Updated July 26, 2023

Miracles of nature

By High Level Communication
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Let's discover fabulous places where Mother Nature has done a masterful job... and appreciate them for what they are before they disappear...



 

  • Located in Croatia, the island of Galesnjak has naturally been renamed "Lovers' Island". With a surface area of 0.132km², it's sure to attract tourists. However, they have to make do with the pleasures of the eyes, as it is totally closed to the public, with no water, electricity or even a single inhabitant!
  • This small island nestles in the Italian Mediterranean waters not far from Capri. Nature and time have done their work well, as the force of waves, wind and erosion has shaped it into an almost perfect dolphin shape! The site belongs to an Italian luxury hotel group that has spent 28 million euros to turn it into a star-studded resort, complete with swimming pools, helicopter pad, yacht mooring dock...
  • In Australia, in the fishing village of Bermagui, stands this magnificent natural rock structure. Over the years, having withstood the forces of wind and tide, the rock has become... a horse's head! A rare and extraordinarily beautiful sight...
  • Iceland is truly a surprising country... In addition to its geysers and lush green valleys, the island is also home to an astonishing rock nicknamed Elephant Rock. The island of Heimaey, a small 13km² islet off the coast of Iceland, is attracting more and more curious visitors, eager to see this rough-skinned pachyderm more real than life!