The Smallest Islands In The World

The islands are always associated with sea, sand, clear waters and plenty of rest. Some are large and full of tourists, but others are mysterious, located in remote locations and sparsely populated.

So that you know a little more, we present to you fellow lazy penguins the smallest islands in the world (which also have fewer inhabitants smallest and surrounded by superstitions).

Don’t expect Hawaiian long beaches – you can have some majestic but “short in size” ones! “H/T”: frommers

1. Little St. Simons Island, Georgia – Size: 10,000 acres.

Little St. Simons Island

Little St. Simons Island

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2. Benguerra Island, Mozambique  – Size: 6 miles by about 3½ miles.

Benguerra Island

Benguerra Island

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3. Sea Lion Island, Falkland Islands – Size: 5 miles by 1½ miles.

Sea Lion Island

Sea Lion Island

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4. Fox Island, Alaska – Size: 3 miles by 1 mile.

Fox Island

Fox Island

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 5. Caye Caulker, Belize – Size: 5 miles by ½ mile.

Caye Caulker

Caye Caulker

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6. Madeline Island, Wisconsin – Size: 14 miles by 3 miles.

Madeline Island

Madeline Island

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7. Yap, Micronesia – Size: 13 miles by 3 miles.

Yap, Micronesia

Yap, Micronesia

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8. South Bass Island, Ohio – Size: 4 miles by 2 miles.

South Bass IslandSouth Bass Island

South Bass Island

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9. Saba, the Netherlands Antilles – Size: 5 square miles.

Saba

Saba

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10. Corvo Island, the Azores – Size: 3 miles by 2 miles.

Corvo Island, the Azores

Corvo Island, the Azores

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11. Mouse Island (Pontikonisi), Corfu, Greece – Size: 11. 2 m (6 ft 6.74 in).

Pontikonisi

Pontikonisi

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