Marie Galante - ROAD BOOK

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Go explore the island of Marie Galante, "the island of 100 mills" freely and at your own pace! Turnkey, equipped with your Roadbook, discover this authentic island, full of charm.

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Discover the island of Marie Galante in complete freedom!

Turnkey, equipped with your Roadbook, you visit the 100 mills island at your own pace.

Located in the center of the arch of the Lesser Antilles, Marie Galante, "the island of 100 Moulins" is the largest dependency of Guadeloupe.


This island of 158km² and approximately twelve thousand inhabitants, will amaze you with its authenticity, linked to its many historical relics, its smiling and endearing population and the beauty and diversity of its landscapes.


An exceptional island where one has the impression that time has stopped, where life takes a different rhythm and where traditions are unveiled in the open for your greatest pleasure. Marie-Galante is a true jewel that is undoubtedly worth the detour, she is the worthy representative of the charm and authenticity of the West Indies!


On the program: With your Road Book, browse, flying in hand, at your own pace, this varied territory where you are suggested: the market town, housing Murat and other typical places of exception, extensive sand as far as the eye can see and turquoise water at 27 ° C. 

Take the opportunity to make many stops, take more secret routes, guided by your Road Book throughout the day with a stop for lunch at the water's edge.



USEFUL INFORMATION


Included: Pointe-à-Pitre boat ticket (A / R) - Marie Galante, car + fuel on site

Appointment: 7h45, Port of Pointe à Pitre, Express ticket office of the islands.

To envisage: Swimwear, sunscreen, hat, camera

Available : The Road Book

Terms : Permit B


Possibility to book a transfer with your hostess Coeur des îles directly on site





Our excursions are guaranteed subject to availability.

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