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.
Ti' Village Creole - 11 bungalows and 3 studios in tropical garden 1.5 km from
the beach of Ste Anne.
On a hillside, in our
tropical garden, Ti Village Creole offers 14 lodgings. You may
choose either one of our 8 one-bedroom bungalows for 2 to 4
persons, or one of our 3 two-bedroom bungalows for 4 to 6 persons,
Village Caraibe Carmelita's - Charming complex tourist located at Gosier at 20 minutes
of the airport Pole Caraibes, you will be accomodated in an
original and cordial space combining simplicity and
The complex is composed of 14 bungalows, a large
garden, a swimming pool, of a large living room Creole style, the
Village de Bragelogne - The village is a tourist complex Bragelogne providing you
with individual lodges, townhouses and apartments in a
pleasant, warm, flowery, quiet and shady.
Our hotel near the most
beautiful beaches of St. Francis offers 3 types of accommodation
comfortably for your holidays in Guadeloupe.
Secure a splendid
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