Bata is the capital of the Littoral Province in Equatorial Guinea. It is also the largest city in Equatorial Guinea and home to around a quarter of the Equatoguinean population. This city is put on a narrow coastal plain, with hills and mountains to the east. The city is a favorite of the nation’s elite and it is not hard to see why, as the climate is great, the African influences are varied, and the city architects have done a great job sculpting the waterfront into a modern, enjoyable place to spend time.
Malabo, the capital city and one of the best cities in Equatorial Guinea to visit located on the northern end of Bioko island in Bioko Norte Province. Malabo looks out across the Gulf of Guinea towards the shores of Cameroon and just 40km away on the African mainland. The pulsing heart of one of the least visited states in modern Africa, this city is still one of the ten smallest capitals on the continent. This may not be the situation for long though, as it is expanding rapidly thanks to an influx of oil wealth, as well as Western and Chinese workers.
Luba having a population with 7,000, is the second-largest town in Equatorial Guinea. it also has a port for the logging industry on the island’s west coast beneath volcanic peaks. This one of the famous cities in Equatorial Guinea has attractions include several beaches and a colonial hospital. The city may be reached either by sea or by the main road linking Luba to the country’s capital, Malabo. The road is now[clarification needed] accessible; it takes about an hour to drive from Malabo to Luba. In 1999, a free port opened near the town, creating deepwater access for larger and oil industry vessels, an alternative to the congested port of Malabo for re-supplying on fuel, water, and other materials.
Cogo is one of the cities in Equatorial Guinea to visit is set on the Muni estuary in Rio Muni, Equatorial Guinea. It also lies east of Acalayong. Cogo is famous for its partly ruined Spanish Colonial architecture. It is also the southernmost city of the Littoral Province of Equatorial Guinea. This formerly known as Kogo or Koszho is located 121 km from Bata by road or 117 km when traveling through Acalayong.
Annobón is formerly known as Anno Bom and Annabona. This beautiful city in Equatorial Guinea is a province of it consisting of the island of Annobón and its associated islets in the Gulf of Guinea and the Atlantic Ocean’s Cameroon line. San Antonio de Palé is a provincial capital. It is situated on the north side of the island and the other small city is Mabana, formerly known as San Pedro.
Mongomo is one of the top cities in Equatorial Guinea in the province of Wele-Nzas. On the eastern border, it is located on mainland Equatorial Guinea, hardly 1 km west of Gabon’s Woleu-Ntem Province. The main attraction of this city is the cathedral basilica of the Immaculate Conception. It is the episcopal see of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Mongomo.