Where is Guadeloupe Located?
The given Guadeloupe location map shows that Guadeloupe is located in the Caribbean Sea.
Guadeloupe map also shows that it is part of the Lesser Antilles. Like other overseas departments, Guadeloupe is also one of the twenty-six regions of France. However, it is overseas territory of France but it is integral part of France.
The economy of Guadeloupe depends on tourism, agriculture, light industry and services collectively. Besides, France also facilitates it with large subsidies and other necessary needs. Tourism in Guadeloupe is most important; most of the tourists are French and other Europeans. Besides, region has also some agriculture produce including sugar cane (growing very fast and taking place of other crops).
Guadeloupe is a Caribbean archipelago, overseas department, and region of France. It comprises numerous uninhabited islands and outcroppings, as well as six inhabited islands (Basse-Terre, Grande-Terre, Marie-Galante, La Desirade, and the two inhabited lles des Saintes). Guadeloupe is located north of the Commonwealth of Dominica and south of Montserrat and Antigua and Barbuda. The most populous town in the territory is Les Abymes, while Pointe-a-Pitre, a neighboring island on Grande-Terre, serves as the main commercial hub. The region's capital, Basse-Terre, is situated on the southern west coast of Basse-Terre Island. According to World meter’s analysis of the most recent United Nations data Guadeloupe has a population of 400,293 people.
Guadeloupe is an integral part of France, like all of the other overseas departments are. The euro is its official currency, any citizen of the European Union is free to live, and work there indefinitely, as it is a member state of both the European Union and the Eurozone. Guadeloupe is not, however, a part of the Schengen Area because it is an overseas department.