Pain-de-Sucre, les Saintes

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Pain-de-Sucre
Quartier
Pain de sucre hill with its village behind
Pain de sucre hill with its village behind
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Coordinates: 15°51′40″N 61°35′54″W / 15.86111°N 61.59833°W / 15.86111; -61.59833Coordinates: 15°51′40″N 61°35′54″W / 15.86111°N 61.59833°W / 15.86111; -61.59833
Country  France
Overseas department Flag of Guadeloupe (local) variant.svgGuadeloupe
Canton les Saintes
commune Terre-de-Haut

Pain-de-Sucre is a quartier of Terre-de-Haut Island, located in Îles des Saintes archipelago in the Caribbean. It is located in the southwestern part of the island. This is a residential quartier of Terre-de-Haut Island. It is a natural anchorage. The famous Pain de sucre of the archipelago is located on this quartier.

To See[edit]

  • Pain de sucre: This is a famous mountain of les Saintes. It is constituated by an alignment of basalt columns plunging into the blue waters of the bay of les Saintes.[1]
  • The beaches called Petite Anse du Pain de sucre and Anse Devant: Two small beautiful beaches of white sand and turquoise water.

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