Tips & Tricks
Raisins Clairs Beach (Route N4, Saint François) – this is one of Guadeloupe’s fine-sand beaches, with its long, ultrafine sandy shore and waters in beautiful shades of blue. Whether you prefer lazing about in the sun, playing with the fish, taking long strolls along the water’s edge, or enjoying a round of pétanque, your memories—and […]
La Plage Datcha (located off of Blvd. du Général de Gaulle/Route D119, Grande-Terre) – this is a popular beach, since it’s located just minutes from Pointe-a-Pitre.
La Plage de Grande Anse (near Deshaies, Basee-Terre) – located off of Route N2 near Deshaies on the northwest part of Basse-Terre, this is one of the best beaches in Guadeloupe. Because of that area’s natural beauty, various villas are located close by. Fortunately for visitors, a number of restaurants are also found within walking […]
La Cascade aux Écrevisses (Basse-Terre) — the name of this waterfall, which translates to “Waterfall of the Crayfish”, is a stunning waterfall located along the Route de la Traversée, toward the middle of Basse-Terre island. Another eco-tourist destination, visitors here swim in the shallow waters. However, because of its limited depth, people are advised not […]
Plage des Galbas (Sainte-Anne, Grande-Terre) – this is a small beach by the town of Sainte-Anne that’s known for its local beachside nightspot “Bwa Galba
Golf International de Saint-François (Avenue de l’Europe, Saint François, Grande-Terre) — this is a stunning seaside 18-hole golf course (open since 1978, and designed by Trent Jones). It’s located at the southeastern end of Grande-Terre island. There is a club house and restaurant within the property. Those interested in playing here are advised to […]