Looking for some peace and quiet? It doesn’t come much better than your own island. Take a tour of these five currently for sale on Zoopla.

Spectacle Island, Canada

1. Spectacle Island in Lunenburgunty, Nova Scotia, Canada

Price: £691,645 (US$909,090)

Nine-acre Spectacle Island sits in the tranquil waters of Canada’s Mahone bay and boasts its own woods and pebble beach. The cluster of cosy cabins at its centre were built four years ago in the style of traditional fish stores.

Available via Mayfair International Realty

Lobster Island, Bahamas

2. Lobster Island in Corrie Sound, Eleuthera, The Bahamas

Price: £4,184,455 (US$5m)

Got just over £4m? Check out Lobster Island in The Bahamas. Among its perks is a glass floor in the main ‘Sea House’ built over the ocean, a saltwater pool where you can swim with reef fish, and its own helipad.

Available via HG Christie Ltd

Isca Island, Italy

3. Isca Island off the Amalfi Coast, Campania, Italy

Price: On application

Rustic Isca Island sits just 120 metres off the Amalfi Coast. As well as the main villa, you’ll get a series of smaller buildings and an outside kitchen. Price is on application but keep some money back for the complete refurbishment required.

Available via Carratelli Real Estate ltd

Agios Thomas, Greece

4. Agios Thomas Island in Attica, Greece

Price: £13,508,716 (€15m)

Untouched Agios Thomas Island sits in the Saronic Gulf, Greece. While the £13.5m price tag might seem steep for undeveloped land, it’s not classified as agricultural so there’s plenty of development potential. What’s more it’s just 45 minutes from Athens by water taxi.

Available via Kreta Eiendom

Island in Florida

5. Island in Florida, USA

Price: £494,527 (US$650,000)

Up for a challenge? This 10-acre undeveloped – and uninhabited – island in Florida’s Sebastian River could be a prime location for a waterfront home or fishing lodge, says the selling agent. And all for under £500,000.

Available via Mayfair International Realty

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