Iles des Saintes - Guadeloupe
A tiny archipelago of nine hilly islands in the French West Indies, totalling no more than 1300 acres in area (the largest Terre de Haut, just three miles long by one mile wide), and Iying at anchor within sight of Guadeloupe. Between them they offer a pot-pourri of quaint little villages, historical sites, stunning seascapes and romantic white beaches. The population of the island is 1500 residents, descendents of the Breton and Norman sailors. Once ashore you will be in the main settlement on the island of Terre de Haut, Bourg. A very small village with only one street that follows along the fishing harbour, it is a quaint, charming hamlet. In Bourg there are a few restaurants, bars and shops. You can also visit Fort Napoleon, which is left over from the 17th century wars, exploring the fort you will find the barracks and prison cells, as well as the drawbridge and art museum. There are more than 30 cruises calling at this port. Click the month or cruise line logo you are interested in to see details of the cruises.