Equatorial Guinea is a small country in West Africa, divided into two parts, the mainland and the islands. The mainland is wedged between Cameroon and Gabon. Unique among sub-Saharan countries, it was a former Spanish colony—their only other large African colony was Western Sahara. It is one of the largest oil producers in Sub-Sahara, behind Angola and Nigeria.
- 1 Malabo – the capital, on Bioko
- 1 Bata – the major city on the mainland
- Ebebiyin – a major access point in the far northeast corner
- Luba – another town on Bioko