Travel to Guadeloupe

Pointe a Pitre

La Pointe-à-Pitre is a French commune located in the department of Guadeloupe. The city is at the center of a vast urban area. It has a population of 314,647 inhabitants. Since 2007, the city is the only sub-prefecture of Guadeloupe, Pointe-à-Pitre is also the capital of the Pointe-à-Pitre district.


The economy of Pointe-à-Pitre is organized around three axes. Many stores exist in the city center where convenience stores are highly developed in this part of the city, with several shops selling clothes. Then, tourism is also an expanding economic sector in Point-à-Pitre. And that with the traffic linked to the airport. And finally, public service jobs are also highly developed. And this with the services of the sub-prefecture, the university and the hospitals.

Tourist attractions

In Pointe-à-Pitre, tourism is one of the best sectors of economic activity. The tourist sites are numerous with attractions which have a real notoriety.

Rue St-John Perse

It's a street named after the French diplomat St-John Perse. In this street there are several shops to visit with jewelry stores and others for a better stay. A successful visit to Point-à-Pitre requires walking this street.

Le Gosier

Le Gosier is a beautiful seaside town with a large marina which is very popular with tourists. Comfort is essential in this city and that with boat trips for couples in love it will be an unforgettable experience.

The Guadeloupe Aquarium

It is an aquarium which is ranked among the best French aquariums. And this with a variety of about sixty species of fish that provide pleasant moments of visits and discovery. The aquarium is located in Le Gosier and offers a rich marine life with a very popular museum.

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