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.
Gites Le Paradis Vert - The property overhangs the Caribbean sea and offers a
beautiful sightseeing on the Saintes and la Dominique islands.
The four lodgings (Girofle, Vanille, Cannelle and Muscade)
make a residence close to our old colonial house. A swimming
pool is reserved to the use of the lodgers. We also have a
Hotel Rotabas - The Rotabas is a hotelier category 2 ** human dimension
The Rotabas is a hotel built single-storey
building has a floor rooms.
The bungalows are accessible to
people with reduced mobility.
The hotel staff is at your
disposal throughout your stay to guide you and serve you throughout
Le Petit Havre Hotel & Restaurant - Overlooking the bay of Petit-Havre, our hotel presents a
magnificent panorama view to Basse-Terre and the other islands of
Guadeloupe. In this enchanting settings, you'll find the friendly
athmosphere of our house.
A real getaway destination, our charm
hotel, entirely renovated in 2010, is situated between the renown
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