1. St. Kilda (United Kingdom)
Situated in the Atlantic Ocean 160 kilometres from the Scottish mainland, this uninhabited island stretches on for 8.5 square kilometres. It’s also a World Heritage Site.
7. Rapa Iti (French Polynesia)
Surrounded by a ring of relatively high mountains, Rapa Iti (also known as Rapa) is in the Pacific Ocean, and has 482 inhabitant, including the members of the Tahitian Choir.
Inspired by Judith Schalansky’s Pocket Atlas of Remote Islands, which you can buy on Amazon here.