Saba Sights


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Updated 03/10/2015

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The island's second-largest village, perched at 1,968 feet, commands magnificent views of the Caribbean. Here amid the oleander bushes are rambling lanes and narrow alleyways that wind through the hills; clusters of tiny, neat houses and shops; and the Saba Tourist Office. At the village's northern end, the Church of St. Paul's Conversion is a colonial building with a red-and-white steeple. With the exception of Sunday, expect traffic jams.

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Windwardside, n/a Saba, Saba

Updated 03/10/2015


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