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The island is nicknamed "The Butterfly Island" because of its two distinct parts Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre. The island of Guadeloupe represents a true basin of culture and beauty. The wild nature of Basse-Terre blending with the social life of Grande-Terre makes a strong mutual inspiration radiating to the rest of the world.

The Route du Rhum is an event not to be missed if you are visiting Guadeloupe. This transatlantic race takes place every 4 years and gathers competitors from all over the world. Read our article to know more about it !

Take on the ultimate cycling challenge while exploring Guadeloupean culture and hospitality. Join us for an unforgettable experience combining sport, nature and discovery in the heart of a tropical paradise.

When we evoque Guadeloupe, we think of coconut trees, beaches, turquoise waters and we often forget one of the historical specialties of the island: rhum! However, it is an integral part of the local Creole culture and many distilleries are active producing a high quality alcohol. If the Route du Rhum passes through Guadeloupe it is not by chance...

Inaugurated on May 10, 2015 in Pointe-à-Pitre, Guadeloupe, the Centre Caribéen d'Expressions et de Mémoire de la Traite et de l'Esclavage (Caribbean Center for Expressions and Remembrance of the Slave Trade and Slavery) represents the most ambitious place of memory ever dedicated to slavery.

Guadeloupe is a tourist destination renowned for its local Creole cuisine. It draws its inspiration from a gastronomic diversity that links African, Indian and European cuisines.

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