Leleuvia

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Leleuvia (pronounced [leleuˈβia]) is a coral cay in Fiji's Lomaiviti archipelago. The 68,000 square metres (731,946 sq ft) islet is the site of the Leleuvia Island Resort, previously operated by the Chinese-Fijian businessman Emosi Yee Shaw. Only recently in early 2006 has the Island been leased by a Company called Saluwaki Limited with the intention to refurbish the island resort. Leleuvia Island is popular among beachcombers and kite surfers. There is snorkelling directly off the beach.

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Coordinates: 18°50′S 178°07′E / 18.833°S 178.117°E / -18.833; 178.117