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The Valley — attractions and interesting facts

The Valley is the capital of Anguilla, located is on eastern part of it. You can to look around . On south (17 kilometers) is Volcano Mount Flagstaff, Otrov St. Martin (18 km), Simpson Bay Lagoon (19 km), Princess Juliana International Airport (20 km), Maho Beach (21 km).

We propose to visit the most interesting attractions:

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Volcano Mount Flagstaff Flagstaff
Otrov St. Martin Waymouth Hills Mildrum
Simpson Bay Lagoon Baie Nettle
Princess Juliana International Airport Simpson Bay
Maho Beach Maho Reef
Colombier Beach Anse des Flamands
Beach Flament Anse des Flamands
Museum of ocean shells Indzhenyu Magrasa Quartier du Roi
Gustavia Quartier du Roi
Beach Saint-Jean Saint-Jean
Shelly beach Shell Beach Gustavia
Shell Beach Gustavia
Lorient Beach Quartier de Lorient
Marigot Beach Grand Cul-de-Sac
The island of Saint Barthelemy Quartier de Lorient
Beach Grand Cul-de-Sac Grand Cul-de-Sac
Gouverneur Beach Lurin
Beach Petit Cul-de-sac Toiny
Saline Beach La Saline

Interesting facts about The Valley

The Valley is the capital of Anguilla one of its fourteen districts and the main "town" on the island it had a population of 1 067 Зміст1 History1 1 Historical landmarks2 Geography2 1 Location2 2 Climate3 Demography4 Transport5 Notable residents6 See also7 References8...  More
About The Valley by Wikipedia
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The Valley is the capital of Anguilla, one of its fourteen districts, and the main "town" on the island. , it had a population of 1,067.Зміст1 History1.1 Historical landmarks2 Geography2.1 Location2.2 Climate3 Demography4 Transport5 Notable residents6 See also7 References8 External linksHistoryHistorical landmarksThe Valley has few examples of colonial architecture due to the relocation of Anguilla's administration to St. Kitts in 1825, though Wallblake House, built in 1787, still stands and is used as a rectory by the adjacent church. New shops have opened in new buildings and renovated West Indian-style cottages. Old shops have been modernized and have enlarged their stocks as well as their space.The ruins of the Old Court House are located on Crocus Hill, the island's highest point. All that remains are the broken walls of a few basement jail cells. At Cross Roads at the western edge of The Valley is Wallblake House, a plantation home built around 1787 that is now owned by the Catholic Church (the parish priest lives there) and St. Gerard's Catholic Church, with its highly original facade of pebbles, stones, cement, wood and tile.The Valley Anguilla 1.jpgMethodist Church The Valley, Anguilla.jpgMethodist ChurchGeographyLocationThe town is located in the middle of the island, in front of Crocus Bay and nearby Crocus Hill, the island's highest point. Nearest villages are North Side, The Quarter, North Hill and George Hill.ClimateThe Valley has a tropical wet and dry climate (Aw) under the Köppen climate classification.Climate Summary for The Valley, Anguilla The area has a short dry season that covers the months of February and April, and a wet season that covers the remainder of the year. However the wet season, though lengthy, does not quite see the heavy precipitation that is commonplace in other Caribbean cities such as Santo Domingo and San Juan. Average temperatures in The Valley are relatively constant throughout the year, ranging from 26-29 degrees Celsius.DemographyTransportThe Valley is served by Anguilla Wallblake Airport (IATA: AXA, ICAO: TQPF) with someinternational flights.Notable residentsCardigan Connor - Former Hampshire County Cricket Club fast bowler.See alsoRonald Webster ParkReferencesExternal links Map of The Valley


  • Population : 1,169
  • Elevation : 7

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