Perfect Beaches in Gorgeous Guadeloupe
The Guadeloupe Islands are a well-known vacation spot for the French, but still relatively unknown to Americans.
The small overseas territory of the Caribbean is full of history, culture, and natural wonders.
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Explore The Best Beaches of Guadeloupe!
1. Perfect beaches: the best beaches in Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe is an intriguing French-Caribbean island that has become increasingly popular with American tourists in recent years, thanks to some extremely affordable airfares from the northeast. An archipelago comprising five islands - Basse-Terre, Grande-Terre, Marie-Galante, Les Saintes, and La Desirade - Guadeloupe is easily explored by ferry or private boat, with each island revealing its own unique character and natural beauty.
The original name of Guadalupe is Karukera, which means land of beautiful waters, and throughout this archipelago, you will find more than 270 ocean beaches and lagoons, all public and almost all spectacular. These are some of the best beaches on the five main islands of Guadeloupe.
2. Plage de la Perle, Deshaies, Basse-Terre
This stretch of white sand beach in Deshaies, Basse-Terre, is protected by a coral reef, but sometimes the waves can be a bit choppy. Also known as Pearl Beach, it is a family favorite and offers a selection of small local restaurants known as "lolos" on the beach. The Fort Royal hotel is nearby.
3. Plage Malendure, Bouillante, Basse-Terre
This volcanic black sand beach also serves as a starting point for diving trips due to its proximity to the Cousteau Reserve and the Pigeon Islands. The beach itself is also very popular with snorkelers. End your day at Le Rocher de Malendure beach, an excellent restaurant overlooking the volcanic sands, or find a simpler snack in a handful of beach huts.
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