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Coco d'Iles
Caroline ou Joelle Barandon
D213 - 97136 Terre-de-Bas
joellebarandon@me.com
Languages spoken:French, English, Italian, Spanish
Latitude:15.8587284 ( N 15° 51’ 31” )
Longitude:-61.6281982 ( W 61° 37’ 42” )

From 10am to 6pm. Make contact 48 hours before your arrival with Isabelle on + 33 6 90 98 98 39 or by email at gites@gmx.fr, which will welcome you upon your arrival in Terre de Bas

, terre de haut) from the guadeloupe

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Ensuring the daily connections between 3 rivers, Terre de Haut and Terre de Bas

Timetable : 3 Riv> TdH / TdB 9 hours and 17 hours

TdH> 3 Riv 6 : 15 am and 4 : 15 pm, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, Sundays 7 : 15 am and 5 pm

Additional rotations are made in high season

Always ensure timetables and departures from the company

Such as : 0590 574 574 or 0590 914 515

Web- http://www.valferry.fr

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Rotates Terre-de-Haut / Terre-de-Bas Trois-Rivières every day of the week

From Trois-Rivières

8h- 9h30 - 15h45 - 18h(from Monday to Saturday)

8h- 9h30 - 17h- 18h(Sunday)

From Terre-de-Haut

6h30 * - 9h- 13h- 17h15 (Monday to Saturday)

6 : 30 am - 9 am - 4 : 30 pm - 5 : 30 pm (Sunday)

* 5h45 on Mondays (except school holidays)

From Terre-de-Bas> tdh> Trois-Rivières

6h* : Monday, Wednesday, Friday

8h20 : every day

16 : 10 : Monday to Saturday

4 pm : Sunday

* 5.30 am on Mondays (excluding school holidays)

From Trois-Rivières> tdb> tdh

8am : every day

15 : 45 : Monday to Saturday

6 pm : Friday (except school holidays) and Sunday

Duration of the crossing : 25 minutes

Point of sale - information

For any information, do not hesitate to approach the 2 boxes of :

Trois-Rivières (14 rue du Phare, Bord-de-Mer) in front of the small market at 0590 25 08 06 Mail : billetterietroisrivieresepic@gmail.com

Terre-de-Haut (Place du débarcadère, next to the Tourist Office) at 0590 94 89 96 Mail : billetterieterredehautepic@gmail.com

Terre-de-Bas (Anse des Muriers) on 0590 60 81 86

Ctm - deher -

Provides daily service to the Archipel des Saintes from Trois-Rivières (Bord de Mer) and Basse-Terre

Hours :

Trois-Rivières to Terre-de-Haut : 9 : 00 am and 4 : 30 pm

Terre-de-Haut to Trois-Rivières : 6 : 45 am and 3 : 45 pm

Basse-Terre towards Terre-de-Haut : 12h15 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Terre-de-Haut towards Basse-Terre : 5h45 on Monday, Wednesday and Friday

(Additional rotations to be confirmed by the company)

billeterie de trois-rivieres

Monday to Saturday from 7 am to 5 pm

On Sunday from 7 am to 11 am and from 3 pm to 5 pm

Terre-de-haut billeterie

From Monday to Saturday from 6 am to 10 am and from 3 pm to 5 pm

Sunday from 06 : 00 to 07 : 00 and 15 : 00 to 17 : 00

Such as : 0590 920 639 or 0590 995 068

Web : http://www.ctmdeher.com

Comatrile -

Company providing connections between Saint Francis / Marie Galante and Terre de Haut (variable periodicity)

Such as : 0590 222 631 or 0690 500 510

Star boat wi -

Fast taxi boat linking Terre de Haut / Terre de Bas - 3 rivers

A quick connection (15 minutes) between 3 rivers and Terre de Haut

Your flight arrives too late and you want to join the Saintes the same evening !

7 passengers maximum with luggage (11 passengers without luggage) + 1 skipper

Flexibility of schedules

Prices :

Single package for 1 to 4 people from 200 € (25 € per pers. Sup)

Tel : 0590 997 380 - 0690 304 648

Web : http://www.karibtours.com

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Transport company providing the daily connections between Terre de Bas and Terre de Haut

Hours :

TdH> TdB 6 : 30,9 : 30,11 : 30 and 16 : 00

TdB> TdH 6 am 9 am, 11 am, 3 : 30 pm, 4 : 30 pm

Additional rotations are made in high season

Always ensure timetables and departures from the company

Tel : 0690 503 628 or 0690 367 797

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Free parking in front of the Residence

Delivery of the keys, inventory, payment of the balance of the rental, handing over of the security deposit

Not suitable for pets, COCO D'ILES is a place of peace, thanks to respect the tranquility, and not to smoke inside the apartments

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Linen is provided : sheets, towels, bath mats, kitchen towels.

