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La plage de Grande Anse
Long and over a mile arc extending from the tip Breton north to the tip of Gros Morne south is the longest beach of Guadeloupe. Golden sand of volcanic origin caramel color contrast with the lush vegetation of coconut palms and sea grapes and a pond on one side and the sea on the other. The pond located in the eastern part is powered by the Mitan River, occasionally, following heavy rainfall breaks the dune line of the beach, by contacting the sea with the body of water becomes brackish.
It is the most visited of the town of Deshaies.
My Guadeloupe Islands, a new experience in the F.W.I (French West Indies)
An experience unlike any other, tranquility in paradise.