Anguilla is Colonized by British and Irish people in 1650. The islanders, believing their interests were being ignored and wishing to retain their direct links with Britain, so they seek separation from them. Eventually Anguilla became a separate British Dependent Territory in 1980.
Capital: The Valley
Anguilla is a British territory in the Caribbean. It lies in the north of the Leeward Islands.
The territory includes mainly of Anguilla itself, which covers 26 km long by 5 km with a number of much smaller islands without having any permanent population.
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It enjoys clear seas and some of the best beaches in the region. The island itself is predominantly flat and covered with low scrub. Its primary ports of entry are Clayton J Lloyd Airport and Blowing Point Ferry Terminal.
Anguilla is an internally self-governing territory which depends on the parliament democracy. The chief minister heads the government
The Anguilla Climate is perfect for planning your holiday. Anguilla features a exotic wet and dry environment. The island has a dry climate, and it is averaged by northeast trade winds. Temperatures vary little throughout the year. The daily weather ranges from about 27 Ã‚Â°C in December and 30 Ã‚Â°C in July. Rainfall is inconsistent, averaging about 900 mm per year