Delivery possible upon request of meal, bread, croissant by an external service provider

During your stay in coco d'iles, you can rent a car or take minibuses that offer a service on request. Transfers between the landing stage and coco d'iles round trip are at our charge

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Tropical garden of 2,700 m², dotted with exotic and luxuriant vegetation, where you can discover its plants, flowers, and local fruits, emblematic of Guadeloupe

Magnificent terraces with 180 ° views of the Bay of Saintes

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Sargassum rafts periodically run aground on the islands of the West Indies. Concerning Terre de Bas, the beach of grand cove is affected episodically. For any information, we advise you to reproach you of the site of the deal Guadeloupe with the following address http://www.guadeloupe.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/sargasses or to inquire near the town hall of Terre de bas tel +33 5 90 99 85 78

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Some remains indicate the passage of Caribbean Indians on Terre-de-Bas. It is supposed that these populations stopped at Les Saintes, coming from Dominica, but they never seem to have remained there. Christopher Columbus discovered the Saintes in 1493 and the name of the archipelago is explained by the day of its discovery: All Saints' Day, "Los Santos", in Spanish. The settlement of the island will be difficult: drought, harassment by the Carib Indians, geopolitical conflicts from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries, the Saintes, by their strategic location ("Gibraltar of the Western Indies"), are the scene of Franco-American clashes. British. They will become French in 1816.

The island was really populated from 1682. There were several attempts at settlement, but the difficult living conditions made them unsuccessful. The Saintes, because of the drought were not particularly conducive to culture as is the rest of Guadeloupe, and the number of slaves there was lower. It was therefore at the end of the 17th century that colonization by the Dutch and the French began, which founded agricultural dwellings, or slave labor. There are still traces of several houses. Cotton, coffee, and food crops were grown there. Remnants of indigotry have also been found.

In the middle of the eighteenth century is created a pottery industry. A hundred slaves work there, making mostly "sugar-form", but also other pots, tiles and tiles. After the abolition of slavery, the owners will call for Asian help. It was at this time that the salako was born, the Saintois hat that looks like the hat worn by the Asian people in the rice fields. Several times demolished by cyclones, the pottery will end with the crisis of the sugar industry at the end of the nineteenth century. The ruins will then be invested for the distillation of wood of India, from which an essential oil, called at the time "bay-rum", with therapeutic virtues is extracted. This activity will decline and cease before the Second World War.

In parallel with all these activities, it should be remembered that the inhabitants lived on a subsistence agriculture and fishing.

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A truly remarkable little archipelago!

Popular with boaters, nature-lovers and scuba diving enthusiasts, the fantastic little archipelago of Les Saintes, located off the southern coast of Basse-Terre, is composed of seven islets and two inhabited islands that are Terre-de-Haut and Terre-de-Bas. Accessible by boat from Trois-Rivières (20 min), Pointe-à-Pitre (1h) or Saint-François (1h30), the island of Terre-de-Haut, the most visited of the archipelago, has an impressively beautiful bay which has been ranked among the most beautiful in the world! Dotted with charming houses with red roofs, this pleasant island, with its steep terrain and warm welcome, is full of wonderful surprises, best discovered on foot - if you have enough time! - mountain bike, electric bicycle or even by electric car.

Perched on a hill on the island, Fort Napoleon is THE must-see site of Terre-de-Haut. Incredibly photogenic, this unmissable attraction is open daily from 9 am to 12.30 pm (except bank holidays) and offers photography enthusiasts a beautiful setting, with its exotic cactus garden (where it is not unusual to see iguanas), its ramparts and its exceptional view over the Bay of Les Saintes... Built in the 19th century, the fort also houses a museum dedicated to the arts and popular traditions of Les Saintes, with exhibitions taking place in the halls of the old barracks.

Going down from the fort, make a stop in the charming town of Terre-de-Haut, dotted with restaurants and shops, then visit its pretty little church made of volcanic stone, before continuing your trip towards the island beaches, where you will be spoiled for choice. Among the most pleasant are the beautiful Pompierre beach (the most tourist-friendly), Anse Rodrigue beach, Anse Crawen beach, or the beaches of Petite Anse du Pain de Sucre and Anse Devant, ideal places to relax and enjoy a swim! Although it is an ideal place for a walk, swimming is prohibited at the vast Grande Anse beach, popular for its rugged beauty, because of its dangerous currents.

