Some Of The Most Romantic Islands in the World for Couples
Some Of The Most Romantic Islands in the World for Couples
Are you looking for romantic islands to travel with your partner and you don’t find? Don’t worry because we searched some romantic islands of this planet that you and your partner will love.
It is good to have in your time a little break from the country where you are and to flying and cling with your partner to these golden beaches that we found:
#1 BORA BORA
Bora Bora island will make you feel love at first sight. With ocean views of turquoise waters resembling an artist’s palette of bright blues and greens, romantics from around the world appreciate Bora Bora’s, lush, tropical vegetation circling the perimeter of the island and the valleys of Mount Otemanu blossom with hibiscus.
The Bora Bora island is one of the most popular islands in The Islands of Tahiti. One of nine islands within the Society Islands, Bora Bora was formed over seven million years ago by a volcano. Like most of the islands of French Polynesia, Bora Bora is surrounded by a ring of coral reef, also known as an atoll.
This south pacific island could easily be defined as the center of the romantic universe, where luxury, beach resorts, and spas dot the island with overwater bungalows, thatched-roof villas, and a fabled ambiance. Simply put, Bora Bora is one of the most beautiful islands in the world.
There’s something about these sinking islands that gives them a romantic it’s-now-or-never vibe, perfect for couples crazy in love. On the other hand, when travelers think “Maldives,” they also think “expensive,” but that doesn’t have to be the case. The recent government-sanctioned rise of informal guesthouses with local families as the hosts has presented an alternative to ultra-expensive resorts. The Amazing Noovilu guesthouse on Mahibadhoo, for example, starts at $125 per night for accommodations and all meals, and your host, Mazin, will take you on-shore fishing and give you Maldivian language lessons for free (theamazingnoovilu.com). Resort-wise, the luxe Kurumba Maldives, located on its own private island, offers a variety of last-minute and holiday deals, plus flexible meal plans if you want to dine on-property; breakfast is always free (kurumba.com, from $260 per night).
Whale shark excursions are huge in the Maldives. Swim right next to this (harmless) biggest fish in the world with an outfitter like Blue Tribe, which also offers low-key romantic stargazing cruises complete with sparkling wine and petit fours if whale-spotting isn’t your thing (bluetribe.biz). For authentic food at a joint frequented by local fisherman, hit up the Dawn Café tea house on the heavily Muslim island of Malé for dishes like chicken briyani and curries (960/331-2286). A more romantic atmosphere can be found on Malé at Sala Thai Restaurant, which counts classic Thai dishes like masaman and panang curries and stir-fried noodle dishes among its extensive menu items (salafamilymaldives.com).
#3 CAPRI, ITALY
Italy’s island of Capri is one of the most romantic destinations in the Mediterranean, and couples from all across the globe come here to celebrate their destination wedding, exotic honeymoon, or an important anniversary. But before all that begins, how about asking for your sweetheart’s hand in marriage on this breathtaking island? Nothing is more convincing than getting down on one knee against the backdrop of the shimmering Mediterranean Sea!
If you are considering popping the question while vacationing on Capri, here are some of the most intimate and romantic spots on the island to plan your surprise: https://www.capri.com/en/e/romantic-places-to-get-engaged-on-capri-italy
#4 ST. LUCIA
To give you an idea of how verdant St. Lucia’s tropical vegetation is, in the film Superman II, Christopher Reeve flew all the way to the Caribbean island’s Diamond Falls Botanical Gardens to pick two bird of paradise flowers for Lois Lane. Frequent sun showers (the locals call them “liquid sunshine”) sparkle and descend over abundant waterfalls and crystal-clear bays, all under the watchful eyes of the island’s two iconic volcanic landforms, Petit Piton and Gros Piton.
#5 SANTORENE, GREECE
If there were ever a place that could get by on its looks, it would be Santorini. Whitewashed cave houses framed by bougainvillea and backed by blue-domed churches spill down the rim of an ancient volcanic crater; at sunset, the Sea of Crete is bathed in a rosy glow.
Yet as compelling as the scenery may be, Santorini’s true appeal lies in its wealth of diversions: extraordinary wines, black (or red or white) beaches and archaeological sites from the prehistoric era.
It is a magical island that makes falling in love oh-so-easy – not just with who you’re traveling with but also with the island itself! You just can’t not enjoy when all the images in your eyes are of staggering cliffs, whitewashed buildings, and blue-domed churches. Just let the crisp sea breeze brush through your hair while the sunshine kisses your face and the views of clear, blue waters fill your heart with a sense of tranquility.
This Spanish island located in the Mediterranean Sea offers a wallop of art and history along with its jet set-approved culture. The HM Balanguera, in the city center of Palma de Mallorca, offers contemporary design—bright-white interiors with rustic wood accents—and a chic rooftop pool with lounge chairs and private cabanas suitable for cuddling with a cocktail in hand (hmbalanguera.com, from $112 per night). For your daily dose of culture, take a tour of the Majorca Cathedral, right on the sea, built over more than 400 years and completed in 1601 (catedraldemallorca.info or spain.info, $8). Or pay a visit to famed Mallorcan artist Joan Miró’s museum and his studio—left just as it was when he died (miro.palma.cat, $8). For pure fun farther north, charter a 50-foot schooner for a three-hour sunset sail including platters of tapas and cold drinks and ample opportunity for a dip in the Bay of Pollensa (tudordawnyachtcharters.com, from about $65). If the beach is your preferred scene, Cala Major is the one closest to the city center. It’s equipped with public restrooms, showers, and chairs and umbrellas for rent.
When sightseeing has left you famished, duck into Celler Sa Premsa with your date and sample authentic Mallorcan cuisine, including tumbet(cooked potatoes, eggplant, and red peppers with tomato sauce), frito mallorquín(fried lamb liver with potatoes, peppers, and herbs), and local wines, amid warm rustic décor including vintage bullfighting posters and walls fashioned out of wine barrels (cellersapremsa.com, entrees from $11 to $17).
#7 BORACAY, PHILIPPINES
One of the most popular beach destinations in the Philippines, Boracay Island is famous for its fine white sands and lush tropic scenery. Tourists from all over the world have found solace in this tiny piece of paradise, making it a place people come back to again and again. Top 10 Things to Do in Boracay, Philippines
info from: https://www.budgettravel.com , https://edition.cnn.com/travel/article/most-romantic-islands/index.html