A riot of colors, a sea breeze, beautiful landscapes, transparent water — these are just some of the reasons why you should visit Guadeloupe. Each of the yachting enthusiasts who at least once flows into this place, always falls in love with its beauty.
Guadeloupe is a group of islands of volcanic and coral origin in the Lesser Antilles archipelago. Its shape resembles a butterfly, which perfectly reflects its character — it is full of contrasts, colors and various attractions. Geographically, it is divided into two parts, which divide the narrow strip of water. The greater part - Basse-Terre has mountainous terrain, is full of waterfalls and rivers, while Grande-Terre is characterized by a lowland landscape with beautiful beaches.
The popularity of this place is primarily influenced by nature - diverse, lush and colorful. Contrary to appearances, its beauty can be seen not only while relaxing on one of the white or brown beaches — Guadeloupe is a place where we will admire the impressive cliffs, take a walk between the treetops or set off on a mountain trip. De Bas du Fort is a popular marina in Guadeloupe.
The most famous attractions of the region include La Soufrière volcano, the holiday village of Sainte Anne with views of the lagoon and the National Park where you can admire the true richness of nature
The sailing season in the Caribbean lasts from November to May — sailing in the remaining months is quite risky, because you can come across unexpected hurricanes. Weather in Guadeloupe can be considered friendly for sailors — it does not change dynamically, it is the same throughout the year. The air temperature oscillates between 25 and 30 Celsius degrees, while the water temperature reaches about 25 Celsius degrees.