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Small, but worth seeing! This tiny market offers fresh local produce and a typical Caribbean atmosphere, away from the more bustling places like Fort de France. The vendors are sweet, welcoming, and the prices reasonable. We purchased most of our spices there.
The market in Sainte-Anne is only worth visiting if you happen to be in town. It is small, and consists of a mix of tourist traps, locally produced punch (rum with added taste like banana, orange, spices etc) and a small selection of fruits and...More
considering the lack of artisan shops in the island,this is the best choice. We went to several Marché in Guadeloupe where you are supposed to find hand craft stuff but they were all poor...in that one ypu can find many shops,with different stuff,wonderful dresses btw
The daily market in Ste. Anne is a fun mix of fresh fruit and juices, spices, flavored rum and jams, and lots of souvenirs. We would stop by each day to buy fruit and juice, grab some amazing French cheese and some cheap but delicious...More
Saint Anne is a lovely market to buy local things. Nice home made rhum cocktails from Agnes. They have ice cream which I did not try but are quite popular. There are plenty of fruits and veg stalls, spices, honey... but there is no meat...More
My sister and I were wandering around the open air markets, we happened to bump into Osette. She is a remarkable person, very friendly. I think she is the best among other vendors although I have to say the Guadeloupeans are genuinely friendly and nice....More
This was such a highlight for me! Walking through the market with the smell of fresh vanilla, spices and fruit . . . If only we could capture olfactory memories like we do images! The local fruit is the most delicious I've ever had! I...More