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.
La Villa Christophine - Extraordinarily located in Saint Francis, Villa
Christophine welcomes you in a beautiful setting just 70 meters from
one of the most beautiful lagoons in Guadeloupe.
4 large air-conditioned
Beautiful swimming pool with children's pool
Villa Du Jardin - In an oasis of greenery, fresh on the heights and broken
the quiet town of Deshaies in Guadeloupe, Villa Botanical
Garden invites you to sample the delights of the West Indies,
particularly the north Basse-Terre in Guadeloupe. Located in the former
estate Coluche, and in the Jardin Botanique de Deshaies, this
Residence Les Alizes - Le lagon de Saint Leu est a 300 metres de la villa. Vous
pourrez y aller a pied et profiter pleinement de la plage, mais
aussi du centre ville de Saint Leu et des sports 'rois' de la
ville : le Surf, le parapente et la plong?e sous-marine.
beneficierez de prestations de qualite pour un sejour agreable a La
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