Guadeloupe, the largest island of the small Antilles, impresses with an idyllic landscape and traditional Creole towns...and that in the middle of Europe! Yes, read correctly, because Guadeloupe is an overseas department of the French state in the Caribbean and thus belongs to Europe.
|Visa requirements||Entry is possible for German citizens with the following documents:|
Temporary passport: Yes
Identity card: Yes
Temporary identity card: Yes, must be valid
Children's passport: Yes
Notes/Minimum Residual Validity:
France is a party to the European Convention on the Regulation of the Movement of Persons between the Member States of the Council of Europe of Dec. 13, 1957. Travel documents other than temporary identity cards may not have expired for more than one year.
Travel to the French Overseas Territories
Entry into the overseas territories of Martinique, Guadeloupe, French Guiana, Mayotte and La Réunion as well as the overseas territories of French Polynesia, Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, Wallis and Futuna, Saint-Martin, Saint-Barthélemy and New Caledonia is possible for German citizens with the following documents:
Identity card: Yes, but see notes
Children passport: Yes