Hikers can climb up to the viewpoint of Le Chameau, located to the south-west of the island, at 309 metres above sea level. The effort during the steep climb is rewarded at the end with an unforgettable view over the archipelago!

Before leaving Terre-de-Haut, treat yourself to one of the tourments d'amour (literally "love torments") sold in the town. These delicious tarts with coconut, banana or guava jam are the local speciality!

If you have time and are staying for several days at Les Saintes, be sure to visit the peaceful island of Terre-de-Bas. The latter, while less known than Terre-de-Haut, is no less attractive. In the peace and quiet, you are sure to appreciate its calm and authentic atmosphere, relaxed lifestyle and the beautiful Grande Anse beach of golden sand lined with coconut trees, and the creek of Grand Bay (Grande Baie), where the remains of a former 18th and 19th-century pottery, now a listed Historic Monument, stand on the seafront.

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The black sand and coconut palms make this a place of incredible wild beauty

To the south of Basse-Terre, not far from the town of Trois-Rivières towards Vieux-Fort, is Grande Anse beach. Loved by surfers and bodyboarders, this is a magnificent place, where the black sand recalls the volcanic character of the island. On this long stretch of beach lined with coconut palms, you can enjoy a landscape of incredible wild beauty, with the bonus of a superb view of the Saintes! It is particularly pleasing to walk barefoot there, as the fine, soft sand feels very pleasant. However, since the sea is often rough there, with strong currents and big rolling waves, caution is advised when going swimming.

Grande Anse beach is protected by law under a prefectural order, as it is a place where sea turtles lay their eggs, a rare phenomenon which of course must be treated with respect!

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Many petroglyphs can be found in this marvellous tropical garden!
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Found in the municipality of Trois-Rivières, the Engraved Rocks Archaeological Park is remarkable for its twenty or so rocks, which bear more than 230 engravings. These date from the 4th century AD, and are marvellous evidence left by the first inhabitants of Guadeloupe, the Arawak Indians. Today listed as Historic Monuments, these schematic figures are best seen in the morning around 10-11 am, when the light falls on them and they are most clearly seen.

When you visit the Engraved Rocks Archaeological Park, you will also find a magnificent garden of lush vegetation where you can admire plant species typical of the Caribbean, such as the calabash, manioc, castor oil plant, achiote, cocoa tree and vetiver.

Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: Fermé

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A charming village famous for its embroidery

At the far south end of Basse-Terre island lies the charming, calm and relaxing village of Vieux-Fort; its name refers to the fort built by the first French colonists in the 17th century. Today there are still some remnants of that time, as evidenced by remains of the fortifications and four cannons, from where you can enjoy a lovely view of the sea and the lighthouse. Also, the fort is now home to a renowned centre for embroidery and textile arts, where the embroiderers pass down their skills from generation to generation, and exhibit their marvels of meticulously fine work.

From the village, you can then take a little road leading to Vieux-Fort headland, where the lighthouse was erected on a rocky spur in 1954. From this very pleasant site, the view of the Saintes and Dominica is absolutely stunning! The lovely green space nearby is ideal for having a picnic or resting a while, gazing at the sea…

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The fort, cathedral, covered market, Bologne rum…

For admirers of built heritage, the town of Basse-Terre (the administrative capital of Guadeloupe), on the south-west coast of the eponymous island, is an unmissable feature of the Guadeloupe archipelago. With its quiet charm and historic monuments, it is well worth a visit.

Though the name of Fort Delgrès, built in the 17th and 18th centuries, has been changed several times in the course of time and according to its occupants, from 1989 it has borne the name of a famous historical figure known for his anti-slavery proclamation. An important centre of resistance in Guadeloupe to the re-establishment of slavery in 1802, this imposing building with thick stone walls majestically overlooks the sea, commanding a magnificent view of the town and the Caribbean mountains. As well as this incredible panoramic view and the lovely walks you can enjoy there, you will find an impressive memorial in honour of the 1802 hero Louis Delgrès.

The exploration of this Town of Art and History continues in the Saint-François district, at the Heritage House (Maison du Patrimoine). Established in an early 19th -century building, the centre hosts temporary exhibitions and conferences, and organises guided tours of different places in Basse-Terre. Not far from there is the 18th-century cathedral of Our Lady of Guadeloupe (Notre-Dame-de-Guadeloupe), which has a fine façade of dressed volcanic stone, in the Jesuit Baroque style.

