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Les Saintes: The most picturesque islands of the Guadeloupe Archipelago
 
L'Ilet a Caret in the Grand Cul de Sac Marine Reserve in the North of Guadeloupe
 
Fort Napoleon in Les Saintes
 
Boat at Grande Anse
 
The most picturesque islands of the Guadeloupe Archipelago: two are inhabited, seven are not. They encircle one of the world’s most beautiful bays: lined with palm fringed white sand beaches and quaint fishing villages. The majority of the 3,000 inhabitants – many of them young, fair-skinned blonds – are emigrants from Brittany and Normandy. Colorful cafes and beach bars have turned the island into a little Caribbean St. Tropez.
Location: 8 miles south of Basse Terre.

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