Multiple global locations were used for filming locations during the production of the Pirates of the Caribbean films to provide the setting for the Pirates of the Caribbean world. Most locations were used to shoot principal photography with actors; more recently as digital filmmaking has become more common, some locations were shot with no actors present and digitally composited]] into the films to provide a backdrop of a story setting.
Listed below are locations used for filming of the following Pirates of the Caribbean films:
- Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest (2006)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End (2007)
- Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011)
- Tales of the Code: Wedlocked (2011)
In addition to filming locations, a list of film studios is also included for reference.
|St. Vincent||Caribbean||1, 2, 3||Port Royal, Tortuga|| 
|Dominica||Americas||2||Isla de Pelegostos, Isla Cruces||The sequences from the escape from Cannibal Island and the jungle segment of the battle on Isla Cruces.|
|White Cay||The Bahamas||2||Isla Cruces beaches|| Used for the beginning and end of the battle of Isla Cruces.
|Bonneville Salt Flats||Utah||3||Davy Jones' Locker|| Jack Sparrow stranded in the Locker.
|Honopu Beach, Kauai||Hawaii||4||Whitecap Bay||Jack Sparrow discovering the Santiago, shot on the first day of filming On Stranger Tides.|
|Hampton Court Palace||London, England||4||St. James's Palace||Jack Sparrow and Joshamee Gibbs arrested by the Royal Guards.|
|Walt Disney Studios||Burbank, California||1, 2, 3||Isla de Muerta, Shipwreck Cove||Several sets were made, including the pirate cave where Barbossa's cursed crew stashed the many riches they plundered, and the interior scenes on the Black Pearl and the Edinburgh Trader. The set used for Shipwreck Cove in At World's End was also used for Tales of the Code: Wedlocked before the set was destroyed.|
|Pinewood Studios||UK||4||London, England; the Fountain of Youth||The Blackbeard's Cabin on B Stage, the Captain's Daughter pub on E Stage, exterior of the longboat at Whitecap Bay on H stage, the interior of St. James's Palace on R Stage, and the Fountain of Youth on 007 Stage. Just behind the 007 Stage on the Pinewood backlot was a remarkably atmospheric recreation of a mid-18th century London dockyard street.|
Behind-the-scenes documentaries and reference books:
- An Epic At Sea: The Making of Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl
- Pirates of the Caribbean: From the Magic Kingdom to the Movies
- Bring Me That Horizon: The Making of Pirates of the Caribbean
- The Art of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Notes and referencesEdit
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Pirates of the Carribean presskit, accessed Dec 9, 2006
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 POTC2 Presskit
- ↑ According to Plan: The Harrowing and True Story of Dead Man's Chest - Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest DVD
- ↑ POTC3 Presskit
- ↑ POTC4 Presskit
- ↑ The Art of Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
- ↑ As a creative renaissance man, writer-director James Ward Byrkit brings ‘RANGO’ and ‘PIRATES’ film to your screen
- ↑ Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides | Pinewood filming location