Economic activities are mainly agriculture and fishing, and tourism.
The town of Anse Bertrand is known for its scenic landscape. Its high cliffs and beautiful beaches are impressive.
Opened in 1985, it is one of the most visited locations in Guadeloupe. It has the largest collection of sea creatures in the entire Caribbean.
Shopping at Destreland:
This educational tour would not be complete without the opportunity to shop at the island’s largest mall
Slide 13: Fort Delgrès:
It was the site of the French-English battle for Guadeloupe, and also the site of the Guadeloupean anti-slavery uprising against led by Louis Delgrès. It was recognized as a historical monument in 1977.
9km away from Pointe-à-Pitre, Gosier is a beautiful coastal town in Grande-Terre
Marie-Galante, referred to as the island of 100 windmills is a smaller island located 30km to the southeast of mainland Guadeloupe.
Le Moule is on Grand-Terre Island which is a limestone plateau. The city extends along the north shore of the Atlantic coast, 51 km northeast of Pointe-a-Pitre. Its relief has an exceptional quality of life that is benefited first by the people, then agriculture and tourism.
Musée St John Perse:
This three-level municipal museum occupies an attractive 19th-century colonial building and is dedicated to the renowned poet and Nobel laureate Alexis Leger (1887–1975), better known as St-John Perse. The house offers a glimpse of a period Créole home and displays on Perse’s life and work.
This is Guadeloupe’s largest city and economic capital
Pointe des châteaux:
The Pointe des châteaux is a peninsula that extends into the Atlantic Ocean from the Eastern coast of the island of Grande-Terre, in Guadeloupe.
Port Louis is located in the North East of Grande-Terre.
Located to the East of Gosier, Sainte Anne is reputed for its numerous tourism-related activities.
Basseterre is the administrative capital of Guadeloupe. Located in the southwest of Guadeloupe, the town lies at the bottom of the Soufriere volcano.
Pointe de la Vigie:
6 kilometres (3.7 mi) northeast of Anse-Bertrand, it is the northernmost point of the island of Grande-Terre