Trinidad and Tobago, Charlotteville

Trinidad and Tobago, Charlotteville

Charlotteville is a town located on the northeastern tip of Tobago.

The first European settlers arrived in the area in 1633.

The history of Charlotville is closely related to the cultivation of sugar cane, and the deep-water harbor also played a great role in the development of the city.

There are several small restaurants and guesthouses. Pirate Bay is a twenty minute walk from the town.

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