About Antigua and Barbuda
This Antigua and Barbuda map displays towns, populated places, roads, elevation, parishes, and administrative units. Antigua and Barbuda are located in the Caribbean Sea on the North American continent.
As the name implies, it consists of two main islands. Antigua is the main island, situated in the south, and holds the capital city of Saint John’s. Barbuda is located in the north and is known for its abundance of coral reefs and beaches.
In 1981, Antigua and Barbuda gained their independence from the British. But their official language is still English because of the British influence. While the vast majority of people live in Antigua, only 2000 people live in Barbuda. Boggy Peak (Mount Obama) is the highest point of the Shekerley Mountains on the island of Antigua.
Towns, populated places and beaches
|Old Road |
Princess Diana Beach
Barbuda Pink Sand Beach
|North Atlantic Ocean |
|Goat Point |
Parishes and administrative units
|Saint Mary |