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This excellent beach is situated halfway between Deshaies and Ste-Rose. It is right by the road and easily accessible, with good parking. Although there are warning signs about swimming, it was absolutely fine when we were there. There were few other visitors, possibly because it...More
There are warnings of danger at this beach but we found plenty of people, children included enjoying the surf. The waves can be hefty as there is a drop off a few feet in, but great for body boarding or simply riding the waves. The...More
A must if you like big waves!
Sandy beach. Lots of crabs on the shore.
Cafeteria at the beach and on the very shore is also highly recommended despite very very slow service; the food was very good; fish costed 14eur with salads, rice.
Firstly, the NAME of the beach needs to be clarified. On all the maps and info. material in Guadeloupe, it is spelled as I wrote in the title above and is CLUGNY. As most of you must know French is the official language in Guadeloupe....More
We were visiting the Guadeloupe garden and on our back way we enjoyed this beach. The beach is very beautiful and clean, the sand is really thin and different than on the other part of the land :) Because of the voulcan you have the...More
We were staying in Deshaies and weren't particularly keen on the Plage de Grande Anse as there were too many people there for our liking. We got into the car and drove towards Sainte Rose. En route there are several almost deserted beaches which are...More