St Vincent and the Grenadines is an island nation of 32 small islands, 9 of which are inhabited, situated between St Lucia and Grenada forming part of the dramatic volcanic, mountainous and lush Windward Islands. These islands, cays and lagoons have enchanted sailors for centuries with their natural beauty, pristine waters and prevailing trade winds. In the middle of this stretch of islands on the eastern side are the Tobago Cays; a marine park of 5 tiny islands, lagoons and coral reefs that holds a great diversity of marine life, including local green turtles. The whole region is famed for its outstanding sailing and diving.
The capital, Kingstown, at the southern end of the island of St Vincent is a lively, bustling small town with a population of 25,000. Known locally as the “city of arches” it is a mosaic of arches, cobbled streets, stone houses and magnificent churches blending in with the more modern functional architecture of more recent times.
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