Guadeloupe is proud of its unique culture—formed from its diverse background (African, European, Indian, and American). Visitors travel from far and wide to experience its charming, fascinating, and one-of-a-kind architecture, cultural events, food, and music.
With such a wealth of influences to draw on, Guadeloupe has so many different sides and there’s always something new to see and do.
The resurgence of Indian rites, African history, and the traditional dances of the 17th-century settlers attracts visitors who return time and again—sometimes they stay for good.
Culture is alive and well in the streets of Guadeloupe, not just in its museums. Its literature, music, paintings, and crafts offer a glimpse into this complex yet exciting world. Just prick up your ears, sharpen your senses, open your heart, and you’re bound to fall in love with this amazing place.