Blagaj, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Blagaj is a small village, which is surrounded by waterfalls, and azure waters. For dervishes and Sufis, who built the village in this corner of paradise – this place was sacred.
Huacachina, Peru. This city is located in the middle of the desert, it is a kind of oasis. The road from Lima, Peru’s capital, to this beautiful place is about 5 hours. The city’s population is about 200 people. The town is an excellent destination for those who are seeking privacy.
Lake Hillier, Australia. Most pink lake in the world, Hillier, is located on Middle Island in the south-west Australia. It can be reached only by means of the aircraft. This little corner of paradise was discovered in 1802. It was assumed that the lake got its unusual color due to some algae and microorganisms, but subsequent studies have not confirmed this. To this day, no one knows why the lake has such an unusual color.
Hidden island, Marietta Islands, Mexico. Playa de Amor is the private beach with clear water and an amazing variety of birds living there. You can visit this paradise only by water. It is necessary to overcome a maze of underwater caves and you will find yourself on the beach tucked away in the depths of the island.
Gorge Silfra, Iceland. Silfra gorge is located in the National Park Tingvelir in Iceland. It is a popular place for divers and adventurers. You can lose a sense of depth, because cold water is incredibly clean. Man is able to see at a distance of 300 meters.
Isola Bella, Italy. Italian island in Lake Maggiore, no doubt can be called the most beautiful in the world. The magnificent palace Borromeo and multilevel blooming garden with grottoes, fountains and terraces occupy almost the entire area of the island. You can also see white peacocks that walk slowly around the garden.
Popeye Village, Malta. Popeye village consists of small wooden houses that were originally built for the filming of the musical Popeye in the 1980s. Now it is a resort with an amusement park, a cruise around the bay, and unique views. The interiors of some houses are still as they were during the filming.
Red soil Dongchuan, CHINA. Red soil Dongchuan is a mountain valley located to the south-west of Kunming, capital of Yunnan Province. Due to the remoteness of the country’s public infrastructure, this place is not on the tourist map of China. Valley was discovered in the mid-1990s. Wavy landscape like a patchwork quilt shimmers with brown-red shades due to the high concentration of minerals and fossils.
Flores Island, Portugal. Flores Island is located in the UNESCO World Heritage List. That is a national park with its unique flora and fauna. Flores Island is located in the most western point of the Azores, off the coast of Portugal. From Portuguese Flores Island is translated as “Cape of Flowers” because almost all of its territory is covered by a variety of colorful flowers. On the island you can see the natural hot springs, lagoons, flooding rice fields, quiet villages, lakes, volcanoes, as well as world famous caves.
Door to Hell, Turkmenistan. This horrific burning crater stretches approximately 60 meters in diameter and 20 m deep. Local residents called this place “the door to hell”. One day, geologists accidentally found a cave with huge natural gas reserves. In order to avoid the harmful effects of the gas on people and animals, they decided to burn it. According to their calculations, the fire had to go out a few days later, however, it is already burning for 45 years.
National Park Lencois Maranhenses, Brazil. The park is located on the Atlantic coast, in the north-east of Brazil. Every year during the rainy season, thousands of turquoise lagoons arise among the sand dunes. Scientists still can not understand how in such a drought, this place gets the fish and crabs annually. The best time to visit this park is from July to September. At this time, the lagoon is at its maximum potential.
Setenil de las Bodegas, Spain. The small town of Setenil de las Bodegas is the rock in the south of Spain. This town has been in existence for eight centuries, it was nicknamed “the city under the rock”. The walls and roofs of the houses are part of a huge basalt rock. They protect local residents from the scorching sun and wind.
Cave of Saint Marcel D’ardèche, France. In 1836 this place was discovered by the French hunter. Grotto de Saint-Marcel-D’ardèche is located in the Rhone in the French Alps. This is a huge network of caverns with crystal clear water and colorful rocks.
Marble Cave, Chile. On the peninsula at Lake General Carrera in Chile there is a network of caves that carefully and patiently created by water for thousands of years.
Cathedral Las Lajas, Colombia. In the gorge on the border of Colombia and Ecuador there is neo-Gothic building, whose interiors are breathtaking. The church is located on a rock and stands at a height of 45 meters above the river.