Punta Gorda, Belize
Punta Gorda (called P. G. by the locals) is a city in the southern part of Belize. It is the capital of the district (state) of Toledo. About 6,400 people live there. Punta Gorda has a tiny airport. Every Saturday, people come to Punta Gorda from all over Toledo District to buy and sell items in an open-air market.
Punta Gorda Town
|• Mayor of Punta Gorda||Floyd Lino|
|Elevation||sea level m (0−50ft above sea level ft)|
|Time zone||UTC-6 (Central)|
Punta Gorda is a seaport and fishing town on the Caribbean Sea. It was a small fishing village before being settled by a number of Garifuna who came from Honduras in 1823. The town is about fifteen feet above sea level.