Saddlers

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Saddlers
Saddlers is located in Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saddlers
Saddlers
Location in Saint Kitts and Nevis
Coordinates: 17°24′17″N 062°47′31″W / 17.40472°N 62.79194°W / 17.40472; -62.79194Coordinates: 17°24′17″N 062°47′31″W / 17.40472°N 62.79194°W / 17.40472; -62.79194
Country Saint Kitts and Nevis
Island Saint Kitts
Parish Saint John Capesterre

Saddlers is a town in Saint John Capesterre Parish, Saint Kitts and Nevis. It is the co-capital of the parish along with Dieppe Bay Town; originally the parish was partly ruled by France and partly by the United Kingdom. When Britain took full control of the island in 1713, both capitals remained.

A notable volcanic rock formation, Black Rocks, lies just to the southeast of the town.

Its population is estimated at 1,205.