After passing through the Place du Champ d'Arbaud, which is designed for strolling around, you can explore Basse-Terre's pleasant seafront, with its renowned covered market selling fruit, vegetables, spices, punch, flavoured rums and other local produce, and taking place in the mornings from Monday to Saturday, in a cheerful and sociable atmosphere! If you enjoy rum, you can go to the Bologne distillery, where they produce the famous cane juice rum. Situated at the northern exit from the town, the distillery gives guided tours of its plant, as well as a tasting at the end of the tour.

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A pleasant resort with an agreeable climate at the foot of the Soufrière

Established at the foot of the Soufrière, in the heart of Basse-Terre island at an altitude of 530 metres, Saint-Claude is a pretty little town surrounded by lush tropical vegetation. Appreciated for its agreeable climate, its temperature being lower than on the coast, the area nonetheless lives with the threat of a new volcanic eruption from the Soufrière, a great proportion of the inhabitants having been evacuated when it erupted in 1976. The volcano and earthquake observatory, which was founded in Gourbeyre, protects the inhabitants from these risks by constantly monitoring the volcano.

Built on a slope, the charming resort of Saint-Claude boasts beautiful houses and a pretty little church of St Augustine, with a façade reminiscent of South American architecture.

About two kilometres away from Saint-Claude, by the side of the road to Matouba, stands the Louis Delgrès stele, a memorial built in honour of Commander Delgrès - known for his anti-slavery proclamation - and his companions, who gave their lives on 28 May 1802.

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These impressive waterfalls benefit from an exceptional natural setting

Described by Christopher Columbus, who would have glimpsed them upon disembarking at Capesterre-Belle-Eau in 1493, as "a very large spring spreading water on all sides of the mountain", the Carbet falls still astound visitors by their beauty and the majesty of the scenery around them. Among the most impressive waterfalls of the Lesser Antilles, these three falls located at the heart of the rainforest in Guadeloupe National Park offer nature-lovers a truly splendid spectacle!

With two levels, the first fall is 115 metres high and is about 1h30 on foot from the reception area. The third, 20 metres high, ends with a beautiful circular pool. Visitors are not allowed close to this fall due to frequent landslides that take place. The most famous and most accessible waterfall is the second Carbet fall, at a height of 110 metres, which can be reached in about twenty minutes' walk along a nice signposted trail through lush rainforest . For safety reasons, however, visitors cannot go all the way to the bottom of the waterfall. This magnificent waterfall can still be admired from a specially constructed belvedere located not far away.

Easily accessible without any difficulties, apart from a few passages that can be a bit slippery, the Grand Étang discovery trail is perfect for a family outing in the countryside. Located on the edge of the falls road, this walking tour along the Grand Étang takes about 1h30 and is ideal for bird-watching...

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An impressive active volcano

At the heart of Guadeloupe National Park stands the famous Soufrière, an impressive volcano, still active, which is nicknamed the Old Lady. Located on the island of Basse-Terre, near the resort of Saint-Claude, this natural site, among the most beautiful in Guadeloupe, is also the highest point of the Lesser Antilles with its height of 1,467 metres, whose magnificent slopes attract lovers of walking. Before embarking on the adventure, however, it is essential to check the weather forecast and choose a nice sunny day to avoid inconvenience and ending up in the rain or in fog during the ascent.

A beautiful hike starting from the Yellow Baths (Bains Jaunes) car park at 950 metres in altitude takes you to the top of the Soufrière in about 2 hours. A beautiful route, particularly along the Chemin des Dames, where on a clear day you can enjoy remarkable views of the coast of Basse-Terre and the Caribbean Sea... It also boasts beautiful plant life full of superb colours, which varies as you ascend the hill and can be admired during the course of your walk.

Once you get to the top, a signposted path around the volcano allows you to explore a lunar landscape dotted with craters, chasms and peaks in around thirty minutes. Be careful though, once you are up there - the fumes escaping from the chasms can be harmful to health, so take care and above all be sure not to stray off the signposted path!

The way back to the starting point follows the same path as on the way there, and if you want to relax your muscles after walking, do not hesitate to pay a visit to the Yellow Baths (Bains Jaunes). Nestled in the heart of the rainforest near the Yellow Baths car park, this sulphurous warm pool, supplied with water by hot springs from the volcano, is a real natural spa, popular with locals and tourists alike.

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A traditional coffee plantation
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On the island of Basse-Terre, in the hills of the Vieux-Habitants municipality in the Grande Rivière valley, one of the most beautiful in Guadeloupe, lies the Habitation La Grivelière, an old plantation dating from colonial times which can be reached by travelling along a steep little mountain road. A historically important site, the Habitation La Grivelière, which was named in 1843 by its new owner, Auguste Périollat, has been used for various agricultural purposes since the end of the 18th century, including the production of coffee, cocoa and annatto.

