Terre-de-Haut is a commune in the French overseas department of Guadeloupe, including Terre-de-Haut Island and a few other small uninhabited islands of the archipelago. Fort Napoléon is located on the island of Terre-de-Haut. I walked up to the Fort, which has a scenic view over Terre-de-Haut.
View of the harbor of Terre-de-Haut from Fort Napoléon. (795k) View of Terre-de-Haut with the town of Fond-du-Curé. (624k) Town of Fond-du-Curé with a couple of luxury yachts docked at the pier. (725k) View of the Baie du Marigot. (775k) View of the Baie du Marigot. (1419k) View from Fort Napoléon across the straight to Guadeloupe. (657k) These old canons are still good for something (790k)
View of Fort Napoléon from the harbor. (887k) Fort Napoléon. (893k) Main building in Fort Napoléon. (967k) Massive walls of Fort Napoléon. (1023k) Massive walls and moat of Fort Napoléon. (1199k) One of the buildings at Fort Napoléon in need of repair. (933k) Mortar on Fort Napoléon. (1217k) You can't be too careful in the Fort. (616k)