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 on the island. Its inhabitants are called the Baillifians.
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Marie-France Blandin-Casalan, mistress of the place and historian of the arts, today presents the dwelling Bouvier to the visitors. The house is a real jewel of the historical and tourist heritage of Guadeloupe.
Habitation bouvier ,Saint louis, balif, guadeloupe
The Clairefontaine dwelling in the Saint-Robert district of Baillif is the birthplace of Joseph of Bologna, St. George’s, on December 25, 1745, known as the Knight of St. George.
chemin de clairefontaine, le balif, guadeloupe
Etienne Crane (77 years old), eldest son of Man Lisa, is the head of a farm of 4.5 ha of arabica coffee plantation. A kilo of this coffee improves 20 kg of coffee.
Chemin de Campry, Le Baillif, Guadeloupe
The tower was built at the beginning of the year 1703, at the request of Governor Auget to protect the south the island from English attacks, at the tip of Pères north of the city of Basse-Terre near the river des Pères.
The engraved rocks of the Plessis River are a group of petroglyphs dating from the Arawak period, between the 1st and the 7th century,
riviere duplessis, balif, guadeloupe