Jardin botanique de Deshaies
Bourse des Vols
Beauport new
Paradoxe
Autolagon

Back Cove

Beach - Terre-de-Bas

This small sand beach is a quiet sanctuary frequented by vacationers and a few fisherman, who may be seen assiduously repairing their nets and fish traps, and working on their boats. From a small hill shaded by coconut palms, visitors enjoy a sweeping view of nearby Pointe Miquelon, the tip of Pointe du Gouvernail (“Rudder Point”), and the ocean, with Basse-Terre (Guadeloupe) in the background. Ships used Anse à Dos for loading and unloading operations until 1951 (the wharf remains), after which Grande-Anse took over as the island’s main port.

“Anse à dos“ in Terre-de-Bas (Guadeloupe), a well protected cove
“Anse à dos“ in Terre-de-Bas (Guadeloupe), a well protected cove
This small beach is very popular with fishermen
This small beach is very popular with fishermen
Magnificent panorama. In the foreground, Pointe Miquelon
Magnificent panorama. In the foreground, Pointe Miquelon
Anse à Dos (Terre-de-Bas). In the distance, Basse Terre island
Anse à Dos (Terre-de-Bas). In the distance, Basse Terre island
Les Heures Saines
Stand Up Paddle
Randonnée quad

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