La Bonifière

A historic mill today serves as the largest coffee grinder on the island. The property dates back to 1760 and although tours are currently on hold, visitors are still welcome to stop by and explore on their own.


Coffee and chocolate are the two main products created here. You can view the chocolate workshop as well as learn about local coffee traditions and the processes it takes to make both.

Staying Close

Saint Claude is a good option for those wishing to visit La Bonifière, since guests staying in this region of Guadeloupe will have easy access to this museum for the duration of their trip. With only a few accommodations around the neighborhood around La Bonifière, only a little foot movement might be bargained for.

Hotels near La Bonifière
Hotel Type Distance Direction
Hotel St. George Hotel -- --
Hotel la Croisière Hotel -- --
Hotel de Recroy Hotel -- --

Location and What's Nearby

La Bonifière is a terrific option for travelers hoping to find a fair number of food and drink options nearby. The most nearby restaurant is Table d'hôte Le Petit Parc, which has a menu full of French dishes. Ho Fip-Sang and Le Cabanon are additional food and drink options. At Le Cabanon you and your party might try a bite of Italian meals and experience the Guadeloupe culture.


Operating Hours

Give the museum a call ahead of time to get the exact hours of operation.


For price of admission, you should call La Bonifière ahead of time to find out if they charge, and if so, how much.

Contact Information

Phone Number: (059) 080-0605

Location: Mangofil Parc, Saint Claude, Basse-Terre


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