Articles in Falkland Islands (Malvinas) ( 167 )

167 Articles of interest in Falkland Islands (Malvinas)

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  • Green Patch

    Green Patch is a settlement on East Falkland, in the Falkland Islands, It is on the north east coast, on the south shore of Berkeley Sound, a few miles south east from Port Louis, on Port Louis Harbour.

  • Grantham Sound

    Grantham Sound (Spanish Bahia de Ruiz Puente) is a bay on East Falkland, Falkland Islands, which opens out into the Falkland Sound. At its landward end, it narrows and becomes Brenton Loch (sometimes included as a part of it).

  • Golding Island

    Golding Island (sometimes seen spelt as "Goulding Island") is one of the Falkland Islands, just to the north of West Falkland in Keppel Sound and near Keppel and Pebble Islands.

  • Bull Point

    Bull Point is the most southerly part of East Falkland, and of the two main islands of the Falklands. It is at the far end of Lafonia, near Eagle Passage, and forms part of the west shore of the Bay of Harbours.

  • Arch Islands

    The Arch Islands (Spanish: Islotes Franceses) are a group of small islands, off Port Albemarle on West Falkland in the Falkland Islands. They are uninhabited, and accessible only by boat.

  • Teal Inlet

    Teal Inlet (Spanish: Caleta Trullo), once named Evelyn Station, is a settlement on East Falkland, in the Falkland Islands, on the south shore of Salvador Water.

  • Moody Brook

    Moody Brook is a small watercourse that flows into Stanley Harbour on East Falkland, Falkland Islands. It is near Stanley, just to the north west, and was formerly the location of the town barracks, which were attacked in Operation Azul, the 1982 Ar…

  • Hummock Island

    Hummock Island is the largest of a group of islands in King George Bay in the Falkland Islands. It has a land area of 3.03 square kilometres (1.17 sq mi) and is about 4.0 miles (6.4 km) long in a north-west to south-east direction. Hummock Island is…

  • George Island

    George Island (Spanish: Isla Jorge) is the second largest of the Speedwell Island Group in the Falkland Islands with a land area of 24 square kilometres (9.3 sq mi). It lies south of Speedwell Island and south west of East Falkland, and is separated…

  • Cape Bougainville

    Cape Bougainville is the most northerly point on East Falkland, Falkland Islands, after Cape Dolphin, and so is the second most northerly point of the two main islands, East and West Falkland.

  • Brenton Loch

    Brenton Loch (Spanish Bahia de Ruiz Puente) is an inlet-cum-small fjord in the Falkland Islands. It is one of a handful of so-called sea lochs outside Scotland. It is sometimes known as "Brenton Sound". "Loch" is normally pronounced as "lock" in the…

  • Berkeley Sound

    Berkeley Sound (French: Baye Accaron, Spanish: Bahía de la Anunciación ) is an inlet, or fjord in the north east of East Falkland in the Falkland Islands.

  • Bay of Harbours

    The Bay of Harbours (Spanish: Bahia de los Abrigos[1]) is a bay/fjord on the south east coast of East Falkland. It is in Lafonia between Eagle Passage and the Adventure Sound, and forms the lower segment of the "E" of the peninsula.

  • Ruggles Island

    Ruggles Island (Spanish: Isla Calista) is a small island, off East Falkland in the Falkland Islands. To its east is Ruggles Bay, which forms the coast of Lafonia on East Falkland.

  • Mount Adam, Falkland Islands

    Mount Adam (Spanish: "Monte Independencia/Monte Beaufort") is a mountain on West Falkland, part of the Hill Cove Mountains range. It is the highest mountain on West Falkland and is one of the highest in the islands. It has the remains of glacial cir…

  • Yorke Bay

    Yorke Bay is a bay on East Falkland in the Falkland Islands. It is located one-half mile north of Port Stanley Airport, four miles to the northeast of the capital city of Stanley, on a peninsula connected to the mainland by the Boxer Bridge and a na…

  • Eagle Passage

    Eagle Passage is a strait in the Falkland Islands, between Lafonia in the southwest of East Falkland, and the smaller islands of Speedwell, Barren and George Island. George Island and Speedwell Island form the stretch of land to the south of the pas…

  • Warrah River

    Warrah River is one of the two largest watercourses on West Falkland. It is named after the Falkland Island Fox (Dusicyon australis, formerly Canis antarcticus) or "Warrah".

  • South Jason Island

    South Jason is one of the Jason Islands in the north west Falkland Islands. In Spanish it is considered one of "Islas las Llaves" (eastern, Seal Rocks and North Fur Island).

  • Queen Charlotte Bay

    Queen Charlotte Bay (Spanish: Bahia San Julian [1]) is a bay/fjord on the west coast of West Falkland. It is one of the two main bays on that coast, the other being King George Bay. Islands in the bay include Weddell Island, and Fox Island.

  • Mullet Creek

    Mullet Creek is a small river in East Falkland. It is not a major watercourse, but is best known for its part in the Falklands War On April 2, 1982, Argentinian marines led by Guillermo Sanchez-Sabarots, landed his squadron of special forces at Mull…