Koltur, in the Faroe Islands, has a permanent population of two, probably the smallest in Europe. It is one of several small islands on tourists’ bucket lists of places to see. Photo: Shutterstock Koltur, in the Faroe Islands, has a permanent population of two, probably the smallest in Europe. It is one of several small islands on tourists’ bucket lists of places to see. Photo: Shutterstock
Koltur, in the Faroe Islands, has a permanent population of two, probably the smallest in Europe. It is one of several small islands on tourists’ bucket lists of places to see. Photo: Shutterstock

Eight of Europe’s tiniest islands, inhabited by few but worth a day trip

  • The Scottish isle of Barra is known for its beaches, but only the bravest of souls venture into the frigid water without a wetsuit
  • Gavdos, in Greece, marks Europe’s southernmost point and is popular with those in search of a quieter life

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Koltur, in the Faroe Islands, has a permanent population of two, probably the smallest in Europe. It is one of several small islands on tourists’ bucket lists of places to see. Photo: Shutterstock Koltur, in the Faroe Islands, has a permanent population of two, probably the smallest in Europe. It is one of several small islands on tourists’ bucket lists of places to see. Photo: Shutterstock
Koltur, in the Faroe Islands, has a permanent population of two, probably the smallest in Europe. It is one of several small islands on tourists’ bucket lists of places to see. Photo: Shutterstock
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