Ibiza, part of the Balearic islands in the Mediterranean Sea, is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, particularly in Ibiza Town and Sant Antoni, which host popular European nightclubs during the summer.
Sardinia, a sizable Italian island in the Mediterranean Sea, features numerous nuraghi—peculiar Bronze Age stone structures shaped like beehives—scattered across its mountainous terrain.
Jersey, an island offering a wide range of accommodations and activities, boasts the charming capital, St. Peter's Port, providing access to neighboring islands like Sark and Herm in Guernsey.
Situated in the Cyclades group of the Aegean Sea, this island is famous for its lively summer party atmosphere.
The Isles of Scilly, located off the Cornish coast in Southwest England, form a group of islands adorned with sandy beaches, including the scenic Great Bay in St. Martin's, covered in heathland.
From Santorini's whitewashed, cube-shaped buildings, one can enjoy views of the sea, nearby small islands, and the black, red, and white lava pebble beaches.
The island of Hvar offers rocky coves, pine forests, and tranquil beaches, such as those in and around Drilca Bay.
The Azores, a Portuguese autonomous region in the mid-Atlantic, boast striking landscapes featuring fishing towns, grassy pastures, and picturesque hedgerows of blue hydrangeas on the islands.
Sicily, the most extensive island in the Mediterranean, lies off the southern tip of Italy's "boot." It houses Mount Etna along its eastern border, which ranks as one of Europe's highest active volcanoes.
Crete, the biggest and most densely inhabited island of Greece, holds the 88th position among the world's largest islands and stands as the fifth-largest island in the Mediterranean Sea.