Tips & Tricks
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 […]
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.
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
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 […]
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 […]
Open de Saint-François (Golf International de Saint-François,Ave. de l’Europe, Saint François, Grande-Terre) – this golf tournament (which is reputed to be the largest in the Caribbean) is held there every June, attracting 120 European pro golfers. It is organized by Canal + Events (a major sports TV channel in France). See its website for more […]