Port-Louis, a municipality in the north of Grande-Terre, has two strong features, an agricultural hinterland (mainly cannery) and a varied coastal façade, largely open to the Grand-Cul-de-Sac-Marin and which conceals important wetlands, particularly the Port-Louis marshes. The municipality, through this fortnight of the coastline, offers the public throughout the island a program of varied activities and guided tours that aims to better understand the richness, interdependence and complexity of these ecosystems. Together they also help to better understand the relationship between these environments and human life through their nourishing, recreational and service functions to human communities.

Biosphere reserve
Guadeloupe Archipelago

Lauréat 2019