6 Best Island Places to Enjoy your Honeymoon

Can you imagine being able to wake up with the love of your life every day very early to see the sunrise and the roar of waves on different beaches?

It sounds like an incredible experience that only the Kardashian sisters could afford. But exactly for that is this article. We want to show you how you could enjoy your honeymoon traveling without spending a lot of money and being able to visit beaches that break common wedding itineraries like Cancun.

Now pay attention and let yourself fall in love with our proposals of island places for your honeymoon!


In contrast to the rich, haughty north, the Umbrian hillsides, the glory of Rome or the fervoured passion of the south, Sicily is one unto itself. Not yet overrun by tourists, it’s at once rugged and soft, laid-back and manic, part of Italy and yet not.

The three largest cities — Palermo, Catania and Messina — present three very different faces of the island.

#TravelerTip: set a budget that of chance to more places to visit new and not only restaurants-unless you are a couple of foodies- but if not, live the experience of continuing cooking together.



In a lot of places you can see Corsica described as a mini continent, and with good reason. Jutting sharply out of the Mediterranean as it does, you can lie on some of Europe’s most gorgeous beaches, the sparkling blue water lapping at your feet, and within half an hour be up in the sawtooth mountains, surrounded by ancient forests and discovering tiny, beautiful villages that seem to have been frozen in time.

Being outdoors is very much a reason to visit the island, what with the possibilities for hiking, climbing, diving and so forth, but it also has a number of wonderful towns and cities to visit as well.

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A Spanish island group consisting of Mallorca, Menorca, Ibiza and Formentera along with many smaller islets, all four are popular tourist destinations for different reasons. A couple of things they have in common though are the beautiful climate, a cuisine famed across Spain, and a reputation for knowing how to let their hair down.

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#TravelerTip: make reservations through platforms such as Airbnb where you can get discounts for recommendations and even for your first entry into the app. There are super nice places that you only find advertised through this app!



Home to countless myths and legends from one of the world’s greatest civilisations, Crete, and its capital Heraklion, is one of Europe’s fastest growing tourist destinations. This doesn’t mean to say that it’s overflowing, mind you; just that people are starting to realise that there’s a lot to do and see.



Work your way high up into the pine-scented Troodos mountains; explore the ancient sandstone buildings of Paphos; visit villages built around the twin industries of wine making and olive growing and sample the delights they have on offer, or lie on beaches that can be either the finest white sand, or hard, sun-blasted slabs of ancient rock.



On Gozo, Calypso’s Cave is steeped in myth, it supposedly being the place where the sea nymph Calypso imprisoned Odysseus in Homer’s Odyssey.