Lord Howe Island / Australia
The small island Lord Howe off the East coast of Australia lies in the Tasman Sea. It is of volcanic origin and therefore offers incredible natural phenomena and diverse wildlife. The port is located in the west of the island in the middle of the city and from here you can reach all beaches, either on foot or by bicycle, (there is hardly any public transportation - but they are not even necessary).
As world heritage site, the island is a paradise, and also still fairly quiet. Everything the heart of a South Sea traveler will only dream of comes true here. Besides the obligatory surfing or diving in the east, the south of the island is very charming. The contrasting landscape can be discovered by walking or riding. The town itself offers around the harbor several restaurants serving Australian cuisine and excellent Australian wines, as well as possibilities for a picnic on the beach or simply for relaxation. You can get details right in the harbor at the Visitor Information.