Guadeloupe | Destination overview
This butterfly-shaped island - actually two isles - is one of few Caribbean places where tourism is not king. Sugar is. Since Guadeloupe is essentially an oversees department of France, expect fine cuisine, tasteful surroundings and a clothing-optional beach or three.The central market in bustling Pointe-a-Pitre is a beehive of people bargaining and buying piles of papayas, tomatoes, breadfruit and assorted other goodies.
Auberge Les Petits Saints - In a beautiful creole style cottage, set amidst tropical
vegetation, offering panorama view over the Saintes' Bay, furnished in
French antiques, tastefully decorated with paintings and
knick-knacks, Laurence and Jean will welcome you as their friends. Air
conditioned rooms, bungalows, suites and studio apartments (from 1 to
Les Residences de Loery - The heart of a tropical garden flowers, Loery The
Residences , consisting of four well-equipped apartments are 7
minutes from beautiful beaches and resorts of St. Anne and St.
Francis, and 4 km of a small shopping center. Your hostess will
facilitate your stay by his advice and offer you the first breakfast
Pergola Gossier - La Pergola, reveals its charm to all holiday makers
wishing to relax in Guadeloupe (Gosier) in a space decorated with
coconuts, bananas, small exotic plants, and a nice lawn that
punctuates the beach Datcha ( a beach lined with a crystalline sea),
the most beautiful emerald water ... always.
All about Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe is not like France, it is France - a French Overseas Departement, something like Hawaii's relationship with the US. This island has served as a French West Indies administrative centre since the 1700s. In 2003, however, St Barts - more formally ... continue