There are many places in the world that are so far out and interesting that people are thought not to survive there.
With the traits that are only in fairy tales, the villages below are quite real and cause us surprise much.
1. Aogashima Island
The villagers on Aogashima Island are considered extremely brave when they have a life almost separated from the outside world, including 200 households living on the crater.
The village was built on a small island in Greece. The island was separated from the mainland by the earthquake in 375 BC. Until now, the people here still live in a normal way, although quite separate from modern life.
The village of Isortoq is located in a remote, secluded mountain in the east of Denmark. At present, only about 64 people live here because this place is covered with snow all year round, so meat is the main staple of people here.
Folks cannot grow any kind of plants on this freezing land. Thankfully, there was a supermarket recently available to provide the necessary supplies for people, especially vegetables and fruit.
The remote village of Gasadalur is located west of Vagar on the Faroe Islands, Denmark.
What’s special about the village is that only 16 people live here and the small stream falls directly to the Atlantic Ocean. This waterfall has become an unforgettable wonder for visitors to come here.
5. The Huacachina
The Huacachina village is located in one of the aridest places in the world.
It is interesting to note that the life here is extremely well-equipped as well as the great living space of trees, lakes, shops or even hotels.
The village has only about 96 inhabitants and this place is gradually becoming an interesting tourist destination with the most famous game is the sand slide.
The village of Bandiagara hovers above the steep cliffs of West Africa. At first glance, this village is like a wasteland, but this is the village of Bandiagara, home to the locals.
Highlighted points here are the houses, warehouses and the ancestor altars … are made of red clay.
The village of Undredal located in a small harbor in Norway was built as a fairytale village with only 100 inhabitants and 500 goats.
This is one of the very interesting destinations for tourists with popular dishes such as cheese, goat’s milk or goat’s sausage. The only way to get to the village is by boat, but recently there is a road built to attract more tourists.
Furore is a small village on the Amalfi Coast Salerno of Campania region of southwestern Italy. The village is situated on the edge of a narrow bay, with rugged rocky outcrops, picturesque pebble beaches and wonderful walking trails along the coast.
The unique feature of this community is that the village has no public square or community gathering place and the houses are now scattered. The paths and steps leading up to the village are difficult to see if viewed from the sea.
9. Sapa Vietnam
Sapa is a highland town in Sa Pa District, Lao Cai Province, Vietnam. Those who come here also enjoy and praise the beauty of magnificent terraced fields.
The terraced fields are considered as giant escalators leading up to the paradise become a tourist attraction in Sapa. At the top of the pass, you will see the whole field with golden harvest season or green young saplings.
10. Coober Pedy
Coober Pedy located in South Australia is a hidden underground community that was built to withstand high temperatures during the day.
According to the 2011 census, 1,695 people live here. They live mainly on opal mining.
The little village of Rougon lies on the hills of the Gorge de Verdon. It is home to nearly 100 people.
Situated on hills, hillsides, and stalactites, this village has a life expectancy of up to 200 years.
Monsanto is a charming village on the hillside of Portugal and is home to a stunning landscape. It is characterized by houses sandwiched between giant rocks and cobblestone streets.
The village has remained intact over the centuries and almost no change. Anyone who can sleep well every day here is indeed extremely brave and stalwart.