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Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. Its inhabitants are called the Ansois (es). The village was the refuge of the Caribbean Indians fleeing the first settlers. In 1660 Governor Charles Houël, at the time of the treaty of Basse-Terre, left to the last Carribean this less…
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. Baie-Mahault is the second most populous city of Guadeloupe after Les Abymes. The industrial and commercial zone of Jarry-Moudong located in the territory of Baie-Mahault is considered the economic lung of Guadeloupe with 3,500 companies and nearly 15,000 jobs. Its…
Is a French city, located on the island of Basse-Terre in the department-region of Guadeloupe. It belongs to an agglomeration of more than 51 000 inhabitants, the urban unit of Basse-Terre, named after the prefecture of which Baillif is bordering. Baillif was one of the first places of European settlement…
Basse-Terre (in Creole: Bastè) is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe on the coast under the wind of the island of which it constitutes the chief town. The main administrative center of the island, Basse-Terre houses the prefecture, the regional council, the general council, the diocese of…
Is a French city, located in the DOM-ROM archipelago of Guadeloupe. The city is notable because of the Cousteau reserve in Malendure and the geothermal power station of Bouillante which is one of the two geothermal power stations in France. Its inhabitants are called Bouillantais and Bouillantaises.
Capesterre Belle Eau
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. The inhabitants are called the Capesterrians. The city is located in the southeast of Basse-Terre. To the north, it is limited to the ravine of the little Briqueterie which separates it from Goyave; To the south, to the Rivière du…
Capesterre de Marie Galante
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe on the island of Marie-Galante. Capesterre is located to the southeast of the island of Marie-Galante. The greater part of the city is made up of a rolling plateau, where the Saint-Louis river takes its source, which topples on a…
Deshaies is a city in the archipelago of Guadeloupe in northwestern Basse-Terre. Its territory covers 31.11 km2 and has a very wide coastline which gives it a marked maritime character. The Rivière du Vieux-Fort is the main river in the municipality that separates its territory from that of Sainte-Rose. Its…
Is a French city, located in the department-region of Guadeloupe. It is one of the city centers of an agglomeration of more than 51,000 inhabitants, the urban unit of Basse-Terre. It is the capital of the canton of the same name. Its inhabitants are called Gourbeyrians and Gourbeyriennes.
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. The city is located to the east of Basse-Terre. It is watered by various rivers taking their sources on the flanks of the Matéliane or the Morne Incapable: the Lenglet River and the Morin River joining together to form the…
Est une commune française située sur l’île de Marie-Galante dans le département de la Guadeloupe. Grand-Bourg est située au sud-ouest de l'île de Marie-Galante dont elle est le chef-lieu. La majeure partie de la commune est constituée d'un plateau vallonné. Celui-ci domine une large plaine littorale et une mangrove au…
Is a French city located in the department of Guadeloupe. It is made up of the island of La Désirade and the islands of Petite-Terre. Its inhabitants are called Desiradiens. The municipality of La Désirade occupies all the territory of the eponymous island. It extends from the point of the…
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. The citizens of Lamentin are appointed: Lamentinois et les Lamentinoises. Founded in 1720 in a marshy area, the municipality takes its name, like its homonymous Martinique of the Lamentin, the manatee, a herbivorous aquatic marine mammal historically present in the…
Is a city in the Department of Guadeloupe. With 28,000 inhabitants in 2015, Le Gosier is the third most populous city on the island after Les Abymes and Baie-Mahault. Its inhabitants are called the Gosierians. Le Gosier is located south of Grande-Terre and is part of the urban unit of…
Le Moule is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. City located northeast of the island of Grande-Terre on the Atlantic coast, its activity is mainly agricultural and tourist. Its inhabitants are called Mouliens. The commune is located in the middle of the east coast of Grande-Terre
Is a French city located in the department of Guadeloupe. With nearly 60 000 inhabitants, Les Abymes is the most populated municipality of Guadeloupe. It is the city center of the urban unit of Pointe-à-Pitre - Les Abymes, which is the most populated of French overseas, with 257,361 inhabitants in…
Morne a l'Eau
The city of Morne-à-l'Eau is located to the west of Grande-Terre. It is bordered by the mangroves of the Grand Cul-de-Sac marin. The city is a crossroads, passage required for the inhabitants of northern Grande-Terre. The water of Vieux-Bourg is exceptional and a lot of water activities are practiced there.
