Petite Anse is a small beach on the Caribbean coast of Basse Terre island in Guadeloupe. There are usually no strong waves, while dangerous currents may occur only at some distance from the coastline. There is a good snorkeling at the edges of the bay, and you can sit in the shade of a palm ashore. However, now the hotel has fenced off some trees, thus spoiling this beautiful place. Hope, they'll have enough brains to remove this ridiculous construction. Shore and seabed: sand.