Welcome to St Ann’s Bay

In 1509 the Spaniards built the first Spanish settlement on the island about 700m west of St Ann’s Bay, at Sevilla la Nueva. The site was abandoned within four decades and it was later developed as a sugar estate by a British planter. Other planters established sugar estates nearby, and the town grew and prospered as a bustling seaport with forts on opposite sides of the bay... Read More

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