Built heritage in Guadeloupe
Guadeloupe, an archipelago full of discoveries and multiple identities lulled by trade winds, is the largest island in the Lesser Antilles. It is also the most diverse in terms of the number of islands and islets it includes and the geological differences of each of them, whether volcanic or limestone. White sandy beaches, turquoise waters, fields of sugarcane, volcanic hot springs, waterfalls cascading down through the forest – nature is everywhere. EPVs are also part of the island’s heritage – its architectural heritage, but also its culinary and craftsmanship heritage.