List of Caribbean islands

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A list of islands in the Caribbean Sea, in alphabetical order by country of ownership and/or those with full independence and autonomy.

Antigua and Barbuda[edit]

Antigua and Barbuda



Bolívar Department[edit]

Córdoba Department[edit]

Magdalena Department[edit]

  • Isla de Salamanca

San Andrés and Providencia Department[edit]

Sucre Department[edit]



Dominican Republic[edit]



  • Baleine du Sud (Îles de la Petite Terre)
  • Basse-Terre
  • Grand Îlet
  • Grand Îlet (Îles des Saintes)
  • Grande-Terre
  • Îlet à Cabrit (Îles des Saintes)
  • Îlet à Caret
  • Îlet à Christophe (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet à Colas (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet à Fajou (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet à Kahouanne (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Blanc (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Boissard (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Brument (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Crabière (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet de Terre-de-Bas (Îles de la Petite Terre, la Désirade)
  • Îlet de Terre-de-Haut (Îles de la Petite Terre,la Désirade)
  • Îlet de Vieux Fort (Marie-Galante)
  • Îlet du Gosier (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Duberran (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Feuille (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Fortune (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Frégate de Haut (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Macou (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlet Mangue à Laurette (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlets de Carénage (Guadeloupe island)
  • Îlets de Pigeon (Guadeloupe island)
  • La Biche (Guadeloupe island)
  • La Coche (Îles des Saintes)
  • La Désirade
  • La Redonde (Îles des Saintes)
  • Le Pâté (Îles des Saintes)
  • Les Augustins (Îles des Saintes)
  • Marie-Galante
  • Terre-de-Bas (Îles des Saintes)
  • Terre-de-Haut (Îles des Saintes)
  • Tête à l'Anglais (Guadeloupe island)


Saint Barthélemy[edit]

  • Saint Barthélemy (also Saint Barts)
  • Île Boulanger
  • Île Chevreau
  • Île Coco
  • Île du Pain de sucre
  • Île Fourche / Île Fourchue
  • Île Frégate
  • Île Mancel
  • Île Pelé
  • Îles des Grenadins
  • Île Toc Vers
  • Roche le Boeuf
  • Roche Plate[2]

Saint Martin (France)[edit]

  • Northern part of the island of Saint Martin
  • Caye Verte
  • Crowl Rock
  • Grand Îlet
  • Petite Clef
  • Pinel
  • Rocher de l'Anse Marcel
  • Tintamarre[2]





Spanish town Manchester Mandeville Ocho Rios Montego Bay

Kingdom of the Netherlands[edit]



Caribbean Netherlands[edit]

  • Bonaire - Main island
  • Camia
  • Cow and Calf
  • Green Island
  • Guana Cay
  • Hen and Chicken
  • Isla Makuka
  • Kadoesji
  • Klein Bonaire
  • Little Island
  • Little Key
  • Mal Aborder
  • Meeuwtje
  • Mollibeday Rots
  • Pelican Island
  • Rancho
  • Saba - Main island
  • Sint Eustatius - Main island
  • Sapate Eiland
  • Willemberg

Sint Maarten[edit]


Saint Kitts and Nevis[edit]

Saint Lucia[edit]

Saint Vincent and the Grenadines[edit]

Trinidad and Tobago[edit]

United Kingdom[edit]


British Virgin Islands[edit]

Cayman Islands[edit]

  • Cayman Brac
    • Little Cayman Brac
    • First Cay
  • Grand Cayman
    • Barkers Cay
    • Booby Cay
    • Duck Pond Cay
    • Finger Cay (now absorbed into Grand Cayman)
    • Sand Cay
    • Water Cay (now absorbed into Grand Cayman)
  • Little Cayman
    • Owen Island


United States[edit]

Puerto Rico[edit]

United States Virgin Islands[edit]

Saint Thomas, Saint Croix, Saint John, and Water Island are the main four United States Virgin Islands. The capital, Charlotte Amalie, is on Saint Thomas.

Lucayan Archipelago[edit]

The following two countries of the Lucayan Archipelago are the portion of the Caribbean islands that do not border the Caribbean Sea. The Commonwealth of the Bahamas and the British Overseas Territory of the Turks and Caicos Islands are located in the North Atlantic Ocean rather than the Caribbean Sea, but they still fall in the Caribbean region.

The Bahamas[edit]

Turks and Caicos Islands[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Ecoengineering Caribbean Limited (July 31, 2007). "NORTHEAST MARINE MANAGEMENT AREA (NEMMA), ANTIGUA SITE REPORT ECO REPORT No. 10/2007" (PDF). Retrieved 16 June 2020.
  2. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2008-04-12. Retrieved 2008-01-10.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Full text of "Convention on the Conservation and Management of Pollock Resources in the Central Bering Sea (Treaty doc. 103-27) and two treaties with the United Kingdom establishing Caribbean maritime boundaries (Treaty doc. 103-23) : hearing before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, second session, September 28, 1994"". Retrieved 30 August 2017.