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Flights to Pointe Pitre from £538

Pointe Pitre is a large coastal city located on Guadeloupe. It is a vibrant city whose narrow streets become a hub of colourful activity during the day. In the evenings the streets are relatively deserted, and most of the night-life can be found at the lively town centre - Victory Square. The city is home to several museums and churches. Some of the city's main attractions are its shops and lively markets. Discover the delights that this city has to offer, and save money with a cheap flight. Flights to Pointe Pitre fly from cities across the world, including departures from Birmingham, Manchester and London in the UK. Airlines that operate flight services to this destination include Air France, Corsair and Air Caraibes. Our easy to use price comparison tool helps travellers to compare hundreds of airlines across the market to find the best deal on a flight to Pointe Pitre.

Flight destination: Pointe Pitre

Pointe Pitre International Airport is located 3 kilometres north of the town. For onward travel there is a taxi rank located outside of the terminal building. There are car rental companies in and around the airport for travellers that prefer to hire a car. Within easy reach of the airport are a number of attractions, including the 18th century Fleur D'Epee Fort. Located close to the fort is the Guadeloupe Aquarium, which is popular with visitors of all ages. At the heart of Pointe Pitre is Victoria Square. Here, visitors can enjoy a film at the cinema or watch a play at the theatre. There are also museums that are worth exploring in Pointe Pitre. The Schoelcher Museum pays tribute to Victor Schoelcher and his fight for the abolishment of slavery. Within the museum are collections of etchings and documents that date back to the 18th century. Saint John Perse Museum is an art and history museum with beautiful collections of old postcards, prints and furniture. For shopping enthusiasts, Saint John Perse Centre is the place to go. There are a variety of shops that sell luxury goods, such as perfumes, watches and jewellery, and restaurants where visitors can enjoy light refreshments or a full course meal. Another shopping experience not to be missed is the central market. Visitors are spoiled for choice with the wide variety of fresh produce and aromatic herbs being sold. For those that fancy a day out or longer on the Caribbean sea, yachts are available for charter or rental at Pointe Pitre harbour.

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