St Agnes Island (Aganas) is the southernmost populated isle of the Isles of Scilly. Island's Troy Town Farm is the southernmost settlement in the UK and England. St Agnes Island joins Gugh island by a tombolo, which is a kind of sandbar, named the Gugh Bar, exposed only at low tide. Gugh is inhabited, with just 3 residents. The two isles of Gugh and St Agnes together feature a population of 85 residents (2011) and a landmass of 148 ha (366 acres). Without Gugh included, St Agnes Island is smaller than Bryher in either area or population.
In earlier times lots of men from St Agnes Island earned a living as pilots. They guided transatlantic liners and other ships through the English Channel. Today the mainstay of economy is tourism, together with bulb farming. Accommodation is limited - St Agnes is the only populated isle in the Isles of Scilly that has no hotel. However, it features a few self-catering cottages and B&Bs, a small post office and general store, a campsite, an ice cream shop, and a gift shop. It also has a pub called Turk's Head and a cafe, though these are closed in winter months.
Highlights: Smaller Scilly Isle, St Mary's, Abbey Gardens, Hugh Town
St Agnes Island cruise terminal
Cruise ships to St Agnes Island (aka Aganas) dock (anchor) at Troy Town Farm - port town on the western coast.
The St Agnes Island cruise port map is interactive. It shows the port's exact location, along with the real-time cruise ship traffic (if any) in its vicinity - today, and right now. By zooming-out you can see other cruise ship ports located near St Agnes Island, Scilly Isles, Wales.
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