Massachusetts Has Two Of the Nation’s Most Beautiful Islands
Many people find themselves drawn to the allure of beautiful islands. These slices of paradise, graced with beaches, vibrant landscapes, and blue waters, extend an irresistible invitation to those seeking a blissful escape. Each island has a unique charm and appeal, promising many experiences as diverse as the travelers they attract.
Recently, a travel website called Touropia ranked the most beautiful islands in the United States, providing a glimpse into the nation’s diverse collection of landscapes and coastal treasures. From the sun-kissed beaches of Hawaii’s Maui to the untamed shores of Maine’s Mount Desert Island, the U.S. holds what some may say are the most beautiful islands.
Touropia features a variety of stunning attractions from around the globe, sorted into different “best of” lists. In a recent compilation, they have curated a selection of the 23 most beautiful islands in the U.S. This selection was made by gathering data from consumer reviews and opinions to ensure a well-rounded ranking of islands.
Massachusetts steals the show with its beautiful islands
The list includes two Massachusetts islands, with Nantucket earning a place in the top three. The travel website highlighted Nantucket’s historic homes, scenic views, and seafood restaurants.
Martha’s Vineyard found itself at the fourteenth spot on the list. Their website said that its cozy village feel scored it a spot on the rankings.
Who ranked number one?
Leading their rankings is Kauai, one of Hawaii’s most ancient and fourth-largest island. It is often referred to as the “Garden Island.” The list also includes other secluded spots, such as the San Juan Islands in Washington, which snagged the 9th position. Kodiak Island in Alaska found its place at the 16th spot. While Galveston Island in Texas was recognized at number 22. Rounding out the list at number 23 is Assateague Island, between Virginia and Maryland.
Check out their complete list of the most beautiful islands in the U.S. here.