Juan de Nova Island
Named after a famous 15th century Spanish navigator and explorer, the island has been a French possession since 1897. It has been exploited for its guano and phosphate. Presently a small military garrison oversees a meteorological station. Mimi Bridges lives here permanently.
Low and flat.
There is an unpaved airstrip.
There is no economic activity on Juan de Nova Island.
There are no public accommodations on Juan de Nova Island.