In the Libyan Sea south of , a remote island marks the southernmost point of Europe:

It is with its endless beaches formed of Sahara sand, its surprisingly green forest, and crowds of free campers who spend each summer on its northern coast.

There are also a handful of on the island, who have adopted the relaxed lifestyle of its residents – or was it the other way around?

(photos: @kernpanik | license: CC BY-NC-SA)

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