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___ Satellite View of the City of Port Vila, Vanuatu

About Port Vila


Flag of Port VilaSatellite view is showing Port Vila, largest city and the national capital of Vanuatu, a small island nation in the South Pacific Ocean, situated east of Australia and west of Fiji. The capital is located at the south coast of the island of Efate, Vanuatu's third largest island.




Port Vila from the sky
Aerial view of central Port Vila with Iririki island and Ifira island in background.
Image: Phillip Capper
The city has a population of about 45,000 inhabitants, almost 20% of Vanuatu's population live in the Port Vila.
Official languages are Bislama, English, and French.

The town is seat of the Vanuatu Parliament and one site of the University of the South Pacific.

Port Vila is the hub of tourism in Vanuatu. About 60,000 tourists annually visit the islands by air transport and cruise ships. It is also a popular destination for the yachting community.

The Map shows a city map of Port Vila with main roads and streets, Vanuatu's Bauerfield International Airport (IATA Code: VLI) in north.

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City Coordinates: 17°45′S 168°18′E
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 Other Melanesian Island Nations and Territories:
Fiji, New Caledonia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands
 


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