"Camelot Villa is acclaimed as one of Montserrat's most lovely and lavish villa. It is a unique property with breathtaking sceneries and is located on a high cliff overlooking Woodlands Beach."
The Montserrat Government honored Camelot by the Sea by selecting the villa to be featured on a postage stamp by releasing this statement:
The island of Montserrat is a British overseas territory located in the Leeward Islands, part of the chain of islands called the Lesser Antilles in the West Indies, located approximately 480 km (300 miles) east-southeast of Puerto Rico and 48 km (30 miles) southwest of Antigua.
Montserrat being a relatively isolated island for most of it's history is home to some exceptionally rare plant and animal species, which makes it an outdoor lover's dream. From world class hiking trails to exploring the secluded black sandy beaches Montserrat has it all. Kayaking, snorkeling, bird watching, turtle watching, fishing, yachting, boat tours, diving, volcano adventures, restaurants and shopping can all be part of the experience, or you can choose to just relax and take in the breathtaking panoramic vistas from the luxurious Camelot by the Sea and quietly watch the sun set behind the ocean while enjoying a nice dinner with a bottle of wine. That is the magic of Montserrat; it is what you want it to be.
For more information about how to get here and what to do once you get here click on the Visit Montserrat or Wikitravel logo below:
Winter and summer temperatures average between 24 and 32 Celsius (76 to 88 F) with constant breezes from the sea and mountains. Light casual clothing, but bring along some long pants and sturdy shoes if you intend to hike. A sweater is also needed for the winter seasons. The annual rainfall is about 1,250-2,000 mm or 50-80 inches, well distributed throughout the year, with a wetter season from July to November.
-taken from visitmontserrat.com
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