Guadeloupe is a French territory  in the Leeward Islands that is one of the East Caribbean’s most consistent  surf  destinations. While it rarely gets huge, and is often windy, the quality setups, warm water and beautiful coastline make it an excellent surf destination. Guadeloupe has the food and cultural references that come with being  French territory, just with a unique “Creole” style twist. The island of Grand Terre has the majority of the surf spots, but  the exposed islands of Marie Galante and La Désirade also have great potential for those looking for adventure. 


What we love

French and Creole mix in the heart of the Caribbean



Warm, clean and tropical water and mix of reefs and points

Wind affected, but sheltered spots all over the islands

Wide variety of activities from hiking up the Soufriere Volcano to scuba diving.