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A real piece of Guadeloupean history
Fort sword flower
A nice point of view over the bay and the region, sometimes used for city organised events and there's a house (not of origin) used for art/culture expositions. There are no entrance fees (at least when there are no events), however there is not much to see from the insides of the fort.
The panorama is fabulous combining the history of an old fortress with the view of the Long bay. There is no entrance fee and it won't take more than half an hour or an hour to visit this place.
This was a cool place to stop on your way to Saint Anne or Saint Francis. When we stopped they had an art shown in the tunnels which was a great use of the space. We spent a max of an hour here. The views are nice but there isn't much more going on. It's free to enter which is nice. If I were to have paid I would have been disappointed.
This was a cool place to hang out with friends, this is an old fort the remnants of colonial battles between the English French and Spanish when the colonial powers fought over the Caribbean Islands for their fertile soil. This point is a very important strategic defensive point offering unobstructed views of the bays below. If you journey to the fort be sure to travel with water as none is sold on site.