The Cayman Islands are a British Overseas Territory composed by three islands, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman which lies in in the calm, turquoise...
Corsica rightly deserves its original name of ‘Kalisti’, meaning most beautiful, a name given to the island by the Ancient Greeks. It is an idyllic destination with...
Dominica is an island where you can immerse yourself in a wild mountain scenery where nature has right of way or visit a seabed formed by volcanic activity and boasting...
England is unquestionably the most influential state in the UK. Its influence began in the 15th century with the discovery of uncharted lands and the development of...
Located in northern Britain, The Brehat archipelago strives to preserve its beautiful scenery and tranquility through sustainable tourism that is effective on the long...
This beautiful archipelago is located in Coral Sea, 1800 km east of Australia, stretches from north to south on a myriad of volcanic islands as beautiful and wild....
With its untamed coastline dotted with small beaches and inlets, its salt marshes, vineyard and pine forests, Embiez Island is a true “natural museum” of biodiversity in...
Set in an emerald lagoon, the Glenan archipelago is a string of wild islands that are bordered by white sandy beaches and clear waters. Saint Nicolas, Penfret, Le...
Martinique is an island which has the chance having proper nature with a variety of amazing sea landscapes. The primeval forests on the volcano foothills and the...
Situated in the southeastern part of the Indian Ocean, at the crossroads of the East, Africa and the Western world, the island counts some 1.3 million inhabitants and...
Molene is barely visible from the coast and appears like a tiny dot at the farthest end of Brittany. Located between the point of Saint Mathieu and Ouessant, the string...
The French Pacific Ocean archipelago of New Caledonia is a picture postcard site with its dense vegetation, its celestial islands and the largest lagoon in the world....
Situated between the Sea of Tasman and the Pacific, New Zealand offers some of the world’s most spectacular scenery due to its isolation from continental land. Beyond...
Ouessant emerges from the waves rushing of the Iroise sea to over 20 km off the coast of Finistere. This land of heather and moorland is overlooked by five lighthouses....
Porquerolles is the largest of the three Golden Islands of the Gulf of Hyères. Located off the coast of the Var region, 80%, of the island was acquired by the French...
As a reflection of its sulphur springs and volcanic peaks, St Lucia is a bubbling and bewitching island.It has a wonderful diversity of natural habitats, including some...
Once completely dependent on oil, Samsø is now self-sufficient in electricity (it produces 140% of its needs) and covers 70% of its heat requirements. The Danish...
Scotland is renowned for its pristine natural beauty, its strong Celtic identity and its fantastic landscapes, which attract more than 20 million tourists every year....
St Barthelemy is a small tourism-oriented island in the Caribbean with remarkable natural scenery. Its maritime domain is preserved with the setting up of five reserves...
This is the most famous South Seas island. For over two centuries, Tahiti ignites the imagination of the entire planet. However, the most populated, the highest and...
Large coral rings barely rising above the water and spread out like bluish confetti on the ocean surface… Waters hiding a wealth of big fish and the most beautiful coral...