Terre-de-Bas

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Terre-de-Bas is one of the most peaceful spots in the Antilles. No scooters, few tourists; it is the ideal place to enjoy nature and the beaches. Grande-Anse is the island's finest, its pale sand fringed by coconut trees. If spending a few days here, be sure to see Petites-Anses, seat of the local administration. The last remaining salako (a traditional 19C fishermen's hat) makers continue to craft this curious item of headgear using bamboo and checked fabric.

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Nearby tourist attractions

Grande-Anse Beach
Grande-Anse Beach
A dreamlike beach bringing every cliché
4:00
La Perle Beach
La Perle Beach
This beach between Deshaie and Sainte
0:30
Deshaies Botanical Garden
Deshaies Botanical Garden
Ferns, palms and cacti each have their
2:00
Orchid Park
Orchid Park
Dedicated to the orchid in all its
0:30
Écomusée Créole
Écomusée Créole
This charming and fascinating museum
1:00
Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin
Grand Cul-de-Sac Marin
Between Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre
4:00
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Grande-Anse Beach
Grande-Anse Beach
A dreamlike beach bringing every cliché
4:00
La Perle Beach
La Perle Beach
This beach between Deshaie and Sainte
0:30
Deshaies Botanical Garden
Deshaies Botanical Garden
Ferns, palms and cacti each have their
2:00
See all