: Pole Caraibes
: Saint-François lagoon, Guadeloupe
: L'Arobase Café
: International 18-hole course of Saint-François
: Le Resto des Artistes
Car: not necessary
Luxury villa in Guadeloupe on the seafront, property in front of the Saint-François lagoon in Guadeloupe, next to an international 18-hole golf course, seasonal rental for villa in Guadeloupe, on the seafront.
Sainte-Anne: 15 km
Le Moule: 15 km
Sea: 5 metres
Shops: 350 m
City centre: 350 m
Beach and lagoon: 5 metres
Golf: 30 metres away from the property
Marina: 300 metres
Casino: 700 metres
Kite surf in front of the luxury villa in Guadeloupe
Wind surf in front of the luxury villa
Scuba diving in front of the villa in Guadeloupe
Gliding: 900 metres
Sky diving: 900 metres
Game fishing: 350 metres
2 kayaks in front of the villa
1 pedalo for 4 people
Villa on the seafront, property in front of the Saint-François lagoon, next to the international 18-hole golf course.
Other activities: kite surf.
Golf: Since the end of 2010, the Saint-François golf course offers a 18-hole green again, and its new club house is scheduled for the end of 2012. An occasion for the Tourism Centre of Saint-François to promote one of its main tourist attractions.
In collaboration with the Guadeloupe Islands Tourist Board, the Saint-François golf course is honoured. The Mayor, Laurent Bernier has been invited to inaugurate the 4th Paris Golf Show; and the golf’s director, Livio Lison, is invited to an interview led by the famous journalist, Nelson Monfort.
The Tourism Centre of Saint-François, in charge of this 1st promotional action for golf, does everything in his power to reach its objectives:
Make the only golf course of Guadeloupe famous, with its 18 holes rehabilitated.
Better understand the golf tourism market.
Promote the seaside resort of Saint-François and the destination of Guadeloupe Islands among golfers, an audience of a high socio-professional category.
Bienvenue dans votre Golf Club - Welcome to your Golf Course.
Signed by the most famous American architect Robert Trent Jones, the International Golf of Saint-François unfolds its 18 holes between coconut palms and royal palm trees, within easy reach of the white sand of the Antilles Sea and in walking distance of most of the tourist accommodation of the resort.