(pop: 65,000) with about 108 square miles, is the
largest of the Leewards, and also the most popular and the
most developed. The island is low-lying and composed of
volcanic rock, coral and limestone. Boggy Peak, its
highest elevation, rises 1,330 feet (399 meters). There is
nothing spectacular about its landscape, although its
rolling hills and flowering trees are picturesque, but its
coastline, curving into coves and graceful harbors, with
365 soft white sand beaches fringed with palm trees, is
among the most attractive in the West Indies.
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