14 Touristic Islands Whose Nature Hasn’t Been Destroyed by People

14 islands in this list hasn’t been completely occupied by people, but they can still be suitable for tourists. If you have the opportunity to visit one of these islands, please act responsibly for these places not to lose their naturality.

1. Flores Island, Portugal

Population: 3900

If an island is named after its floral richness, it is obviously a place to visit. What makes Flores Island special is its volcanic structure, its isolation in the middle of the Atlantic, and its local cuisine of wonders. After saying that volcanic salt is a great food for cows, we must mention, there are so many flowers on the island that you won’t believe your eyes!

Flores Island