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Soak up the traditional charm of this attractive seaside city and visit the nearby nature reserve.
A tourist-friendly capital offering pristine beaches, many local shops and a range of historical sites.
Home to many fine beaches and popular diving sites, as well as a famous regatta with many boat races.
A stunning tropical island, home to the Caribbean's largest church, dozens of beaches and a hilltop fort.
A mostly unspoilt island chain where you can relax on scenic beaches and explore scenic landscapes.
Admire the views of the town below from Fort Charlotte then explore its stunning beaches.
A beautiful city that has garnered praise for its colorful houses.
A picturesque city with a mixture of colonial and modern buildings and a waterfront popular with tourists.
This charming seaside town boasts many historical attractions, as well as a nearby deserted island.
A quiet and peaceful getaway boasting a wealth of unspoilt natural beauty and immaculate beaches.
A cultural hotspot home to many festivals, including the pre-Lentel Carnival which attracts over 10,000.
An idyllic island rich in natural beauty and colonial heritage, with many outdoor activities taking place.
Known as 'Spice Island', St. George's is a place of rich history and culture, close to many natural wonders.
An adventurer's haven, Saint Vincent is full of beautiful sights, natural landmarks and historical sites.
This town lies on a sloping hill and has Georgian architecture, as well as an old fort.
A tourist-friendly area near a series of uninhabited islands known for their wildlife and natural beauty.
This lively and cosmopolitan city is a World Heritage Site thanks to its abundance of colonial architecture.