Listed as a historic monument in 1978, this cathedral has had its ups and downs since it was first erected in 1817, over 10 years after construction began. Later, earthquakes and storms would cause damage, but it was never truly down for the count. Today visitors can stop by and view this pillar of strength and community for themselves as they tour the rest of the area.
Those wishing to visit Église Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul may choose to book their trip in downtown Pointe A Pitre, as guests staying in this region of Guadeloupe will have convenient access to the historical site for the duration of their trip. Although this location isn't swarming with tourists, you will still have a handful of lodging options to choose from.
|Hotel||0.1 mi. (0.7 km)||E|
|Saint John Perse||Hotel||0.8 mi. (1.0 km)||NNE|
|Hotel||0.9 mi. (0.6 km)||ENE|
|HÃ´tel Village Soleil||Hotel||1.9 mi. (3.0 km)||SE|
|Hôtel Fleur d’Epée||Resort||2.0 mi. (3.2 km)||SSE|
|Le Rotabas||Hotel||2.0 mi. (2.9 km)||N|
Those visiting Église Saint-Pierre-et-Saint-Paul hoping also to spend some time outside should consider Ilet a Cochons, a nearby beach, and a good option for those hoping to do a bit of sunbathing after visiting this location.
Location: Rue du General Rullier, Downtown Pointe A Pitre, Grande-Terre
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