Anse-à-Galets (Ansagalèt in Haitian Creole) is one of two towns on the island of La Gonave in Haiti (another common being Pointe-à-Raquette), located in the Western Department. The people are called Anseois and Ansoises.
The town has a population of 56,890 inhabitants2 (census estimate of 2009), more than 70% of the island population. The town in turn is the main settlement on the island grouping half of its population, with 39,783 inhabitants according to the census.
Total population: 56,890 inhabitants
Number of people: 28,495 men
Number of women: 28,395 women
Number of households: N.A.
Population 18 years and over: 27 716 inhabitants
Total population in 1982: N.A.
Density: 152,93 inhabitants / km²
Average number of persons per household: N.A.
% Of the population aged 18 and over: 48.72%
Population changes: N.A.
The town consists of communal sections:
Petite Source (forming the town)
Also a port which drains most of the passengers to or from the rest of Haiti, Anse-à-Galets also has the only airport on the island, located approximately 1.5 km northwest of the town.