Nestling in verdant surroundings, this estate of almost 90 hectares, a listed Historic Monument since 1987, includes a manor house, coffee-roasting shed, two hulling mills and a polishing shed. Now completely restored, these buildings offer a chance to learn all about the agriculture of yesteryear on a guided tour. This very interesting tour is also an opportunity to take a little stroll in the beautiful Creole garden, where coffee bushes, cocoa trees and vanilla trees grow, learn more about the skills involved in coffee and cocoa production, and then enjoy a cup of coffee or hot chocolate to round it all off!

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The Allée Dumanoir, the Longueteau distillery, the Grand Café plantation and Roseau beach are all places to see in the municipality of Capesterre-Belle-Eau!

Located on the south-east coast of the island of Basse-Terre, between Goyave and Trois-Rivières, Capesterre-Belle-Eau owes its name to the word "capesterre", meaning the coast exposed to trade winds. The addition of "Belle-Eau" ("beautiful water") comes from the many rivers running across the municipality. Renowned for being one of the most important banana-growing sites in Guadeloupe, it is only natural that fans of this famous fruit should treat themselves to a tour of the Grand Café plantation which, contrary to what its name might imply, is not a coffee plantation but a substantial banana plantation!

To the north of the municipality is the charming little village of Sainte-Marie, where a column stands displaying a bust of Christopher Columbus. The village is famous for being the place in Guadeloupe where the celebrated navigator landed in 1493. For a relaxing break, head for Roseau beach, south of Sainte-Marie. It is very lively at the weekend, and very pleasant with its grey sand; it features carbets (traditional huts) and numerous almond and coconut trees, their shade being appreciated by families stopping for a picnic. Not far from there is the Longueteau distillery, the oldest distillery in Guadeloupe still active today, where you can go round the plant and find out about the rum production process, not forgetting to have a little taste at the end of your visit, of course! Towards the centre of Capesterre is a religious site of importance to the Indian community: the Hindu Temple of Changy, embellished with many multi-coloured statues. While it is closed to visitors, you can nonetheless admire it from the roadside.

Before setting off to see the unmissable Carbet falls, tucked into the verdant heights of the municipality, don't forget to pop over to the famous Allée Dumanoir, which is lined with royal palm trees, and to make a stop at the magnificent Cantamerle garden, where a guided tour will enable you to see a great number of plant species.

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A little bay with romantic charm

On the Côte-sous-le-vent, to the west of Basse-Terre island between Bouillante and Vieux-Habitants, nestles the renowned Anse à la Barque, one of the most beautiful and picturesque landscapes in Guadeloupe, with its deep blue sea, protected shores planted with coconut palms, fishing boats and little lighthouse… However, though the site is attractive, it is not suitable for bathing. This deep little bay is better for mooring fishing and pleasure boats. Peaceful and romantic, this extremely photogenic wild place cannot fail to delight amateur photographers!

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A lush green setting that's ideal for a stroll
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The Blonzac Water Garden, a haven of greenery on the island of Basse-Terre, in the municipality of Goyave, is the perfect place for a family or couple to take a stroll. Completely calm and serene, this country park is best explored on a leisurely walk: the romantic lake, the peaceful river, and the renowned "Weeping Rock" ("Roche qui Pleure"). You can continue to explore the site at the nursery for rare lilies and bamboos, the little spice wood, the koi carp pond and the orientation table where you can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the Soufrière mountain and the sea… As you stroll along, this is also an opportunity for you to admire Guadeloupe's abundant flora, such as ylangs-ylangs, pandanus and also purple dracaenas…You can also enjoy many sports activities here, such as canoe-kayak, boules, fishing, volleyball and tai-chi.

Swimming enthusiasts can visit the pretty Sainte-Clare beach, which is also in the municipality of Goyave.

Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Thursday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Friday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Saturday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM
Sunday: 09:30 AM – 05:30 PM

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The island of sugar cane has some wonderful sandy beaches!

30 kilometres south of Grande-Terre lies Marie-Galante, an island of 158 km², accessible by boat from Pointe-à-Pitre or Saint-François in about 1h. It delights visitors with its beautiful landscapes and rich heritage. While its idyllic picture postcard beaches are particularly popular with sunbathers, the island of a hundred windmills also enchants lovers of authenticity and tranquillity, with its peaceful sugar cane fields dotted with the ruins of windmills, once used for sugar production. One of the best-preserved windmills is that of Bézard, to the north of the town of Capesterre-de-Marie-Galante - it still has its internal grinding mechanism. Near Grand-Bourg, the Murat house, now converted into an Ecomuseum of the Arts and Popular Traditions, is also a reminder of the area's past as an important sugar production centre. Owned by the General Council of Guadeloupe, this estate is a listed Historic Monument where visitors can not only see the ruins of an old sugar refinery and a garden of medicinal plants, but also discover the island's cultural and historic heritage through various objects and documents.

