Pointe de la Grande Vigie
Route de la Grande Vigie 97121 Anse-Bertrand, Anse-Bertrand, Guadeloupe
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The Pointe de la Grande Vigie is the northernmost point of the Grande-Terre, in Guadeloupe, about six kilometers from Anse-Bertrand, common to which it is attached. Its limestone cliffs reach 80 meters in height and are reminiscent of those of Normandy or Brittany. Exposed to the wind and spray, the vegetation is poor, xerophilic, reminiscent of the Mediterranean. One of the beautiful locations where nature gives you a treat and it offers impressive views of Grande-Terre's lowlands to the south
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