Its official full name is Guadalup Region. It depends on France. In the Caribbean Sea, the islands are located in the southeast of Puerto Rico. Basse -Terre is a volcanic feature among the mountains in the interior; Grande-Terre is a low limestone formation; The other seven islands are mostly volcanic. Border neighbors; Netherlands Antilles (Sint Maarten). Area: 1,780 km². The Capital is Basse-Terre.
Cities of Guadalup
Guadalup's telephone code: +590
Guadalup's currency: Euro (EUR)
Basse-Terre, Grande-Terre, Les Saintes, Marie-Galante
Guadalup's economy is based on agriculture, tourism, light industry and service sector. Tourism is the key sector in the country. Most of the tourists are US tourists. Sugar beet has been one of the most important products. In recent times, the sugarcane has gradually been replaced by other products; bananas, eggplant and flowers. Light industry is noteworthy for sugar and rum production.
Products by Guadalup
Agricultural products: Banana, sugarcane, tropical fruits, vegetables, cattle, pork, goat. Some industrial goods and fuel are imported from outside. Unemployment is more common among the younger generation. Hurricanes periodically damage the economy significantly.
Banana, candy, rum
Guadalup's Import Products
Food, fuel, vehicles, apparel, consumer goods, building materials.
Countries that Guadalup exports to
France, Martinique, USA
Guadalup's Import Countries
France, Germany, USA, Japan, Netherlands Antilles
Nations Living in Guadalup
Black or hybrids are 90%, whites 5%, East Indians, Lebanese, Chinese 5%.
Languages Spoken in Guadalup
Official language is French. Creole origin (both European and Asian descendants)