Unalaska is just a speck far away in the middle of strong seas on the map. Seemingly in the middle of nowhere and only accessible by plane or boat, this secluded small town of Unalaska offers many activities for nature lovers and history buffs.
You can choose to explore the many beautiful hiking trails or go whale watching, or you can visit the Museum of the Aleutians. The land has a fierce beauty, luring all levels of hikers and experienced and even hard-core gliders, kayakers, and surfers.
It seems that California has a small town for every taste: and there’s something just magical about this little town called Healdsburg. Nestled into Sonoma County’s wine country, this small settlement looks like somebody took the best version of every small town and placed it in the middle of the forest.
It’s idyllic and pristine, set amid the highly walkable tree-lined streets, you’ll find local boutiques and cafes aplenty, wine cellars, markets, old-school guest houses, and one of California’s most iconic breweries.
It's been called a real-life living museum, with history reigning supreme in this postcard-size town. It doesn't get much smaller than Mooresville, with a population of about 50. This town has white picket fences that frame tree-shaded pavements.
Visiting this town is like traveling back into a time of gracious plenty, where city noise is the rustling of oaks and congestion is the growth of moss on a clapboard cottage. As we would expect, everyone knows each other here.
Though it's right in the middle of California's Santa Ynez wine country, Solvang will make you feel as if you've been transported to a European village. Solvang is located just a short 45-minute drive from Santa Barbara, making this charming town of 5,909 a worthwhile day trip.
Once you've visited, you'll probably want to move there full-time. With so many things to see and so many restaurants to try, Solvang is one of our favorite Southern California destinations.
Bisbee is a historic mining town with a small population of 6,000 people in south-central Arizona, close to the Mexican border. Suppose you are looking for an interesting, off-beat place; this town might be the place for you as it happily embraces the arts and has a generally free-spirited atmosphere.
Bisbee may be three hours away from Phoenix, but this former copper mining town is now known for its walkability, eclectic art galleries, unique architecture, and a melting pot of residents.