Les Saintes: idyllic islands in Guadeloupe

The Saints are a string of paradisiacal islands south of Basse Terre. Composed of two main islands:
Terre de Haut and Terre de Bas, it takes about twenty minutes by shuttle to the archipelago of islands. (From Three River).
You can park your car in the parking lot next to the boats. It takes 2 euros for the day. Since our airport car rental agency http://www.jumbocar-guadeloupe.com/agences-location-voitures-guadeloupe/abymes-aeroport it takes an hour to get to Three River.
 
There are departures from Three River but from Pointe a Pitre and Saint Francis. Tickets sell for about 20 euros.
During the crossing you will come across dolphins or whales, Open your eyes!
 
Once the boat docked, you arrive on the world's 2nd most beautiful bay. The water is crystal clear and you can feel the heat from the ground right out of the boat.
There are very few vehicles on the Scriptures and so visit the island on foot or by renting a scooter.
 Some hotels and private companies offer island tours by minibus. If you like snorkeling Sugar Loaf Beach is for you. Also consider making a detour to the beach or Pompière you probably the opportunity to cross iguanas. However, in times of great heat, beware of jellyfish that are often on the beaches.
 
Take the time to go to Fort Napoleon. The view of the Saintes is magnificent. You can visit the fort but we must learn about the schedules.
Before leaving you can do some shopping.
Small shops are in the center and small restaurants or "lolo".
 
It takes a full day to visit the holy. The last boat departure is at 16.00.
Remember to book your place in the boat the day before