You can reach Yacht Club de Saint François by calling VHF.
Yacht Club de Saint François is located in the south-east of Grand-Terre Island, about 36 km from Pointe-à-Pitre, in Saint François village. Stretching on a plateau along Pointe des Châteaux peninsula, Saint François offers spectacular views of La Désirade Island, a great snorkeling and diving
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Yacht Club de Saint François is located in Grande-Terre.
Grande-Terre is the Eastern side of the island Guadeloupe, a French oversea land belonging to the Leeward Islands, in the Caribbean Sea. The channel Rivièere Salée separates this part of the island from the other half which is called Basse-Terre. There are many touristic attractions that bring hundreds of visitors to Grande-Terre yearly.
These two sister islands share a long history; they were firstly inhabited by the Arawak tribes, until the arrival of the Caribs in the 8th century. The island’s first contact with the modern world is attributed to Cristopher Columbus’ expedition in the 15th century. Throughout the following three centuries, this land was subject to territorial disputes between the Spanish, the French and the British, until the Treaty of Vienna, confirmed France’s suzerainty over this region in 1815. Due to the overlapping cultures, the existing population is still comprised of mixed ethnicities and the preserved customs are a proof of the multiple civilizations which inhabited the area.
The greatest relief advantage of this region is its coral reef patrimony. This offers travelers the opportunity to go on a breathtaking sea trip to explore these natural wonders. Berth booking is affordable, and there are several options available at MarinaReservation.com. Other peculiarities of the Grande-Terre are its rich limestone composition, the spectacular rocky sight with bumping hills and the beaches covered in shiny white sand.
There are plenty other things to see around the island, and the dry climate makes it a suitable destination all year around. The most popular touristic areas in Grande-Terre are Saint-François, Saint Anne, and Gosier which host numerous resorts, restaurants, and cafés that can accommodate tourist groups, families and couples in a comfortable, friendly environment.
The most astonishing beaches of Grande-Terre are: the Chapelle beach in Anse-Bertrand, a white sand paradise, guarded by palm trees, the Anse Laborde Beach were tourists retreat to enjoy a quiet, relaxing afternoon, L’Autre Bord Beach in Le Moule, a wild and splendid view, the Grande Saine Beach in Saint- François, a never-ending strip of fine sand, Anse Souffleur with its pale fine sand. Most tourists choose sailing and berth booking which is the fastest way to visit more beaches in the same day.|
Other local attractions include the colored building of the Saint Pierre et Saint Paul Cathedral located in Point-a-Pitre, the archeological museum Edgar Clerc situated in Le Moule which owns an impressive collection of indigene artifacts, the lagoon of Porte d’Enfer or the Damoiseau Distillery located in Le Moule as well.
Grand-Terre is a great getaway place for couples or families who feel the need to enjoy a relaxing vacation far from the crowded city.
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