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Guadeloupe is located in the Lesser Antilles in the Leeward Islands; the Island has a butterfly shape. The eastern wing, Grand-Terre, features Pointe-à-Pitre, the island’s biggest city and center of tourism. The western wing called Basse-Terre is less developed and dominated by a national park. A narrow channel called the Salt River separates the two halves of the island.
The almost round island Marie-Galante offers idyllic anchor bays on it. We cultivated very much sugar cane. The island of a hundred windmills is famous for its first class rum. The beaches are wild, untouched with beautiful white sand and coconut palms. The Terre de Blues festival, one of the largest music events of the entire archipelago, has been held here for several years.
The island of La Désirade, the southern coast of the island of La Désirade is protected by colorful coral reefs. There are small picturesque fishing villages, tropical vegetation, and white secluded sand beaches.
The island group of Saintes consists of nine small islands, of which only two are inhabited. With its idyllic hidden coves and the secluded dream beaches, the island group in front of Guadeloupe offers a true sailing paradise on earth.
The main islands of Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre are very different in terms of scenery. The western island of Basse-Terre is of volcanic origin and has an exotic rainforest in the mountains and on it is still an active volcano, La Soufrière with an altitude of 1467m, whose summit is mostly in the clouds and surrounded by other mountain massifs. The rainforest grows up to 600 meters.
You’ll find breathtaking bays with beautiful sandy beaches and crystal clear turquoise waters on the backdrop of the exciting national park with roaring waterfalls, dense tropical vegetation, bubbling hot springs, craters, and banana plantations.
On the island of Basse-Terre, you can find the following places: Baie-Mahault, Baillif, Basse-Terre – capital (administrative seat) in the south of the island of the same name, Bouillante, Deshaies, Petit-Bourg, Pointe Noire, Saint-Claude, Sainte-Rose, Trois-Rivières, and Vieux-Habitants.
A narrow channel called Salt River separates the two halves of the island.
The eastern island of Grande Terre is used to a large agricultural extent. It consists of shallow limestone and also has magnificent beaches. On Grande Terre are Abymes, Anse-Bertrand, Gosier, Le Moule, Morne-à-l’Eau, Pointe-à-Pitre – largest town and trading center at the intersection of the two great islands, Port-Louis, Sainte-Anne, and Saint-François.
Guadeloupe is a Caribbean melting pot of Caribbean, African, European and Indian cultures. The bustling city of Pointe-à-Pitre is a mixture of old and new. The liveliest square of Point-à-Pitre, the Place de la Victoire, is located in the middle of historical colonial houses with wrought-iron balconies or continuous verandas. From here you can look directly at the historic port of La Darse. The typical country and colorful market with spices, fruits, vegetables, and flowers, in the Caribbean atmosphere, takes place here every working day. Gourmet lovers love the delicious and distinctive cuisine, which is a successful blend of French and Creole influences. The Province shopping is here to give you a special experience. The French Creole cuisine is served in over 200 gourmet restaurants. There are also several gastronomic events and festivals.
From Pointe-à-Pitre, you can sail south to untouched islands with exotic rainforests and stunning beaches. However, if your heart is more blue-watered, the northern route is a bigger challenge. Sainte-Anne is a small fishing village, with the most beautiful coconut-lined sandy beaches protected by a coral reef. The beach of the small port of Port-Louis is also one of the most beautiful beaches of Guadeloupe. Great snacks and food are here in the many small Lolos provided. To the north is the golden coast, so named because there are some of the most beautiful beaches. The east coast of Grande-Terre’s impresses with rugged rock formations and a sea that is strongly striking against the rocks. Near to Pigeon Island is underwater reservation “Jaques Cousteau”. A mecca for snorkelers and divers with its coral banks and the tropical inhabitants is one of the most beautiful diving reefs.