coo***anMost of it is the collection of Mr Clerc, who got the ball rolling on pre-European history. Many of the exhibits are not well explained and repetitive, but much is in English and this is the only game in town if you want to learn something of the original inhabitants. In all, it’s very OK. A visit is an hour, max...more like 30 minutes unless you’re really into the topic. Good toilet. Not worth a special trip but if you’re touring the north part of Grande-Terre, you should visit.
M48***13Port Louis is the most important seaport in Mauritius. It has a history of more than 500 years. This is not only an important maritime traffic port in Mauritius, but also a famous historical and cultural attraction. It represents the history of Mauritius for nearly 500 years and is one of the must-visit places in Mauritius.
#deshaies is a small area with few beaches in the western island of Guadeloupe - Basse-Terre. Here are one of the few resorts and also many of the best beaches which are very quite normally. This place is far from the main city Pointe-a-Pitre. By bus you will need up to 2 hours to reach it so be patient and also is good to know that the transport on Basse-Terre is not very regular and fast.
This is the small uninhabited island called Ilet du Gosier. It is located just across the largest city on the island of Guadeloupe - Pointe-a-Pitre. There is regular boat service every 30min from the beaches in Le Gosier. Another island of European Union much closer to Florida, than to France, but part of France.
One of my favourite destinations I've ever traveled to is the island of Guadeloupe. It is located in the Carribbean far away from Europe, but is part of France. People say for the americans this is the easiest way to visit France, because is 3h away from Florida. The pictures are from the Sainte-Anne town in Grand Terre - #guadeloupe . The stunning beaches and the creole culture make an unique mixture of modern and traditional, european and american... It is another place I fell in love with!