Stay in Guadeloupe: Practical information and suggested itineraries

Plage de Grand Anse, Guadeloupe

Department of Overseas, the Guadeloupe is part of the Lesser Antilles archipelago. For a stay in Guadeloupe is important to have practical information to have a good time.

Guadeloupe is full of interesting sights to discover. It takes about ten days to explore and discover the island. The discovery will be on the side of its resorts and natural landscapes.

Start your discovery of the island of Guadeloupe in visiting discovery to Grande-Terre island. You can visit Pointe-à-Pitre and the harbor area. We advise you to give a little time to explore the museum Schoelcher, surprising. If you are tired you can enjoy a drink in one of the sunny terraces before you go to the market San Antonio. You can taste local specialties and discover their fruits and vegetables bursting with sunshine.

If you want to discover the charm of diving, Guadeloupe is probably one of the most beautiful places to discover. The fauna and underwater flora are superb. Whether you are a beginner or confirmed diver, there is always an experienced instructor to show you the beautiful aquariums in Guadeloupe. In the clear waters is a real paradise to discover and enjoy! In the reserve Cousteau, the water temperature is between 26 ° and 31 ° C. Several other exceptional sites to visit include Basse Terre or Sec Pâté. It will take a day out at sea.

Guadeloupe is an island where we like to party but also bask in the sun. You can spend your days sunbathing under a hot sun and spend your evenings partying. In here is a tiring program! You can explore Sainte Anne and its magnificent beaches. And do not miss the great walks on the beaches where you can practice various water sports.

If you still have time, embark on the island of Basse-Terre. It is a Petit-Bourg, where you will find the floral park of Guadeloupe. Give in to the call of nature and go for a hike to Trois-Rivières, on the way visit the Plantation Grand Café in Belair, the water garden and the Carbet waterfalls.