Scilly consists of 55 islands if defined as "land surrounded by water at high-tide and supporting land plants" but only 5 of them are inhabited by people:
There are reasons why a republican wouldn't want to go visit this outpost of Empire because almost the entire freehold is owned by Charles Windsor as part of his fiefdom the Duchy of Cornwall. This entity has been parlayed into a multimillion £$ business worth £750million and generating profits of about $20million/year. You can buy a laborer's cottage in fashionable Tetbury, Gloucs, from Himself if you have £250,000 available. If you're my age, and grew up in Britain, you might also have Scilly-baggage from the fact that pipe-smoking Prime Minister Harold Wilson used to go on holiday to the Scilly Isles. His adventures there in the 1960s helped bring Scilly into view as a potential holiday destination for thousands of citizens of his socialist paradise.