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.
La Bonifière is located in Saint Claude, which means those visiting this part of Guadeloupe will have the benefit of easy access to this museum during their time there. You can expect little traffic surrounding the museum, especially as there is such a modest selection of places to stay in the vicinity.
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La Bonifière is well located for travelers wanting to pick from a fair number of local food and beverage options. The most nearby place to eat is, which serves French food. Also within a short distance, you and your companions will have options such as and where you might test out Italian meals and experience the culture of Guadeloupe.
The daily schedule for the museum is not readily available, meaning that your top chance at success is calling in advance to confirm the institution is going to be operating when you want to head over.
Show up at this attraction with plans to pay for the price of admission, which you can determine by calling beforehand.
Phone Number: (059) 080-0605
Location: Mangofil Parc, Saint Claude, Basse-Terre
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