Places

CountryPlace NameComment
Argentina San Antonio de Areco
Argentina Purmamarca, Cerro de Siete Colores
Argentina Serranía de Hornocal
Bolivia Salar de Uyuni world's largest salt flat
Brazil Lagoa Verde exceptionally clear waters
Brazil Fernando de Noronha UNESCO World Heritage Site
Brazil Rua Gonçalo de Carvalho, Porto Alegre
Canada Hough House, 100 Laird Avenue South, Amherstburg, Ontario
Canada Kitsault, BC mining town created in 1979 and abandoned in 1982
Canada Cheltenham Badlands, Caledon, Ontario part of the Niagara Escarpment, which was designated as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserv
Canada Maligne Lake, Jasper National Park
Canada Bluffer's Park, Scarborough, Ontario
Canada St. Lazare, Manitoba As seen on Google maps, place names, street and store signs in French.
Canada Saint-Joseph-de-la-Rive, Charlevoix, Quebec
Chile Torres del Paine National Park
Colombia Hotel de Salto Opened in 1928, this Colombian hotel catered to tourists visiting the nearby waterfall. It was closed down in the early 90s, and today stands abandoned.
Croatia Hvar City and port on the island of Hvar.
England Puzzlewood, near Coleford in the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire the inspiration for the forests of Middle-earth in The Lord of the Rings, such as the Old Forest, Mirkwood, Fangorn or Lothlórien
England Jurassic Coast UNESCO World Heritage Site
England Corfe Castle, Dorset one of the first castles built by the Normans
Ethiopia Bishoftu
France Bormes-les-Mimosas
Georgia Gagra, Abkhazia, “Russian Riviera”
Greece Kos Island
Honduras Roatán
India Havelock Island scuba diver's haven
Italy Craco A ghost town and comune in the province of Matera, in the southern Italian region of Basilicata.
Italy Militello Rosmarino, Sicily
Italy Chia, Sardinia
Malawi Lake Malawi
Maldives sea of stars, Vaadhoo Island Putting a certain type of plankton under stress results in one of the most stress-relieving sights on the planet, their resultant blue glow creating astral patterns on sea shores.
Mauritius Rodrigues and St. Brandon
Mexico Playa Chacala Nayarit Guy Mc Nicoll: une autre petite merveille à découvrir. Peu de touristes et tu peux dormir sur la playa avec ton camper.
Morocco Essaouira City in the western Moroccan region of Meṛṛakec-Asfi, on the Atlantic coast.
Norway Lofoten
Peru Huacachina A village built around a small oasis and surrounded by sand dunes in southwestern Peru. It is about five kilometers from the city of Ica.
Portugal São Miguel Island, Azores nicknamed "The Green Island"
Portugal Palácio da Pena
Portugal Castelo dos Mouros Classified as a National Monument, part of the Sintra Cultural Landscape, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Moonhole Moonhole is a private community on the island of Bequia (Bek-way) in the Grenadines. Moonhole derives its name from a massive arch formed in volcanic substrate through which the setting moon is sometimes visible.
Scotland Mellon Udrigle nice beaches
Scotland Ailsa Craig Island west of mainland Scotland made of "blue hone" microgranite which has long been quarried to make curling stones. Colloquially known as "Paddy's milestone", was a haven for Catholics during the Scottish Reformation in the 16th century.
Spain Caminito del Rey (Desfiladero del los Gaitanos gorge)
Spain Calo des Moro, Mallorca
Turkey Hasankeyf
Turkey Burj Al Babas Residential development located near the Turkish town of Mudurnu. The homes in the development are designed to resemble miniature chateaux. Construction began in 2014. The development was originally successful, but sales eventually stalled, causing the developer to enter bankruptcy.
Turkey Gobekli Tepe Dated to between c. 9500 and 8000 BCE, the site comprises a number of large circular structures supported by massive stone pillars – the world's oldest known megaliths.
United Kingdom Wallblake House, The Valley, Anguilla
United Kingdom Jost Van Dyke, British Virgin Islands The smallest of the four main islands of the British Virgin Islands.
United States The Wave, Arizona standard windows wallpaper
United States Ten Thousand Islands, Florida (South West coast)
United States Tipton Place, Cades Cove, Tennessee section of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park An isolated valley that was home to numerous settlers before the formation of the national park. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
United States Greenville, S.C. Tucked into the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
United States Taos, New Mexico This far-out mountain town is unlike any other place on earth—and that’s the appeal. Bordered on three sides by the towering red peaks of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains, Taos is one of the few places that retains its native culture, thriving art scene and connection to the great outdoors.
United States Piney Woods A forest chain from northeastern Texas to Southern Arkansas.
United States Oregon's remote high desert
United States Beach Park Hotel 600 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, FL 33139, USA
United States Bay de Noc Township, Michigan
United States Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
United States Dells of the Wisconsin River
United States Woodlawn Cemetery, The Bronx, New York
United States Carondelet, St. Louis, Missouri
United States Gerritsen Beach, Brooklyn
United States Palmyra Atoll
United States Rancho Campo de los Franceses Refers to French-Canadian fur trappers who wintered there.
United States Salton Sea, California Largest lake in California.
United States Lambertville, New Jersey
United States St. Augustine, Florida St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United States, as evidenced by its cobblestone streets, Spanish colonial architecture, and historic structures like the 17th-century Castillo de San Marcos.
United States Paia, Hawaii It's all about indulging your castaway fantasies in this small village on Maui's North Coast. Sure, the town center is sweet, even a little hip: It boasts a tattoo parlor and boutiques selling stylish, locally made beachwear. However, insiders know that Paia is all about the beach—namely, Ho’okipa Beach Park, beloved by locals for its white sand and by surfers, wind-surfers, and kite-surfers for its near-perfect breaks.
Wales Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen The Welsh language is very strong in Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen, with the highest proportion of Welsh-speakers being among the young.