15 Smallest Islands in the World That People Actually Live On
This 4 acre island located just outside Oban Harbour in Scotland, was recently sold to a businessman who will build a holiday home there.
One of the Shetland Islands, this is probably the most remote of all Britain’s inhabited islands. Although now 30 people live on the island all year round, in the 9th century, it was settled by Norsemen.
White Head Island
Located in Canada off of New Brunswick, there are 180 people that inhabit this 3 mile long island.
This 2 mile wide island located in the Southern Pacific Ocean, has 50 inhabitants, all with the surnames of four of the famous mutineers from the Bounty.
This 8 square mile Pacific island is, apart from Monaco and the Vatican, the smallest nation in the world.