Green Motion Baie Mahault is located at 3 boulevard de Houelbourg Jarry, on the ground floor of the BMW dealership.
3 bd de Houelbourg Jarry
Along with fellow French neighbour Martinique, Guadeloupe is one of the Lesser Antilles islands in the Eastern Caribbean. It’s made up of five islands – the two biggest Grande-Terre and Basse-Terre come together in the middle to make a butterfly shape.
Grande-Terre is the beachy side of Guadeloupe, with a flatter, drier landscape and plenty of sunshine. It’s where you find most of the beach resorts, especially around Le Gosier. There are lots of sheltered bays with calm waters for sailing and swimming, and plenty of white sand perfect for lazing on.
Where Grande-Terre is beachy and flat, Basse-Terre is Guadeloupe’s dramatic, mountainous side. The peaks of the Parc National de la Guadeloupe fill the centre of the island, and mean a few tropical downpours. But all that rain makes it incredibly lush and green, with thick jungle, giant ferns, waterfalls and plenty of bird and animal life.
It’ll take you just over an hour to drive from corner to corner, east to west or north to south, and there is a LOT to explore, so renting a car is essential to ensure you see everything this wonderful archipelago has to offer.
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This stunning French overseas region might share similar characteristics to other equally coveted Caribbean destinations - white powdery sand beaches, crystal clear waters with dazzling coral reefs, stunning mountains and lush forests, but Guadeloupe's vibrant Franco-Caribbean culture really sets it apart from its neighbours and makes it even more special. Rent a car from Green Motion Guadeloupe to explore this wonderful island and soak up all it has to offer.
Driving in Guadeloupe:
Driving in Guadeloupe is done on the right hand side of the road, as in France. Symbols and road signs used in France and Europe are also used in Guadeloupe.
The standard speed limits are: