Pearl of the Antilles

45 minutes by sea from Pointe-à-Pitre, Marie-Galante offers itself to you and with it, countless riches. A haven of peace preserved by urbanization, the island offers exceptional natural spaces with paradise beaches, fantastic landscapes which are calls for rest and relaxation for some, and sporting activities, land or water for others. The island is home to three towns that are worth visiting: Saint-Louis, Grand-Bourg and Capesterre-de-Marie-Galante, typical mills, distilleries... impossible to get bored!

Wonderful Guadeloupe

If you have set foot on the island of Marie-Galante, it is a safe bet that you have, or will spend some time in Guadeloupe, or rather on one of the Guadeloupe islands. strong>7 islands of the archipelago. French Overseas Department, it is bordered by the Caribbean Sea on the one hand, the Atlantic Ocean on the other hand, and offers those who visit it exceptional moments. The Pointe des châteaux, the famous crayfish waterfall, the Soufrière, the typical markets, the dream beaches... the list of things to do is long, so long that you will most certainly have difficult choices to make!

If you want to discover Pointe-à-Pître, the main city of Guadeloupe, do not hesitate to visit the site where you will find all the information on the city.

The distilleries of Marie-Galante

Historically known for the sugar cane culture, Marie-Galante is obviously renowned for its tasty rum which should be consumed in moderation. The small island is home to three distilleries that can be visited. Bielle, Labat, or Bellevue Distillery, rum will soon have no more secrets for you.

Turtle beach

By staying at Kawann Village, you can't escape it. Literally “turtle” in Creole, your place of residence honors the majestic marine animal. Leaving the village, cross the small national forest and arrive at the Folle Anse Beach where at nightfall, the sea turtles come and lay their eggs.