The Scilly Isles; Untouched Wonder

The Isles of Scilly are an archipelago off the Cornish coast, in southwest England. The islands are covered in heathland, and fringed by sandy beaches such as Great Bay on St. Martin’s. On Tresco, one of the 5 inhabited islands, Tresco Abbey Garden is home to subtropical plants and also the Valhalla Museum, displaying shipwrecked figureheads. The tower of 17th-century Cromwell’s Castle stands at the north of Tresco. They are known for their marvelous seafood, ancient ruins, wild landscapes and Caribbean waters. The 2,000 inhabitants enjoy the unspoiled, stuck-in-time nature of the region, and there are no beach clubs or cheesy attractions to be found anywhere. If you´re in Europe, they´re well worth sailing to. Check out the video.

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