Next on our list is Saint Helena, a tropical island of volcanic origin, located in the South Atlantic Ocean.
It was named after Saint Helena of Constantinopole and measures about 16 by 8 kilometers. In 1502, the island was uninhabited when discovered by the Portuguese.
Between 1791 and 1833, it became the site of experiments in conservation and reforestation.
Today, Saint Helena is one of the most remote communities, with a population of 4.255.