The island of Marie-Galante forms part of the Guadeloupe archipelago. For an island that’s only about 20km long, it produces an awful lot of rhum. And rhum at 59% as standard. There’s three distilleries: Bielle, Poisson (also known as Père Labat) and Bellevue. They’re all open in the morning only so for a day trip there’s a lot to cram in before lunch!
A five minute drive away is the Bielle distillery:
And five minutes further on from Bielle, you arrive at the Bellevue distillery:
And after you’ve been to the distilleries? Marie-Galante’s beaches should be your afternoon activity.