Aquarium de la Guadeloupe
Jardin botanique de Deshaies
Rhum Karukéra
Green Blue Houses
Casino Saint François
village du littoral
Beauport new
Paradoxe

Typical houses

Architecture - Port-Louis

Converted huts (1960s style) with galleries decorated with lace fringes that provide shade and an escape from the heat; so-called “up and down” houses with matching windows on each of their two floors; traditional houses, built in the 1930s and onward, with huge balconies all around the outside and pillars with basket-handle arches. You can see several typical houses while walking around town in the vicinity of Souffleur, Rue Schœlcher  and Rue Achille-René Boisneuf, for example. The former “Maison Maréchaux” on Rue Gambetta, which was renamed “Maison Christian Galpin” in 2007, now houses the Tourist Office.

 Former Maison Maréchaux housing the Tourist Office.
Former Maison Maréchaux housing the Tourist Office.
 Reinette House, Schoelcher Street
Reinette House, Schoelcher Street
 Typical house, rue Schœlcher
Typical house, rue Schœlcher
chemin bleu
madelia
kaladja
Le poisson d'or

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