History and heritage buffs can also see the ruins of the Roussel-Trianon house, an old sugar refinery to the north of Grand-Bourg, and the Punch pond, a historic site opposite the old Pirogue factory, where the whole sugar and rum stock of the Pirogue house was tipped over in the night of 24 to 25 June 1849, and where the permanent abolition of slavery was celebrated for three days and nights.

To the south-east of the island, the town of Capesterre-de-Marie-Galante charms visitors with its relaxed lifestyle and stunning beach of La Feuillère. Popular with kitesurfers, the latter, with its white sand, coconut trees and turquoise lagoon, really has it all... A little further north of Capesterre lies the beautiful beach of Anse Feuillard, a wilder and less crowded place which rewards those who are willing to undertake the twenty-minute walk there!

Throughout your journey, you can also spread out your towel on the lovely beaches of Grand-Bourg and Saint-Louis before continuing your tour of the island towards the Gueule Grand Gouffre chasm. This is an impressive site where you can stand on a specially constructed belvedere and admire a natural arch carved by the sea...

Marie-Galante is also ideal for hiking, with its signposted paths around Anse Canot, the town of Capesterre and the Murat house.

Last but not least, you can't talk about the island without mentioning its famous cane juice rum, now made by the distilleries of Bellevue, Bielle and Poisson. The latter, well-known among connoisseurs, produces the famous Père Labat 59° rum! Open to the public in the morning from Monday to Saturday, the Marie-Galante distilleries allow visitors to take a tour of their facilities and learn more about the various stages of the rum production process, not forgetting a tasting at the end of course.

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A wonderful floral park
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Nestling between the mountains and the sea, in the commune of Petit-Bourg, the Domaine de Valombreuse, covering five hectares, is one of the most extensive floral parks in Guadeloupe. It is the ideal opportunity for garden-lovers to enjoy exotic flora and admire hundreds of tropical plants. The greenhouses full of orchids and ferns, the magical garden with medicinal plants, topiaries, and the diversified palm grove are some of the marvels to discover in the course of a stroll. This green and peaceful haven is also noted for being home to nearly 28 bird species, such as the Guadeloupe Woodpecker and the Plumbeous Warbler, both of which are native to Guadeloupe. The Domaine de Valombreuse also includes a rainforest where there is a natural waterfall for bathing within thirty minutes' walk.

A great number of leisure activities for children are also on offer, from slides to inflatables through trampolines, a treetop rope course, water games and pony rides. All you need to enjoy yourselves!

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An area full of incredible natural treasures!

Located on the island of Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe National Park was created in 1989, becoming the first French national park in the overseas territories. It aims to preserve the nature of the Antilles and its fauna and flora, both marine and terrestrial. The park covers nearly 22,000 hectares, including 17,300 hectares of tropical forest and 3,700 hectares in a humid and marine environment.

Some of the most beautiful natural sites of Guadeloupe are located in this area. Thus, you can discover the famous Soufrière volcano, the highest peak of the Lesser Antilles at 1,467 metres in altitude, the magnificent and impressive Carbet falls or the exotic nature reserve of the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin. Nearly 300 kilometres of trails allow visitors to explore this fabulous heritage. It's a delight for hiking enthusiasts in search of unspoilt countryside! Guadeloupe National Park is also full of impressive local wildlife and attentive walkers may meet racoons, mongoose, hummingbirds, brown pelicans, or stick insects.

Located along the famous Route de la Traversée, a road whose 17 km itinerary connects Petit-Bourg to Pointe-Noire, the Forest House (Maison de la Forêt) allows visitors to learn a little more about this lush natural environment. On the outskirts of this site is a nice picnic area located along the Bras-David river, as well as the starting point of a discovery trail that crosses a wooden bridge. A little further along the Route de la Traversée, in the direction of Petit-Bourg, lies the starting point of a landscaped path leading to the Crayfish Waterfall (Cascade aux Écrevisses). A short, easy walk, ideal for families with children, which in ten minutes takes you to the pretty waterfall, nestled in an extremely green environment.

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A peaceful haven for many animal species…

Located in the municipality of Bouillante, at the edge of the famous Route de la Traversée, on the edge of Guadeloupe National Park in the heart of the Basse-Terre rainforest, Les Mamelles Park is a haven of peace and greenery where countless plant species thrive, and where around 85 animal species from the Caribbean and Guyana live, from iguanas to raccoons, through mongoose, jaguars, monkeys, parrots, turtles and bats.

