One of a string of similar beaches, Anse St. Sauveur does not offer anything unique save its signature sand. Nonetheless, for those seeking as beach away from the tourism spots, than Anse St. Sauveur is an option.
Situated on the southeastern coast of the island of Basse-Terre, 2.8 miles south west of Capesterre, You should consider dropping by even if you aren't staying particularly close by. Families and groups of friends who decide to check out this beach will be able to escape the city's bustle without sacrificing the chance to meet new people.
Anse St. Sauveur can be found on the southeast of Western Guadeloupe, behind a neighborhood right where the highway N-1 and Alllee Saint Sauveur meet.
The beach may be away from tourist, but it can still get crowded. Anse St. Sauveur servers the adjacent residential area and can be a popular place to spend free time on hot days, as the many trees offer some shade while the cool water can refresh.
Yes, public restrooms will be available here.
Anse St Sauveur is in an area which is not exactly a tourism capital. Because of this, the availability of some facilities likely won't be decreased.
Anse St Sauveur is beautiful natural attraction, which you'll find on the South East coast of Basse-Terre. It is near some interesting sites like Distillerie Longueteau Tour, which is one of a few attractions in the area.
If you want to discover more interesting facts about the history of Guadeloupe, there are lots of sites which offer a historic look at the nation. One of the closest attractions of this sort is, which is one of the closest places of historical significance in the neighborhood of Anse St Sauveur.
Beaches are a great attraction to visit, but there's even more to see during your stay. The table below lists other attractions that are nearby.
|Distillerie Longueteau Tour||Distillery||2.2 mi.||N||Basse-Terre|
|Operating Distillery||2.2 mi.||N||Basse-Terre|
|Operating Distillery||3.0 mi.||NNE||Basse-Terre|
|Hiking Trail||3.8 mi.||NW||Basse-Terre|
|Historical Site||4.5 mi.||WSW||Basse-Terre|
|Hiking Trail||4.6 mi.||WNW||Basse-Terre|
|Hiking Trail||5.4 mi.||WNW||Basse-Terre|
The town ofis close-by and is noted for its balance between seclusion and urbanization. From the beach, Basse Terre isn't out of reach at eight and a half miles (13 and a half kilometers) away.
The number of other people sharing spots in the sand can vary widely, depending on everything from the time of day to how many people have booked nearby hotels. The beach is not located close to many large hotels, but it's sometimes enjoyed by guests staying at some of the area's smaller options.
Although travelers will find just a few accommodations in the immediate vicinity, those options closest to Anse St Sauveur can be viewed in the following list.
|Le Jardin Malanga Hotel||3.6 mi.||WSW||Basse-Terre||Cottages|
|Hotel St. George||7.7 mi.||W||Basse-Terre||Hotel|
Although this location isn't located in the culinary epicenter of the area, you can still satisfy your hunger, particularly if you're prepared to drive a bit. Panga Restaurant is one of the closest eateries, which is a quick car or cab ride away.
The following table lists dining options near this beach.
|Panga Restaurant||590-92-67-57||Caribbean, Creole||3.6 mi.||WSW||Basse-Terre|
Visitors looking for a beach that's right for them will have lots of choices besides Anse St Sauveur.
If the vibrant atmosphere of Anse St Sauveur is one of the features you love, consider checking out Anse Duquery, a spot with the same type of electricity. It is located four miles to the south west. However, if you're looking to enjoy a quieter scene, is a location which doesn't see as many crowds. It is located just a short distance away.
You may also enjoy Anse Salee, located one and a quarter miles away.
Of course, there are lots of other things to do and see in Guadeloupe; then again, Anse St Sauveur is both a beautiful natural attraction, and a fun hangout spot.
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