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List of islands of Senegal

This is a list of islands of Senegal.

Name Alternative names Coordinates Notes
Île de Barbagueye Baba-Gueye Island, Ile de Babagueye
Betanti
Bird Island Sine-Saloum, near Mar Lodj
Îlots de Bitch
Îles aux Boeufs Sine-Saloum
Carabane Karabane Historic island in the mouth of the Casamance River
Devil's Island
Îles du Diable
Île de Diakal Île aux Caimans
Île de Diamanio
Diogue Jogue Island
Diouk
Fadiouth Part of the town of Joal-Fadiouth
Île de la Goélette Île de Tine Dine
Gorée The island of slaves opposite the port of Dakar
Guior Island
Guissanor Île de Guisanor
Île de Kousmar Île de Tine Dine
Île Lougne
Islands of the Madeleine Snake Island
Mar Lodj Mar Lothie, Mar Loytch, Mar Lyotch, Mar Lotche Sine-Saloum
Île de Marnia Île de Mar, Île de Soultouk, Île de Diatanou
Île de Mbill Bil
Morfil On the Sénégal River
Ngor Île de N'gor
Niodior Sine-Saloum (birthplace of Fatou Diome)
N'tieng Island Île de Tieng
Îles aux Oiseaux Casamance
Île Oudioubala
Île de Poutake Île de Pontake Sine-Saloum
Île de Roup
Safal
Île de Sal-Sal Île de Salsal
Sohr Sor
Yoff Yof, Teuguene Opposite the village of Yoff, near Dakar
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