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Pauloby Helene
Chemin De La Bouaye


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Property type Quantity
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extra bed
(2 pers.)
1 90 90 630 630 1
(3 pers.)
1 90 90 630 630




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  • Fort Fleur d'Épée: Situated on the coast of Le Gosier, Fort Fleur d'Épée is a historical fortress dating back to the 18th century. Visitors can explore the well-preserved ruins, learn about the island's colonial past, and enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding area.
  • Aquarium de la Guadeloupe: This aquarium, located in Le Gosier, provides a unique opportunity to discover the diverse marine life of Guadeloupe. It features a variety of colorful fish, sharks, turtles, and other aquatic species. Visitors can enjoy interactive exhibits, participate in feeding sessions, and even go on a guided underwater tour.
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