Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe comprises five islands – Bass-Terre, Grand-Terre, La Désirade, Les Saintes and Marie-Galante – to the east of the Caribbean Sea, totaling a land area of just over 600 square miles. An overseas department of France, Guadeloupe makes up one of the 26 regions of that country and a large majority of the tourists who visit the islands arrive from the European mother nation.

Tourism and agriculture are key industries in Guadeloupe with old sugarcane plantations slowly being replaced by other crops – bananas now provide half of the country’s export earnings.

Currently there's just one golf course to be played in Guadeloupe at St Francois, located near the southeasterly tip of Grande-Terre.

Top 100 Golf Courses - Guadeloupe

St Francois

1st Guadeloupe Ranking

Completed in 1978, the palm-fringed fairways of the St. François course were lovingly laid out over a coastal landscape near the southeasterly tip of Grande-Terre by renowned architect Robert Trent Jones Snr.

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