Guadeloupe

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Guadeloupe sometimes known as the Butterfly Island, on account of the shape of two of its major islands, is a group of islands in the eastern Caribbean, and is a French overseas department. It is located southeast of Puerto Rico.

 

Marina Bas du Fort in Guadeloupe

(The Marina Bas du Fort, a popular tourist destination)

 

Basse Terre: green and lush vegetation, mountainous with a sulphuric volcano.

 

Grande Terre: flat and dry with a lot of beaches, some of them very touristic.

 

Marie Galante: It is  the biggest island out of mainland Guadeloupe. The island provides the authentic Caribbean life style, a colorful charm, uncountable white sandy beaches, lagoons protected by coral reefs - warranties for a serene and calm stay.

 

Les Saintes: composed of Terre de Haut and Terre de Bas, one of the most beautiful bays, with wonderful sunsets, terrific restaurants, nice beaches and an atmosphere where time stops.

 

La Désirade: dry and cliffy

 

Petite Terre:  The island is uninhabited

 

 

 

 

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