Saba, known as "the Unspoiled Queen" due to the protection of its unique ecosystem, is a 13-km² volcanic island in the Leeward Islands. Since it is not a reef island, it does not have the sandy beaches most notable in the Caribbean, but rather mostly cliff faces and rocky shore.
Photo: Niptium, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Notable Places in the Area

Juancho E. Yrausquin Airport is an airport on the island of Saba. Photo: Lagopus, CC BY-SA 3.0.

Scenic viewpoint
is a potentially active volcano in the . Photo: Richie Diesterheft, CC BY-SA 2.0.

Photo: Wikimedia, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is a medical school located on Saba, a special municipality of the in the . Photo: Simonwwong, Public domain.

Localities in the Area

is the capital and largest town of the island of Saba, the , and is the first stop on the way from Saba's Port in towards the rest of the island. Photo: Simonwwong, Public domain.

, also known by its former name Hell's Gate, is a town on the Dutch Caribbean island of Saba. Photo: Niptium, CC BY-SA 3.0.

is the second largest town on the island of Saba, aptly named for being on the windward side of the island. Photo: Radioflux, CC BY-SA 3.0.


17.6317° or 17° 37' 54.1" north
-63.2378° or 63° 14' 16" west
United Nations Location Code
558 metres (1831 feet)
Open­Street­Map ID
node 2832371635
Geo­Names ID
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Also Known As

  • Afrikaans: Saba
  • Arabic: Saba
  • Arabic: سابا
  • Aragonese: Isla de Saba
  • Aragonese: Saba
  • Armenian: Սաբա կղզի
  • Asturian: Islla de Saba
  • Asturian: Saba
  • Azerbaijani: Saba
  • Bashkir: Саба
  • Basque: Saba
  • Bavarian: Saba
  • Belarusian: Востраў Саба
  • Belarusian: Саба
  • Bengali: সাবা
  • Bosnian: Saba
  • Breton: Saba
  • Bulgarian: Саба
  • Catalan: Illa de Saba
  • Catalan: Saba
  • Cebuano: Saba Island
  • Chinese: Saba
  • Chinese: 沙巴
  • Chinese: 萨巴
  • Chinese: 萨巴岛
  • Chinese: 薩巴
  • Chinese: 薩巴島
  • Croatian: Saba
  • Czech: Saba
  • Danish: Saba
  • Dutch: BQ2
  • Dutch: Saba
  • Esperanto: Saba
  • Esperanto: Sabo
  • Estonian: Saba saar
  • Faroese: Saba
  • Finnish: Saba
  • French: Saba
  • French: TNCS
  • Gagauz: Saba
  • Galician: Saba
  • Georgian: საბა
  • German: Isla de San Cristobal
  • German: Isla de San Cristóbal
  • German: Saba
  • Greek: Σάμπα
  • Guianese Creole French: Saba
  • Hakka Chinese: Saba
  • Hausa: Saba
  • Hebrew: סאבא
  • Hebrew: סייבא
  • Hindi: साबा
  • Hungarian: Saba
  • Indonesian: Saba
  • Irish: Saba
  • Italian: Saba
  • Japanese: サバ島
  • Kazakh: Саба
  • Korean: 사바섬
  • Latin: Saba (insula)
  • Latin: Saba
  • Latvian: Saba
  • Limburgan: Saba
  • Lingua Franca Nova: Saba
  • Lithuanian: Saba
  • Lombard: Saba
  • Luxembourgish: Saba
  • Macedonian: Саба
  • Min Dong Chinese: Saba
  • Min Nan Chinese: Saba
  • Northern Frisian: Saaba
  • Norwegian: Saba
  • Norwegian Bokmål: Saba
  • Occitan (post 1500): Saba
  • Panjabi: ਸਾਬਾ
  • Papiamento: Saba
  • Persian: سابا
  • Persian: سیبا
  • Piemontese: Saba
  • Polish: Saba
  • Portuguese: Ilha de Saba
  • Portuguese: Saba
  • Romanian: Saba
  • Russian: Саба
  • Scots: Saba
  • Serbian: Саба
  • Serbo-Croatian: Saba
  • Spanish: Isla de Saba
  • Spanish: Saba
  • Sundanese: Saba
  • Swahili: Saba
  • Swedish: Saba
  • Swiss German: D Saba Insle
  • Tagalog: Saba
  • Tamil: சேபா
  • Thai: ซาบา
  • Tosk Albanian: Saba
  • Turkish: Saba
  • Ukrainian: Саба
  • Urdu: Saba
  • Urdu: سابا
  • Urdu: صبا
  • Vietnamese: Saba
  • Vlaams: Saba
  • Waray (Philippines): Saba
  • Western Frisian: Saba
  • Western Panjabi: سائبا
  • Western Panjabi: سابا
  • Wu Chinese: 萨巴
  • Yue Chinese: 薩巴島

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