As you may or may not know, the French department of Guadeloupe is actually an archipelago, with two main islands joined by a bridge and a series of smaller islands.
Of the two main islands, Basse-Terre and Grande-Terre, the former is green and mountainous, a lush Caribbean paradise.
It’s Basseterre that is also home to Le Jardin Malanga, a boutique property set on the hillside of a dormant volcano.
this 12-room property, which within a restored 1927 French colonial-style house in the Trois Rivieres area, is a serene retreat.
Each of the rooms has a private terrace, and each has stunning views, including vistas of the Les Saintes islands.
Enjoy the view.