The first of the Spanish Colonies, the Spanish Caribbean consists of the Spanish Provinces of the Caribbean and Panama (until Panama gains independence)
Pioneer of the Colonies
The Spanish Caribbean was officially established in 1511, as a name for all colonies control by the West Indies Trade Company. However, the Monarchy extended this dominion to the royal colony of Cuba. Florida and Panama were also added to the Spanish Caribbean, although they left after financial and territorial disputes after the WITC fell.