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Weather today


Light Rain
max. 30 °C
 
min. 23 °C

Wind: 3 km/h
Precipitation forecast: 6 mm
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Data updated at 00:29 (local time)
At that time, the weather was:
Partly Cloudy 23 °C / Partly Cloudy
 

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When to go to Grande-Terre? (Guadeloupe)


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JuneNC2531223314514
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SeptemberNC2531193325019
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NovemberNC2430193220017
DecemberNC2329183115016


What to do in Grande-Terre : Tips, places, hotels and restaurants


Grande-TerreIs part of Guadeloupe, Grande-Terre is more populated than Basse-Terre her neighbor in the west and has about 197,000 inhabitants. It also has a drier climate with less vegetation provided and lowest terrain. Its chalky soil is very favorable for sugar cane cultivation and its coastline offer great shade of white sand beaches and coconut palms, turquoise lagoons, and beautiful surf spots. Several natural sites inevitably attract the traveler: the Pointe des Chateaux, with its caves and rocks beaten by the winds, the cliffs of the Grande Vigie, the Grands Funds and their green pastures, but Pointe-à-Pitre and markets with spices and flowers, and its lively places. You can also visit Gosier, south, became the first resort of the archipelago, with its resorts, bars and shops; St. Francis, former fishing village, now very touristy, with its beautiful colored boxes and beautiful lagoon; Le Moule, built on a Native American site, and its authentic charm; Anse Bertrand where do beautiful hikes between isolated coves and beautiful beaches such as Anse du Souffleur, to small villages and fishing ports like Petit-Canal and Port Louis. Is accessed by Grande-Terre Airport Pointe-à-Pitre and several shipping companies also provide links with Martinique, Dominica, the Saintes, Marie Galante and Saint Lucia. To move around the island, you have a choice of buses, taxis or stop (very practiced here), unless you prefer to rent a car, which is a good idea as the roads of Great Earth are quite good and well maintained.



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