Guadeloupe Beaches - From ebony white sands to dazzling black sands, Guadeloupe's beaches offer plenty of opportunities for sunbathing, nature hikes, boating and other tourist activities. Public beaches are free and you'll find many are within easy reach of area hotels and resorts. Spend your days exploring the coral formations, head off on a nature hike, watch the waves crash on the beach or enjoy a boat tour of the region.
Location: Leeward Islands Lesser AntillesLanguage: FrenchCurrency: EuroSize: 629 square miles (1,628 square km)Weather: Average annual temperature is 79°F with annual highs in the upper 80s and lows in the upper 60s.
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Famous for its stunning sands, beautiful waters and home to several magnificent beaches, the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe is an idyllic destination to enjoy some natural coastlines, explore nature preserves and just relax on one of the many manmade or natural beaches. The sugary sands of the south and near-black sands of the north provide a wealth of opportunities for sunbathing, nature hikes and just enjoying the sunset. Guadeloupe's Plage Malendure was voted one of the 'Top 10 Beaches We Love' by the Weather Channel in 2011.