MICHELIN Travel Discover the world
Home > > > > Tourist attractions

Leaving for Guadeloupe


Modify the search

Tourist attractions

Green Guide Stars

Green Guide Stars




Star rating

Tourist attractions Guadeloupe

Enlarge map

Sort by :

  • distance
  • rating
  • 1 Maison de la Banane de Trois-Rivières

    Museums and art

    La Regrettée (près de la N 1 au nord de Trois-Rivières)

    Located in a former planter's house, this welcoming little museum explains everything about the banana, its history, uses and economics. Nearby, the neighbouring plantation's banana bunches are processed using a 3.5km-long cableway production line. A..

  • 2 Carmel Quarter

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Rue de la République

    South Basse-Terre's historic Carmel quarter is proud to have several remarkable buildings. On Place du Champ-d'Arbaud, note the Conseil Général and Palais de Justice buildings by early 20C architect Ali Tur, emphasising the authority of the colonial ..

  • 3 La Bonifierie

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Morin, route de Choisy

    A bonifierie is a processing plant where coffee beans are separated from their pulp before drying. The Espérance plantation is an old 18C coffee estate; a rebuilt mill with its huge water wheel powers a "déceriseuse", separating coffee bean..

  • 4 Shell Museum

    Museums and art

    . Route des Plaines

    The museum has a magnificent collection of 4 000 specimens gathered from around the world. These are explained by an enthusiastic guide who provides plenty of surprising anecdotes on the lives of molluscs.

  • 5 Casa Vanille

    Museums and art

    . Acomat

    A visit here reveals the mysteries of the vanilla plant, a member of the orchid family, the pods of which rely on man for the individual pollination of each flower. From here, it is an easy stroll to the Saut d'Acomat waterfall.

  • 6 Saut d'Acomat

    Nature and gardens

    Saut d'Acomat is a waterfall cascading into a splendid natural pool of iridescent reflections, the ideal spot for a refreshing dip. It is easily reached on foot; resist the temptation to dive in, the rocks can be dangerous.

  • 7 Orchid Park

    Nature and gardens

    723 . route de Trou Caverne

    Dedicated to the orchid in all its multifarious shapes and colours, this park has over 400 varieties. These beautiful flowers enliven the lush gardens where numerous tropical species grow. The Orchid Park doesn't come for nothing: your visit has to b..

  • 8 Pointe du Gouvernail

    Nature and gardens

    Around Terre-de-Bas are some renowned dive sites suitable for beginners. Pointe du Gouvernail allows divers to follow a craggy overhang downwards. The rock-strewn bottom is home to abundant sealife: barracudas, angelfish, triggerfish and turtles. Fro..

  • 9 Sec Pâté

    Nature and gardens

    Sec Pâté is renowned as one of the best dive sites in the Caribbean. This underwater mountain lies in the middle of the Les Saintes channel, and is consequently especially subject to winds and currents. Not for beginners.

  • 10 Terre-de-Bas

    Nature and gardens

    Terre-de-Bas is one of the most peaceful spots in the Antilles. No scooters, few tourists; it is the ideal place to enjoy nature and the beaches. Grande-Anse is the island's finest, its pale sand fringed by coconut trees. If spending a few days here,..

  • 11 Poisson Distillery

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    . Habitation Edouard. Rameau

    Founded in 1870, the distillery produces the famous Père Labat rum. Visitors can see the manufacturing process and buy products from the shop. Characterised by its unique bouquet, the aged rum is one of Guadeloupe's finest.

  • 12 Bézard Windmill

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Operational from 1814 to 1941, the windmill, with its pointed roof, grinding mechanism and tiller allowing the sails to be in the wind, has been entirely restored.

  • 13 Notre Dame du Calvaire Chapel

    Religious buildings

    To the east of Beauséjour, a fairly challenging climb leads to the Chapelle Notre-Dame-du-Calvaire, built in 1905, where the Good Friday procession would conclude. The panoramic view over the Way of the Cross is magnificent, taking in the south coast..

  • 14 La Caravelle Beach

    Nature and gardens

    Coconut trees shading white sand, clear waters: this beach to the west of Sainte-Anne is a picture-postcard of paradise. La Caravelle is the site of a Club Med resort, but this is not to its detriment and it should not be missed. The long beach at th..

  • 15 Vieux-Habitants Coffee Museum

    Industrial tourism and theme park

    Le Bouchu

    Café Chaulet is Guadeloupe's main coffee brand, and the driving force behind this museum, where visitors can follow the history of coffee on the island since its introduction in 1720. The process of grain selection and the different stages of process..

Top of page