A historic home rich with culture and hints of the past, this colonial residence remains open to the public for tours which encourage them to tour the property and see how people once lived on the island.
As part of the tour, guests are able to sample a cocktail or punch.
Grande-Terre is a good option for those wishing to visit Domaine de Zevallos, because visitors to this area of Guadeloupe will have the benefit of easy access to this historic attraction during their visit. There is a reasonable quantity of hotels around the area surrounding this historical site.
|La Plantation Resort||Resort||3.5 mi. (27.7 km)||SE|
|Golf Village Hotel||Resort||3.7 mi. (27.5 km)||SE|
|Le Golf Marine Hotel||Hotel||3.8 mi. (26.6 km)||SSE|
|Le Meridien La Cocoteraie||Hotel||3.8 mi. (27.6 km)||SE|
Active guests looking to enjoy various outdoor activities might want to head to some of the museum's nearby extras, such as Golf de St-Francois and La Porte d'Enfer. The beach is just a small interval from this landmark, so that it is simple to access.
The property is open to the public from Wednesday to Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
The tour costs $3 for children and $6(USD) for adults.
Phone Number: (069) 015-0757
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