Island of Susac
Remote and with no premanent residents, Susac is an island providing an unique feeling of isolation, where the peacefulness is never interrupted. View on the open sea, spreading from the island is fascinating and comforting at the same time. The only building is a stony, two story lighthouse, built in 1878, whose temporary residents and an occasional sheppard are the only people on the island. Island is covered in maquis at its peak and northern shores, while the indigenous Brassica cazzae grows on the coastal rocks. It is also a home to many indigenous brid and animal species, and the clean, deep sea is seethrough all the way to 30m of depth.