Lewis and Harris has been named as the best island in Europe by an international travel site.
It also beat rivals in Thailand, Chile and Madagascar to be included in the top five islands in the world.
Scotland featured several times on the list with Orkney and Isle of Mull also named in the European top 10.
TripAdvisor compiled the list based on opinions of travellers who had visited the islands.
Lewis and Harris, in the Outer Hebrides, is Scotland's largest island. Lewis forms the northern part of the island, and Harris the southern part, although both are often referred to as if they are separate islands.
Scotland also dominated the top 10 UK island list with six of the top 10 islands found north of the border. Skye, Arran and Islay took fifth, sixth and eighth places respectively in the UK list of winners.
Mike Cantlay, chairman of VisitScotland said: "With hundreds of islands, each with their own unique character, diverse landscape and rich wildlife, it's no surprise that these islands have been recognised in the TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice Islands awards.
"It's always great to get this kind of recognition and I'm sure it will help encourage even more people to visit these incredible islands in 2014, the year Scotland Welcomes the World."
James Kay, TripAdvisor spokesman said: "An island holiday usually conjures images of faraway palm-lined beaches, white sand and crystal clear water but the results of this year's awards reveal that the ideal island getaway might be closer to home than you think."
Belize's Ambergris Caye was voted the number one island in the world for the second year running.
The Ambergris Caye is the largest of the Belize islands, featuring tropical rainforests and hundreds of limestone caves. It claims to have the largest coral reef system in the world.