Juan de Nova Island
|Population||a small French military garrison along with a few meteorologists; occasionally visited by scientists|
|Time zone||UTC +3|
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.
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.