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.
Colombus Hotel - Charming three stars hotel, the Colombus offers quietness
and serenity in a residential area. Dawn Beach is just next
for daytime, while at night you could chill-out alongside the
swimming-pool. The bar and the two restaurants welcome you to complete
pleasantly your evening.
All is made for your comfort, pleasure
Hotel Le Diwali - Diwali, the most beautiful boutique hotel in Guadeloupe
The spirit of "guest house" that reigns
Diwali gives a warm and one where everyone feels immediately at
home in Guadeloupe!
Only 20 minutes from the airport of
Pointe Pitre and short walk from the charming village of Sainte
Hotel St John Perse - Ideally located in the heart of Old Pointe a Pitre,
discover Guadeloupe, go to Wild beaches, embark for the islands of
Les Saintes or Marie Galante.
rooms on three floors with an elevator.
From the hotel you
can walk to the fish and spice market through the fruits and
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