French overseas department Caribbean Sea , in the Caribbean Sea , the Guadeloupe archipelago is presented to you this : Basse Terre side , wild and mountainous , with its rainforest, waterfalls, rivers , beaches volcanic and fields of sugar cane ; across Grande Terre which is renowned for its beautiful sandy beaches , the quiet beauty of turquoise lagoons , but also to his spots popular with surfers …

The island ” beautiful waters ” has more than 50 beaches , some of which are among the finest in the world , dozens of kilometers of cliffs, about 70 waterfalls and rivers, over 100 km of trails in the rainforest walk , and many other places to discover .


Location of “les Villas Creoles”

What to do, see…

In the surrounding area...

    The Marina of Saint-François at 1,5 km,

    Beach at 70m,

    Restaurants at 500 m…

    International Golf and airfield at 1 km,

    Tourist Office at 1,5 km,

    The Casino (table games and slot machines) and a nightclub at 2 km…

In the city center of Saint François and at the Marina...

Many shops : greengrocers, supermarkets , pharmacies , bakeries , banks, boutiques , beauty, spa….

Markets :
– Local market every morning, on the Market Square,
– Night market on Tuesday evenings from 17h,
– Fish market in the fishing port…

Excursions :
– To the islands : Marie Galante – Les Saintes – La Désirade – Petite Terre
– Hiking – quad – buggy – 4×4
Contact our partner EXCURSION GUADELOUPE – – 06 90 74 80 57

Water activities : sailing, kite surfing, jet skiing , paddle, big game fishing , diving , boat rentals….
Contact our partner EXCURSION GUADELOUPE – – 06 90 74 80 57

Other activities : Horse Riding – Golf – first flight – ULM – Delta wing – Cycling – Quad…

A must see

LES SAINTES (from Saint François)
The Pearl of the Caribbean is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the world ! Water , landscapes, sea beds, semi- mountainous . … All is pleasing to the eye . Be sure to leave you surprised by the ” movie set ” of the city of Terre-de -Haut appearance , walk around the coast of Pain de Sucre to discover the fauna and flora, and treat yourself a trip to Fort Napoleon to soak up a comprehensive view of the bay and meet iguanas ( rest assured they ‘re pretty cool ) .
Good walkers , finally, do not miss the ride of Camel, 309 meters above sea level, with the key to what is certainly the best view on the island.


On the way to the Crossing : The cascade Crayfish is the most visited because the easiest way to access, parking will allow you to park to ask you this nice place in which to spend a few moments to enjoy the freshness .
Hardly 1O minutes walk to get to the waterfall, through a pleasant path laid out. We arrive on a small platform where you can see the waterfall without getting wet. If you feel like it , you can even swim … You can also get off the platform , stepping stones ( rolling) , to meet on the banks of the river which flows into the waterfall.


This event is the culmination of a year of preparation within very active associations that transcend social and racial divides. However the show is framed and disciplined. It begins and ends at a fixed time . Public balls are rare , except for the closing night of the event. Carnival starts on the Sunday after the Epiphany . The weekends are an opportunity to zouks , test rides during which time the school carnival games with great success. And the party really in full swing during the four days fat .

Soufriere is the burning heart of Guadeloupe. The ” Old Lady” named sulfurous fumaroles that escape , reminding one that this is a volcano in real activity, surrounded by his sisters equally turbulent : Scale , Cistern , Carmichael , etc … La Soufrière is also a huge water tank, whose slopes are 10 to 14 m of precipitation per year. If it inspires fear , the mountain also fascinated by the majesty of her figure and the beauty of its landscapes.

Cousteau reserve is a protected marine area formerly located mainly in the town of Boiling and partly on the Pointe -Noire on the coast – by- the-wind on the island Basse-Terre in Guadeloupe . About 400 acres around the Pigeon Islands , beachfront Malendure the area to protect the seabed and restrict fishing . The seabed around the Pigeon Islands include many species of coral, sea fans, brain Neptune , sponges , tropical fish and lobsters and sea turtles. During the months of January and February you can hear them singing humpback whales make their courtship offshore.