11 Places To Go On Holiday This Year You've Probably Never Heard Of

Try somewhere different for your hol this year...

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Forget about sippin' overpriced cocktails on some crowded beach in Malaga or jostling along with a load of tourists in Bangkok, we've rounded up some of the most beautiful places in the world that probably aren't on your bucket list.

But they really, really should be. One of these destinations could soon become your new favourite place...

Here's 12 incredible holiday spots that we bet you've never considered before. 

1. Ladakh, India

Described as 'The Last Shangri-La' for its unique culture and sky scraping mountains, Ladakh is worlds away than anything you'll ever experience.

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2. Salta, Argentina 

This sophisticated city is known for its colonial architecture, romantic cafes, and live música folklórica of its vibrant folk music clubs.

3. Faroe Islands, Denmark

These 18 rocky, volcanic islands between Iceland and Norway in the North Atlantic Ocean, are connected by road tunnels, ferries, causeways and bridges, and will absolutely blow your mind,

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4. Rottenburg, Germany  

This idyllic town is far from 'rotten' - think glorious views of the River Necker, wooden toy-town style houses and ancient German culture at every corner.

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5. Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar

Paradise is real, and you'll find it off the far south coast of Myanmar in the Mergui Archipelago, home of hundreds of islands that have coral reefs and beaches.

6. Marshall Islands, America

If you love fresh lobster, brisk swims and a heap of natural beauty, Marshall Island is for you. Spend your time kayaking and watching eagles soar overhead.

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7. Metz, France

Metz is a city in France’s northeastern Grand Est region, with pretty green gardens and leafy promenades along the Moselle and Seille rivers. You'll be transported into a pre-war era of old-school glam...

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8. Nevis Island, Caribbean

A tiny little island loved for its sandy beaches and offshore dive sites sheltering sea turtles and stingrays, the main towns feature British Colonial buildings straight outta the 1800s.

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9. Wadi Rum, Jordan

Embrace your inner Indiana Jones and experience the most spectacular sunsets you'll ever see in this desert wilderness and sandstone caves.

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10. The Azores, Portugal

We like to call this hidden gem the other "Eden", a far-flung group of islands and mountains hidden in the water in the middle of the Atlantic. Whale watching and bathing in waterfalls are just some of what to expect here...

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11. Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia

With numerous volcanoes, geysers, hot springs, and even a lake of acid, this isn't exactly the most relaxing place you'll visit, but outdoor enthusiasts will be in their absolute element.

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Written By

Sarah Clayton-Lea

Deputy Editor at Lovin Media Group, Sarah is obsessed with food and travel.She's also never come into the office without winged eyeliner. Seriously, not even once.Email: sarahc@lovin.com. Social: @sazzyclay

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