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White sand, coconut trees, turquoise lagoons... Let yourself go in the fascinating Grande-Terre. You will be seduced by the multiple facets of this island. At the heart of markets, diurnal as well as nocturnal, you will discover the colors and the fragrances of the Caribbean. Aquatics, terrestrials or aerials, many activities are available to suit your desires. And, because Grande-Terre is not only beaches... museums, concerts and exhibitions will make you thrill at the rhythm of the West Indies. Farniente, gastronomy, entertainment, astonishing hikes, everything will fascinate you in Grande-Terre !
Majestic, la Vieille Dame -as we like to call the Soufrière volcano- dominates Basse-Terre. On the steep slopes, rivers and waterfalls cross the tropical forest and offer a show of a mind-blowing nature.There are also beaches where the complete color palette of sand is available: black, white, gold as well as pink.. Historically, its is the first island inhabited by the Europeans, and its heritage is as rich as its nature.
Surrounded by the Atlantic, this surprising archipelago seems to challenge the large powerful ocean. Staring from the Pointe Doublé, where a lighthouse is raised, an 11 kilometers stretch allows you to grasp the beauty of La Désirade. Discover its two natural reserves: on one hand, a geological reserve of the semi-precious stones, on the other hand, Petite-Terre islands offers the Robinson dream. Grab a punch, made with cashew syrup, on Fifi beach and enjoy the sweetness of the desired island.
Erected south of Basse-Terre, this archipelago is formed by nine islands, two of which are inhabited. Les Saintes offers astounding landscape: Terre-de-Haut is part of the club of UNESCO’s most beautiful bays in the world club, and its fishing boats enrich this beautiful Caribbean décor! Whoever comes to les Saintes cannot leave without tasting its famous traditional pastry: the Tourment d'Amour...
“La galette” (the pancake) as we call it, is a land of authenticity. Travelers will be able to enjoy its white sand beaches and turquoise waters, as well as its rum distilleries “savoir faire”. In Marie-Galante, it is not unusual to bump into oxcarts transporting sugar canes, the island has been successful in keeping its traditions. Enjoy the sunset with a Ti-Punch at Henri's in Saint-Louis, or at Sunset in Grand Bourg. Do not forget to taste a Bébélé which is probably going to make you want to stay in the charming Marie-Galante...