Petite Terre Islands - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Petite Terre Islands
Petite Terre Islands are two small beautiful uninhabited islands located about to the south-east of the island of Grande-Terre with an area is 1.68 km². One of the beautiful green locations which were flourished with natural; beauty and also you can spend a good time here. It offers a calm and quiet climate and its beach is very beautiful and a nice bath on this beach will rejuvenate your mind and body.
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Attractions Near Petite Terre Islands
Plage des Raisins Clairs
18.22km from Petite Terre Islands
The Raisins Clairs beach is a sandy beach protected by a coral reef, located at St. Francis in Guadeloupe. A slave cemetery was unearthed on the beach in 2013. This beach is of a strip of white sand and a lagoon delimited by a coral reef. A rather calm beach, ideal for adults and children.
Plage de Bois Jolan
25.89km from Petite Terre Islands
The beach Bois Jolan is a sandy beach of about 1 km to the east of St. Anne in Guadeloupe. With emerald green waters, the beach is surrounded by the coral reef. It is next to Sainte-Anne beach located to its west. It is a very large wild beach of fine white sand, it stretches for about a kilometer, well shaded by coconut trees. It is one of the ideal places for family trips and also the natural charm of Bois Jolan beach will seduce you.
Plage de la Caravelle
30.16km from Petite Terre Islands
Plage de la Caravelle is a beautiful beach which was located in Sainte-Anne, in Guadeloupe. It is renowned for being one of the most beautiful beaches in Guadeloupe, made of white sand, and lined with coconut palms. Also known as Club Méditerranée beach, it is accessed by a path that borders the beach and runs alongside the Club. The first part is very windy and is the domain of windsurfers, the second part is protected from the winds. A nice place to spend your holidays.
Îlet du Gosier
40.23km from Petite Terre Islands
The islet of Gosier is an islet one kilometer long and located a few hundred meters off the town of the same name, Gosier in Guadeloupe. it has been under the protection of the Coastal Conservatory to ensure its preservation. This islet is uninhabited but stands out for the presence of the Gosier lighthouse located at the southern tip. This uninhabited islet offers an incredible view of the Datcha beach and Basse-Terre island.
Plage de la Datcha
40.72km from Petite Terre Islands
La Datcha beach is a fine sand municipal beach located in the heart of the village of Gosier, in Guadeloupe. It faces the islet of Gosier and is very busy even during the week and famous for its night lighting until 11 pm. You can spend some beautiful time here and It is the ideal place for diving and observing the seabed or for kayaking or snorkeling.
Fort Fleur d'épée
42.77km from Petite Terre Islands
Fort Fleur d'Épée is located in the hills of Bas-du-Fort, in the municipality of Le Gosier which was listed on the supplementary inventory of Historic Monuments. It was built from 1750 to 1763 to a polygonal plan by Vauban in the heights above the town of Gosier. It is composed of underground passages leading to small rooms. The powder magazine and the kitchen with its oven are still clearly visible. The vast corridors occasionally host various art exhibitions throughout the year.
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Guadeloupe is also known as the Butterfly Island, on account of the shape of two of its major islands, and is a overseas region of France in the Caribbean.