Named for the Bologna family that migrated from the Netherlands in the 17th and 18th centuries, Distillerie Bologne is a major rum producer on the island to this day, and encourages visitors to tour the property and see how the popular beverage is made.
Consider staying in Basse Terre if you plan on visiting Distillerie Bologne Tours, since travelers to this part of Guadeloupe will be excited to have easy access to this distillery throughout their trip. The area around this distillery remains relatively quiet, particularly since there is such a limited selection of lodgings in the vicinity.
|Hotel||2.3 mi. (2.7 km)||SE|
|Hotel St. George||Hotel||2.4 mi. (2.0 km)||ENE|
There are a good number of eateries to select from in the area nearby this distillery. The closest eatery is Le Jazzy's and where you and your group will want to eat some Chinese food and enjoy the culture of Guadeloupe., which offers Italian meals. Also within a short distance, you'll find restaurants including
Visitors are encouraged to visit Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. They also welcome visitors on Saturdays February through July.
Arrive at this destination ready to give over the price of admission, which you can determine by calling ahead of time.
Phone Number: (059) 081-1207
Location: Rivière des Pères, Basse Terre, Basse-Terre
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