Umi Hotaru (Japan)
Spiral Island (Mexico)
This island is now being promoted as a tourist attraction and has been designated a "Pueblo Magico" by the federal government. It is accessible by boat from La Batanza, which is the docking area located some 40 kilometers from Santiago, Ixcuintla.
The World Islands (UAE)
The luxurious "Royal Island Beach Club" was the FIRST island on the spectacular "The World" project to open its shores to the public on Island recently, offering travelers and visitors an unimaginable and unforgettable experience that is not to be missed, being among the first to offer a most remarkable view of the skyline of the new and modern Dubai from the World Islands.
Khazar Islands (Azerbaijan)
Avesta, the company responsible for the islands' development, is constructing the city to house 1 million residents, contain 150 schools, 50 hospitals and daycare centers, numerous parks, shopping malls, cultural centers, university campuses, a Formula 1 quality racetrack, and the Azerbaijan Tower (expected to be the tallest in the world). The $2 billion tower is to be the centerpiece of the Khazar Islands, a $100 billion city.
No Man's Land Fort (Britain)
Orsos Island (a $6 Million Island)
The price tag for all of this is certainly more than you'd expect to pay for a mainland mansion but, at $6.5 million, it falls well below the average cost of the gigayachts and Caribbean islands currently favored by the fabulously wealthy.
Real Madrid Island (UAE)
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