We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews main island day trip beautiful island rent a scooter nice beaches ferry ride grande terre cruise ship water taxi small village enjoy the view the entire island restroom facilities nearby islands saint francois pastries golf cart
Rent a scooter and see the entire island easily. Wonderful shops, delicious restaurants, friendly people, all just a ferry ride away. I consistently recommend this destination to friends who have loved it as well.
Guadeloupe including Les Saintes are French due to a storm hitting the British war ships - a pure coincidence! The impressive fortress was buildt by slaves. These are just 2 out of a number of pieces of information presented during the guided tours - in...More
Just get in the flow--- walk ,dont hire scooters you will miss the real Les Saintes,hire kayaks go to the un-inhabited island and experience one of the most beautiful views,great shopping,lazy lunches with every quality of food you can ask for
Choose your beach, and let time stand still. Swim with pelicans or snorkel and watch the sea life. Then eat glorious food or delicious iced. If you want to get around choose electric bikes or cars or scooters. Then make all your friends so jealous!
This is a beautiful quaint little island . We stayed two nights and really loved the people and the architecture and the food. The day tourists come and rent scooters and they are noisey and about run over people inorder to zoom around the island...More
Another beautiful hidden oasis in the Caribbean Sea. Had a wonder around the streets here reminded me of a little French village. Friendly people and cosy town. Plenty of tourist shops as always around the Caribbean but these actually offered more of a taste of...More
One of the loveliest bays is Les Saintes Bay in Terre-de-Haut. The further up the bluffs you go, the more picturesque the bay. The back drop of the village of Terre-de-Haut and its red-roof houses is an added bonus. This is a tender port for...More
Response from kathyp686 | Reviewed this property |
I'm sorry I don't remember the name. It was arranged by our cruise ship. The town itself is very walkable and the beach is very close. We walked around to the fort, up and down a few hills. We spent several hours just... More
I'm sorry I don't remember the name. It was arranged by our cruise ship. The town itself is very walkable and the beach is very close. We walked around to the fort, up and down a few hills. We spent several hours just lounging on the beach. It is not like a Hawaii beach, much more casual and you can rent chairs to sit in. We just sat on the sand. The water was very nice. People around us were going out in catamarans. There are little "cafes" along the beach and streets to stop and eat or have a drink. We were amazed at the number of roosters in Les Saintes! HaHa!!