Spain and the smallest inhabited island in Europe

Spain and the smallest inhabited island in Europe

Would you live here – Smallest Island in Europe
Would you live on this Little Island In Spain all year round?
In this video, I travel with Karen’s Brother to the Smallest Island in Europe that’s Lived on all year round.

Tabarca, with the width of an athletics track and its length is less than two kilometers. In 1986 it was declared a Marine Reserve by Spain which makes it one-of-its kind in all Mediterranean waters! It’s also known as “The smallest inhabited island.” So if you’re looking for lush greenery or crystal blue waters then this place has what everyone needs – something no matter how small their request may seem can always be met here thanks to people like them who care deeply about these kinds landscape features.

The Tabarca Island in Spain is a small island with a history of its own. In 1986, the Spanish government declared it as a Marine Reserve and today, this place continues to be one-of-its kind in all Mediterranean waters! It has lush greenery that you can enjoy or crystal blue water if you prefer something more than just green plants. If you want to get away from your everyday life for awhile then come visit this beautiful island.

Tabarca is the largest inhabited island in the Valencian Community and the smallest in Spain.

To learn more about our little slice of paradise head over to https://www.tabarcainfo.com/en and watch the video showing off some of the most popular places.

During the 2020 lockdowns in Spain, NO ONE was allowed off the Little Spanish Island.

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