Saba Sights

Getting around the island means negotiating the narrow, twisting roadway that clings to the mountainside and rises from sea level to almost 2,000 feet. Although driving isn't difficult, be sure to go slowly and cautiously. If in doubt, leave the driving to a cabbie so you can enjoy the scenery.

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Cove Bay

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Near the airport on the island's northeastern side, this 20-foot-long strip of rocks and pebbles laced with gray sand is really the only...

Flat Point

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This is the only place on the island where planes can land. The runway here is one of the world's shortest, with a length of approximately...

Fort Bay

  • Marina/Pier/Dock

The end of the Road is also the jumping-off point for Saba's dive operations and the site of the St. Maarten ferry dock. The island's...

Harry L. Johnson Museum

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Small signs mark this 160-year-old former sea captain's home, surrounded by lemongrass, clover, and a playground for small children.

Hell's Gate

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The Road makes 14 hairpin turns up nearly 2,000 vertical feet to what was once called Hell's Gate, but is now known as Zion Hill. Holy...

Mt. Scenery

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Stone and concrete steps—1,064 of them—rise to a mahogany grove at the summit. En route, the steps pass giant elephant ears, ferns,...

Saba Dutch Museum

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A family's interesting and extensive collection of antiques, paintings, Dutch pottery, antiquarian books, and other interesting items...

Saba National Marine Park

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Established in 1987 to preserve and manage the island's marine resources, this marine park encircles the island, dipping down to 200...

The Bottom

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Sitting in a bowl-shape valley 820 feet above the sea, this town is the seat of government and the home of the lieutenant governor. The...


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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...


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