Best of the Mediterranean
There are 189 islands in the Mediterranean (if you exclude the tiny and the uninhabited ones). But which ones should you visit?
Corsica is often overlooked as a holiday destination, but it's actually the fourth largest island in the Mediterranean and one with real natural beauty. Corsica has some of the best sandy beaches in Europe as well beautiful old towns, hilltop villages and unusual rock formations.
Sardinia is the second largest island on the med, and is most known for its beautiful beaches with an abundance of white sand and crystal clear waters. There's plenty of places to explore from the Gulf of Orosei and the secret islands of La Maddalena. With incredibly fresh fish and friendly locals it's defintley one to add to your bucket list this summer.
The Greek Island of Folegandros offers a tranquility that you simply will not find on the Greek islands on Santorini and Mykonos. With intense seas, pristine beaches and start landscapes it's one to visit if you like the beauty of Santorini but without all the tourists!
Malta has an incredibly rich history and some of the most astounding architecture in the Med. Malta has beautiful towns, rocky lagoons and prehistoric sites doted all over the island so there is plenty to explore.
If you love peace and quiet then the Croatian island of Mljet is the place for your. One of the greenest islands in the Mediterranean the island is a protected national park. It has dense vegetation, rolling hills and lush natural beauty.