Isle of Pines

There are no words to describe the sheer beauty of this place. This island probably has the clearest water I’ve ever seen with the most beautiful landscape.

Captain Cook discovered the Isle of Pines and rightly called it so due to the abundance of pine trees on the island. The Isle of Pines is a frequent stop for most P&O Cruises. You can enjoy the island on foot in your own time or you can make the most of the tours offered around the island.

The local residents presented us with these gorgeous handmade head garlands upon arrival which conveniently made for the perfect prop for our photo shoot!

I’ll let the pictures do the rest of the talking. There was just too much to see for our one day on the island. I would love to make it back there one day and stay at the secluded resort; Le Meridien Ile des Pins.

Wearing: MLM Villian Mini One Shoulder Dress

Photography: Giacomo de Martin et Moi x

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