1. Lord Howe Island, Australia
The Lord Howe Island is an island belonging to Australia in the Tasman Sea. With some smaller islands, it forms the same Lord Howe Island group.
2. Opatija, Croatia
Opatija is a town and municipality in Istria, at the bottom of the Kvarner Bay, in the county of Primorje-Gorski Kotar, Croatia. In the 2001 census, the municipality had 12,719 inhabitants, 86.85% Croats and the city had only 7,850 inhabitants. The city is located 110 km from Trieste in Italy, 200 km from Zagreb and 250 km from Venice, Italy.
3. Wroclaw, Poland
Wroclaw is the fourth largest city in Poland by its population (633,000 inhabitants), the fifth of its area (293 km2), and one of the earliest founded (around the ninth – tenth century). Now the capital of the province of Lower Silesia, is served by the Nicolas Copernicus Wrocław, the fifth largest in the country in terms of passenger airport.
4. Budva, Montenegro
Budva is a town in Montenegro with about 19,000 inhabitants. The place was originally on an island that is now connected by a sandbar to the mainland. It is one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic, according to ancient mythology about 2,500 years ago by Cadmus, the son of the Phoenician king Agenor Greek-founded. The city was almost completely destroyed in 1979 by an earthquake, but faithfully reconstructed. Budva is primarily a seaside resort today.
5. Funchal, Madeira, Portugal
Funchal is the capital of Madeira, and the name of the former Portuguese district in Madeira. Funchal has 112,015 inhabitants.
6. Heimaey, Iceland
Heimaey Iceland is an island with an area of 13.4 km2, the largest of the Westman Islands and the country. It is located seven kilometers off the southern coast of Iceland. It is the only island in the Westman Islands to be inhabited with 4,045 inhabitants in 2008.
7. Sozopol, Bulgaria
Sozopol is a small town on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea coast. It lies on the south side of the Bay of Burgas on several small rocky peninsula in Burgas Province and is the center of the homonymous municipality Sozopol.
8. Frutillar, Chile
Frutillar is a city and commune of Chile located in the province of Llanquihue Lake District. It extends over 831 km ² and has a density of 18.68 inhabitants / km ² and the town has 15,525 inhabitants according to the 2002 national census.
9. Vang Vieng, Laos
Vang Vieng is a small town of the province of Vientiane in Laos. The city is surrounded by karst formation and rainforest. The population is around 25,000.
10. Sigulda, Latvia
Sigulda is a city in Latvia 53 km north-east of Riga on the east bank of the Gauja. Sigulda called because of the beautiful landscape like the Latvian Switzerland.