Is a French city, located in the department and overseas region of Guadeloupe of which it is the largest municipality. Petit-Bourg is located east of the island of Basse-Terre at the edge of the Petit Cul-de-sac marin in an area initially of mangrove. With its 131 km2, it is the…
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. At the last census of 2014, its population was 8112 inhabitants. The inhabitants are called the Canalien (s) or Moun Kannal in Creole. The municipality takes its name from the smallest canals dug in the eighteenth century by the population,…
Pointe a Pitre
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. Inhabited in 2014 by 16,261 people - called Pointois and Pointoises -, the city is, along with the neighboring Abymes, in the center of a vast urban area of 314 647 inhabitants, the 32nd of France. Since 2007, Pointe-à-Pitre is…
Is a French city, located in the overseas department of Guadeloupe, it owes its name to the volcanic rocks that bristle the northern point of the village. Its inhabitants are called Pointe-Noiriens or Ponti-Néris. Pointe-Noire is located on the west coast of the island of Basse-Terre, called côte-sous-le-vent. It extends…
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe, north-west of Grande-Terre. Port-Louis was first designated as "Pointe d'Antigues" before bearing the name of Louis XIV. Renamed under the "Port Libre" Revolution, it was reborn in the 19th century.
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. There Inhabitants are called the "Saintannais". Sainte-Anne is located in the middle of the south coast of Grande-Terre from the point of the Morne Jacques to the point of the Helleux. Its beaches are partially protected from the currents of…
Is a French city located on the island of Basse-Terre in the department of Guadeloupe in the Lesser Antilles. Located on the heights of Basse-Terre, at the foot of the Soufriere, the city is known notably for its hot springs and water springs as well as the Camp Jacob, a…
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. Saint-François occupies the southeastern tip of Grande-Terre which faces the Désirade and the Petite-Terre islands. Its beaches are protected from the currents of the Atlantic by a barrier of coral.
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. Its inhabitants are called the Sainte-Rosien (s). With an area of 119.65 km2, Sainte-Rose is the second largest commune of Guadeloupe after Petit-Bourg. It is located on a large part of the north of Basse-Terre (between Lamentin and Deshaies). In…
Terre de Bas
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. It is composed of Terre-de-Bas and three uninhabited islets: the Augustins, the Pate and the Coche. The commune is an administrative division of the geographical entity that is the archipelago of Saintes. Its inhabitants are called Saintois (es) because of…
Terre de Haut
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe. It is composed of a main island named Terre-de-Haut of four uninhabited islets: Îlet à Cabrit, Grand-Îlet, La Redonde, Les Roches piercées). The city is an administrative division of the geographical entity that is the archipelago of Saintes which includes…
Is a French commune located in the department-region of Guadeloupe. It is one of the city centers of an agglomeration of more than 51,000 inhabitants, the urban unit of Basse-Terre. It is still essentially agricultural, is largely constituted by the slopes of the massif Madeleine (small volcanic mass, well cut…
Is a French city, located in the department of Guadeloupe at the southern tip of Basse-Terre. The city owes its name to the French fort which dominated the coastal point of the island. The inhabitants are called the Vieux-Fortains. The city of Vieux-Fort is located at the extreme southern tip…
Is a French city in Guadeloupe. It is one of the city centers of an agglomeration of more than 51,000 inhabitants, the urban unit of Basse-Terre. These inhabitants are called Habissois (es). Vieux-Habitants is located in the west of the island of Basse-Terre on the coast-under-the-wind. Its northern limit with…
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Take a trip to the island of Caret, a small island lined with white sand lost on the Barrier Reef
Unbelievable beautiful undersea wildlife that will take your breath away. Go diving for ship wrecks and coral reefs !
One of the most amazing activities to do in Guadeloupe! Diving !
Take a look at the real estate opportunities that are available to anyone looking to get rent income and start making money after 5 to 7 years
Check out all the fun there is to do in Guadeloupe with Kayak Guadeloupe.
Great area to check out and go diving.
Good Food Great View and amazing Service !
SEA, MANGROVE & ENVIRONMENT AWARENESS WORKSHOP. Outdoor activities that will introduce your children to the sensations of the underwater environment (wearing a lifejacket) and land to discover the fauna and flora with Fred & Angela.
Aquatic Hiking, diving, fishing, kayaking, Whale Watching and Canyoning
Located near the hot springs of Bouillante, the base will welcome you every day from 9h to 18h.