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Anse-Bertrand

Summary
Anse-Bertrand (ɑ̃s bɛʁtʁɑ̃; Lansbétran) is a commune in Guadeloupe, an overseas region and department of France in the Lesser Antilles. The inhabitants in Anse-Bertrand are called Ansois. Geography Anse-Bertrand is located in northern Grande-Terre. The town is , north-north-east of Pointe-à-Pitre. The Atlantic Ocean face the town and produces high waves for professional surfers. The town is located on a limestone plateau where rolling hills are located eastwards. Some settlements depend on the commune of Anse-Bertrand, such as:
  • La Berthaudiere
  • Massioux
  • Pressec
Climate Like any other Eastern Caribbean town, Anse-Bertrand experiences quite evenly spread rainfall during the year, with a wetter season between July and November which coincides with hurricane season. The town receives below 1500 mm of rainfall. Tropical heat is the norm, bringing constant high temperatures, especially during the summer. Trade winds, called alizés, blow from the north-east an
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