Lake Superior's car-free archipelago and national park. At 46 miles (74km), it's small.
Michigan's Isle Royale
UNESCO Lord Howe Island is 6.8 miles long and 1.7 miles wide, and every inch is beautiful. The island off Australia's east coast is part of New South Wales.
Australia's Lord Howe
Baltrum is the smallest of Germany's East Frisian islands. It's only three miles (5km) long and 0.6 miles (1km) wide, and it's backed by soft dunes and marshes.
Whidbey Island is part of Washington's Puget Sound region and near Seattle. Its coastline features oyster beds clinging to rocks, driftwood-covered beaches, & alder & fir forests.
Washington's Whidbey Island
This Scottish island is known for its smoky whiskey from peaty soils. Its beauty transcends the bottle. On a sunny day,
Formentera is the smallest of Spain's Balearic Islands. It's also the most idyllic and beautiful of the archipelago, with pine forests, alabaster beaches, sand dunes.
The Cabot Trail, which skirts this Nova Scotia island, is a beautiful coastal drive. It passes pretty fishing villages, green valleys, & cliffs overlooking coves & caramel beaches.
Canada's Cape Breton