One of the several hidden beaches along the eastern coast, Anse Feuillard is known for its powdery white sand and clear water. While this paradise is beautiful, it is also secluded and will have no amenities.
Located on the eastern side of the island of Marie-Galante, 8.4 miles east-northeast of Grand-Bourg, You might want whether or not you're staying in the immediate vicinity. This beach is not just beautiful, it's special in that it's one of the few quiet beaches in Guadeloupe. While Anse Feuillard may be a little farther away, it permits unparalleled relaxation opportunities.
There are many beautiful beaches along the island's eastern coast, but Anse Feuillard stands as one of the prettiest. Between the turquoise water, white sand, and lush green vegetation serving as a backdrop, this is a quintessential beach that people picture when they think of remote Caribbean islands. Just remember that as you wade in the clear shallow water, the beach is directly on the Atlantic Ocean, so currents and waves have the potential of becoming stronger than other places in the island chain.
Keep in mind that restrooms won't be found on-site.
Anse Feuillard brings guests an angelic and peaceful getaway, as the location that surrounds the beach is not heavily urbanized.
Beachgoers will find Anse Feuillard on the East coast of Marie-Galante. It is close to, which is one of a few attractions in the region.
Beaches and museums may seem an odd combination to some, but plenty of visitors find that museums like Ecomussee de Marie Galante (situated eight miles to the west-southwest) offer a fun learning experience and help share a different side of Guadeloupe.
Beaches are nice for a few hours here and there, but there's plenty else to see during your stay. The following table contains attractions that are the closest.
|Ecomussee de Marie Galante||Museum||7.8||WSW||Marie-Galante|
|Jardin de Buckingham||Botanical Garden||7.9||WSW||Marie-Galante|
The nearest region of Marie-Galante to Anse Feuillard is. This location is only eight miles from the coast, meaning you needn't use up an entire day here. Saint Louis is not an overly urbanized area, but still has its fair share of things to do.
Whether this spot is full of bodies or practically empty will depend on many factors, including the capacity of nearby hotels. The area is not home to many major hotels, but it can appeal to visitors from some of the smaller accommodations in the area.
Beach-goers will find a decent selection of accommodation options to pick from in the area that surrounds the beach. The most convenient of which can be seen in the table that follows.
|Le Soleil Levant||3.2||SW||Guest house|
|La Rose du Brésil||4.7||SW||Hotel|
Though the area surrounding Anse Feuillard isn't exactly a culinary hot spot, you can still satisfy your hunger, especially if you are willing to venture a little farther away. One of the closest places to eat is Le Touloulou, which is a quick car or cab ride away.
The table below lists dining options located near this beach.
|Le Touloulou||(059) 097-3263||Creole||Very Casual||4.3 mi.||SW|
|La Playa||(059) 093-6610||Caribbean||Very Casual||4.5 mi.||SW|
|Manman'dlo La Sirene||(059) 097-5743||Caribbean||Informal||4.7 mi.||SW|
There are multiple beaches to discover on Marie-Galante, of course, so Anse Feuillard is just one of your options.
Another location you might enjoy is Anse Taliseronde, which offers more action, and is closer to other tourist hot-spots. It's found a half mile to the south., located within cab range of the beach. Others might prefer
You may also want to consider Petite-Anse, which is located three and a half miles to the south west. Petite Anse is a great place to kick back and relax on the sunny beach or depart on a scuba adventure.
Of course, Guadeloupe has hundreds of natural wonders to discover, but Anse Feuillard is both a refreshing place to relax, and a beautiful natural attraction.
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