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Plage des Amandiers

Plage des Amandiers, Sainte-Rose, Guadeloupe

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About Plage des Amandiers

Plage des Amandiers is a golden sand beach of almost 1 kilometer located to the west of Sainte-Rose, in Guadeloupe. It is located between Pointe Madame and Pointe à Latanier.  There you will find six sheltered huts for the picnic, a rather calm sea for swimming, and above all a sanitary block with showers to rinse off. In terms of security, the beach is slightly enclosed which limits the size of the waves during strong swells but be careful, there is no monitoring station.



Attractions near Plage des Amandiers

Plage de Cluny3.28km from Plage des Amandiers

Plage de Cluny is a beautiful beach on the Caribbean Sea, located west of Sainte-Rose and east of Deshaies in Guadeloupe. The sandy beach, about km long separated into two separate units of 500  m each by an outcrop of rocks, is a nesting site for marine turtles as is the islet at Kahouanne - named after the turtle. Caouanne located opposite the west. One of the beautiful places where you can spend a beautiful evening and also a place which is flourished of natural beauty.

Plage de Grande Anse7.74km from Plage des Amandiers

The Grand Anse Beach is one of the most important beaches of Guadeloupe, situated in the locality of Ziotte two kilometers north of the town of Deshaies. Over a kilometer long and in the shape of an arc stretching from Pointe le Breton in the north to the Pointe du Gros Morne in the south, it is the longest beach in the Guadeloupe archipelago. Its golden caramel-colored sand contrasts with the lush vegetation composed of coconut palms and grapes and a pond on one side, and the sea on the other.

Jardin Botanique de Deshaies9.89km from Plage des Amandiers

The Deshaies Botanical Garden is a 7- hectare botanical garden located in Deshaies, Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe island.  From 1979 to 1986 it was the home of the French comedian Coluche, which had previously been populated with rare plants by Guy Blandin. Currently, the botanical garden houses more than 1000 species distributed along 1.5 kilometers of trails with 15 different areas. This park offers a wide range of plants and a panoramic view of the Caribbean sea.

Ilet Caret10.19km from Plage des Amandiers

The islet Caret is an uninhabited islet located in the Grand Cul-de-sac marine, off the town of Sainte Rose in Guadeloupe. It is about 120 meters long and around 20 meters wide on average. Its vegetation consists of small replanted palm trees as well as a few other plants. This white sand beach is partly made up of dead corals coming from the coral reef located a few hundred meters away. The islet itself is nothing more than a piece of sand that measures no more than a tennis court, but it is a

Plage de Petite Anse12.83km from Plage des Amandiers

The beach of Petite-Anse, less equipped than the other beaches of Anses-d'Arlet, has retained a typical appearance. Shallow and very warm water, clear sand, trees in the generous shade, sheltered from the wind, this beach is ideal for family relaxation and swimming in its shallow and blue water. There are also diving clubs and also you can perform several water adventure activities too.

Grand Cul-de-sac marin14.27km from Plage des Amandiers

The Grand Cul-de-sac Marin is a bay in Guadeloupe, located between the north coast of Basse-Terre and the west coast of Grande-Terre. It is closed off by coral reefs.  Its area reaches about 15,000  hectares. A coral reef almost completely closes the bay; it begins 5  km north of Sainte-Rose and stretches 14  km east towards Vieux-Bourg, passing near the Caret and Fajou islets. This is the reason why the bay is described as a lagoon in certain tourist brochures. This is a protected UNESCO Biosph

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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.