Sainte-Anne is one of the main resort town in Guadeloupe. Located on the southern coast of Grand-Terre, about twenty kilometers from Pointe-à-Pitre, this town is well-known for its magnificent white sand beaches and turquoise-blue water. The beach of La Caravelle is without a doubt the most famous, appearing on many postcards. The beach of Gros Sable is very popular with surfers. Water sports enthusiasts have a wide choice of activities: windsurfing, kitesurfing, paddle boarding, and full-day boat excursions.
The center of this seaside village is always lively. Stroll around the local market located along the beach and sample the various liqueurs (fluit-flavored rums), pastries and delicious local sorbets. You'll also find many restaurants along the beach, where you can dine at the water's edge.
The more untamed inland region will delight hikers. Immerse yourself in the Grands Fonds and discover this lush hilly region where century-old baobabs have weathered the storms.