Les Mamelles zoological and botanical park offers over two hours' worth of exploration, with West Indian wildlife and lush tropical flora, as well as facilities for children such as La Kaz' à Tarzan, a forest playground with bridges, slides and secret passageways. For the more adventurous visitor, it is also possible to take a walk in the forest canopy. From the high treetops, on bridges suspended over 20 metres high, you can see plants that would be invisible to you at ground level, such as orchids and wild pineapple. Not suitable for vertigo sufferers!

The informative park also offers an educational exhibition on West Indian biodiversity, as well as its efforts to protect local wildlife. The conservation of rare and endangered species is indeed one of the main aims of Les Mamelles park. As a visitor, you also contribute to funding the SOS Faune Sauvage care centre for wild animals, since part of the entrance fee goes to this organisation.

A truly intense sightseeing experience and an ideal way to get to know the local fauna and flora!

Tourist site
A destination famous for its diving spots

A tourist hotspot famous for its water sports, Bouillante is located on the west coast of Basse-Terre, between Anse à la Barque, a superb, unspoilt little bay, and the River Colas. Founded in the 17th century, this locality owes its name (which means "boiling") to the presence of hot springs, which today supply a geothermal power station.

Though the municipality is particularly renowned for its Malendure Beach, lined with coconut palms, it is also famous for the Cousteau Reserve, where the magnificent sea bed can be viewed in glass-bottomed boats, kayaks with transparent hulls, snorkelling, or scuba diving around the Pigeon islets. The very lively Malendure Beach, with its black sand, will delight anyone who enjoys sunbathing and swimming!

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Celebrating the animal and plant life of the Caribbean Sea

Located in Bas du Fort marina, in the municipality of Le Gosier, the Guadeloupe aquarium, devoted to the underwater treasures of the Caribbean, has nearly 50 coral species and around 80 fish species, from blacktip sharks to green morays, through rays and barracudas. The complex extends over thirty pools, making it the largest aquarium in the Antilles!

This tourist site, one of the most visited in Guadeloupe, also offers boat trips to discover Guadeloupe's marine environment. Indeed, you can go on underwater excursions with flippers, mask and snorkel to explore the wonderful seabed of the Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin, or the Saintes and Marie-Galante after a short catamaran cruise.

The site is committed to the preservation of aquatic wildlife and flora, and is a partner of the School of the Sea (École de la Mer), a centre for education and awareness about the marine world, regularly offering entertainment and educational activities.

Plage de Grande Anse
Tourist site
Baie de Grand Baie
Tourist site
L'Histoire
Tourist site
Plongée à Terre de bas
Tourist site
Plage de Bord de mer
Tourist site
À Proximité de Terre Pain de Sucre
Tourist site
Les Saintes
A truly remarkable little archipelago!
Grande Anse beach at Trois-Rivières
The black sand and coconut palms make this a place of incredible wild beauty
The Engraved Rocks Archaeological Park
Many petroglyphs can be found in this marvellous tropical garden!
Vieux-Fort
A charming village famous for its embroidery
Basse-Terre
The fort, cathedral, covered market, Bologne rum…
Saint-Claude
A pleasant resort with an agreeable climate at the foot of the Soufrière
The Carbet falls
These impressive waterfalls benefit from an exceptional natural setting
The Soufrière
An impressive active volcano
The Habitation La Grivelière
A traditional coffee plantation
Capesterre-Belle-Eau
The Allée Dumanoir, the Longueteau distillery, the Grand Café plantation and Roseau beach are all places to see in the municipality of Capesterre-Belle-Eau!
Anse à la Barque
A little bay with romantic charm
Blonzac Water Garden
A lush green setting that's ideal for a stroll
Marie-Galante
The island of sugar cane has some wonderful sandy beaches!
The Domaine de Valombreuse
A wonderful floral park
Guadeloupe National Park
An area full of incredible natural treasures!
Les Mamelles zoological and botanical park
A peaceful haven for many animal species…
Bouillante
A destination famous for its diving spots
Guadeloupe aquarium
Celebrating the animal and plant life of the Caribbean Sea
Aquarium
Place Créole, La Marina, Gosier Guadeloupe
05 90 90 92 38
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Thursday: Fermé
Friday: Fermé
Saturday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 06:00 PM

Aquarium de la Guadeloupe
Aquarium in Gosier-Guadeloupe
Park
57, Chemin de Circonvallation - Basse-Terre
05 90 81 62 52
Opening times:

