Plage Anse Thomas is a petite-pebbled beach located in the south of Bouillante on the island of Basse-Terre. It is a secret spot for locals and often uncrowded. What makes this tiny gem so special? It is the site of one the many natural hot springs that can be found on Basse-Terre, supplied with hot water from Guadeloupe's very mildly active volcano, La Soufrière.
The hot spring at the bottom of the cove is great for relaxation and natural rejuvenation at any time of the day, but of course, a sunset experience is quite special.
Secret tip: The cove is home to beautiful, vibrant corals, various fish, and turtles, so bring your snorkeling gear!