Jardin botanique de Deshaies
Bourse des Vols
Beauport new
Paradoxe
Autolagon

Shell House

Architecture - Basse-Terre

Located on Rue de Nègre-Sans-Peur (“Fearless Negro” street), this 1780 dwelling is among the city’s loveliest old historic houses. It consists of two wings arranged in an “L” shape, connected by a curved staircase with stone banister posts. In the courtyard, out buildings and a creole garden bear witness to the quality of life of the time, in harmony with the indigenous vegetation, which is abundant in the city. This private property is classified as a historic monument.

 Maison Coquille - Basse-Terre: gate and building form a beautiful ensemble
Maison Coquille - Basse-Terre: gate and building form a beautiful ensemble
 House Coquille. Two buildings arranged in L, staircase with stone balusters
House Coquille. Two buildings arranged in L, staircase with stone balusters
 Basse-Terre, Maison Coquille, classified as a historical monument
Basse-Terre, Maison Coquille, classified as a historical monument
Rhum Bologne
Les Heures Saines
Stand Up Paddle
Randonnée quad

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