Monday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 04:30 PM
Tuesday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 04:30 PM
Wednesday: 08:30 AM – 01:30 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 01:00 PM, 02:00 PM – 04:30 PM
Friday: 08:30 AM – 01:30 PM
Saturday: Fermé
Sunday: Fermé

Park
191, Chemin de Beauvallon - Basse-Terre
05 90 92 06 25
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: 03:30 PM – 05:30 PM
Thursday: Fermé
Friday: 03:30 PM – 05:30 PM
Saturday: 09:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:30 PM – 05:30 PM
Sunday: 09:30 AM – 12:30 AM, 03:30 PM – 05:30 PM

Park
Capesterre Belle Eau
Opening times:

Monday: 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Tuesday: 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Wednesday: 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 08:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Park
Route de Blonzac - Goyave
05 90 95 95 95
Opening times:

Monday: Fermé
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Thursday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Friday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Saturday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 05:00 PM

Park
Chemin de Valombreuse, Cabout, Petit Bourg
05 90 95 50 50
Jardin Botanique de Basse Terre
Park in Basse-Terre
Jardin de Beauvallon Basse-Terre
Park in Basse-Terre
Chute du Carbet
Park in Capesterre-Belle-Eau
Jardin d'Eau
Park in Goyave
Les Jardins de Valombreuse mtl
Park in Petit-Bourg
Entertainment
Relaxation
Post office
Guadeloupe - Terre-de-Bas
05 90 99 18 15
La Banque Postale
Post office in Terre-de-Bas
Taxi rank
97136 - Terre-de-Bas
06 90 32 18 91
Taxi rank
97136 - Terre-de-Bas
06 90 72 82 23
Taxi rank
97136 - Terre-de-Bas
06 90 50 36 28
Airport
Morne Mamiel, Les Abymes
05 90 21 71 71
Widdy Bordey
Taxi rank in Terre-de-Bas
Daniel Morvan
Taxi rank in Terre-de-Bas
Soleil des Iles
Taxi rank in Terre-de-Bas
Aéroport de Pointe-à-Pitre Le Raizet
Airport in Les Abymes
Post offices
Transport
Restaurant
Grande anse - Terre-de-Bas
05 90 99 81 83
Restaurant
Grande anse - Terre-de-Bas
05 90 99 83 69
Restaurant
Anse les Muriers - Terre-de-Bas
05 90 81 69 28
Restaurant
La Savane - Terre de Haut, 97137 Les Saintes
05 90 99 50 99
Restaurant
Guadeloupe
05 90 94 59 37
Opening times:

Monday: 09:30 AM – 03:00 PM, 06:30 PM – 09:30 PM
Tuesday: Fermé
Wednesday: 09:30 AM – 09:30 PM
Thursday: 09:30 AM – 09:30 PM
Friday: 09:30 AM – 09:30 PM
Saturday: 09:30 AM – 09:30 PM
Sunday: 09:00 AM – 09:30 PM

Restaurant
Rue Jean Calot - Guadeloupe
05 90 98 25 99
Chez Eugenette
Restaurant in Terre-de-Bas
Al a Belle Étoile
Restaurant in Terre-de-Bas
Les Muriers
Restaurant in Terre-de-Bas
Les Petits Saints
Restaurant in Terre-de-Haut
Le Débarcadère
Restaurant in Terre-de-Haut
Le Génois
Restaurant in Guadeloupe
Meal delivery
97136 - Terre-de-Bas
05 90 81 69 28
Les Muriers
Meal delivery in Terre-de-Bas
Restaurants
Meal delivery
Doctor
97136 - Terre-de-Bas
05 90 99 82 01
Doctor
97136 - Terre-de-Bas
05 90 92 78 34
Chemist
97137 - Terre-de-Haut
05 90 99 52 48
Hospital
Morne Aimant, - Trois-Rivières
05 90 92 94 00
Hospital
Rue Babin Saint-Sauveur 97130, Capesterre Belle Eau
05 90 55 99 00
Hospital
97100, Avenue Gaston Feuillard - Basse-Terre
05 90 80 54 54

Emergency Medical Assistance : 15
Police Emergency Service : 17
Fire Brigade : 18
Violences Femmes Info (helpline for female victims of violence) : 3919
European Emergency Service : 112

Louis-Jacques Colombani
Doctor in Terre-de-Bas
Albert Dorville
Doctor in Terre-de-Bas
Pharmacie des Saintes
Chemist in Terre-de-Haut
Clinique La Violette
Hospital in Trois-Rivières
Hôpital Local de Capesterre-Belle-Eau
Hospital in Capesterre-Belle-Eau
Centre Hospitalier de Basse Terre
Hospital in Basse-Terre

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