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Which island has the world's blueest water?

Of course, it is located in Greece

  • March 03, 2018 21:00
  • Author Monika Dimitrova
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The answer: Lefkada (White Island). The fourth largest among the Ionian Islands is distinguished by the rest of its brothers with mountainous terrain and evergreen vegetation. Few places around the world can boast of the magical view of emerald blue waters, washed by banks of fine white sand. What attracts tourists to Lefkada is its amazing natural beauty, which is still preserved intact.

The island boasts one of the most beautiful sandy shores in the world - Porto Katsiki - the most famous beach of Lefkada. The sand is lying in the sea, enormous white rocks keep its shadow, and the color of the water that pours it is an emerald blue. The settlement Vasiliki is 30 km away and it is the biggest surfing center in Europe.

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