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If you are Feeling to Visit Someplace Exotic after the Pandemic, Here is a List of Islands that are Under the Radar for Tourists

Social distancing and being confined into our homes has left us thinking about the days when we would be able to walk on the sand and feel the sun on our bodies. Although the Capri and Santorini Islands have their attractiveness, but there are some other islands that are even more appealing islands that you should know about in case you are dreaming about visiting someplace less crowded.

Paros Island, Greece

The Paros island has all of the whiteness that comes to a person’s mind when they think about Greece, and the best thing about this island is that there are no weirdoes with selfie sticks out there. The island has a town close by which is known as Naoussa, and the town goes wild in summer with opened restaurants and small shops offering linen and other chic clothes along with leather made footwear.

Koh Yao Noi Island, Thai Land

If you want to visit this magnificent island, all you have to do is take a 20 min speedboat ride from Phuket. Although the place is quite silent at night, it makes up for its elegance while offering amazing sunsets, gorgeous beaches, and local charm. The island also contains a luxury hotel that serves one of the best cuisines in Thailand.

Elaphiti Islands, Croatia

Just across the Dubrovnik lies a bunch of small islands that are longing for your visit if you ever visit Croatia. You can take the ferry service to explore the place, but the locals recommend a catamaran if you want to really enjoy the day trip. The waters are cool, and the landscape is greener than usual, while the hotels are pure luxury.

Parrot Cay, Turks, and Caicos Islands

If other islands are overcrowded and you want to spend your time in a more calm and fresh place, consider visiting Parrot Cay. This island is what many celebrities call home. The island contains only one Resort that is why there is no need to worry about overcrowding. The people visiting the place have access to three attractive restaurants and bars, as well as non-conditional access to bikes, a spa, and yoga classes.

Malta, Gozo and Comino Islands

The island truly deserves to be called the European capital of culture. The country actually has three islands named Malta, Gozo, and Comino inhabiting millions of people. It is advised to visit Malta not for all of its historic charm but for the hidden swimming holes, magnificent beaches, and salt pans. The beaches have exotic restaurants that are even favored by Queen Elizabeth II.

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