Expired .GP Domains

Registration Requirements

There is no special process needed to register a .GP domain name, no special action is needed on your end.

Intended Use

Entities connected with Guadeloupe

.GP Registry Information

Registration Service


Whois Server


Registration Date


Registration Price

$148.00 Annually

Registered Domains


Whois Privacy


.GP Domain Sales

Domain Price Date Venue
9.gp $6,043.00 2016-12-01 Sedo
j.gp $5,094.00 2016-11-07 Sedo
f.gp $5,014.00 2016-10-27 Sedo
8.gp $6,393.00 2016-09-30 Sedo

What does .gp domain mean?

Guadeloupe is a combo of two words in the French language which means "Good Air". The good air symbolizes the beauty of Guadeloupe & its cool weather.

Besides that, the official statement is that .gp domain name stands for Guadeloupe. The .gp domain extension was the result of a Guadeloupe ISP ( Point-Free ) asking for it to be assigned to them, which eventually became the official registry for this particular extension.

Who can use .gp Domain name?

The company names are not allowed in the .gp domain due to this reason that it restricts the availability of such domains.

The .gp domain is limited to only one company name per registration.

The entities allowed are individuals, legal persons, and trademarks. It may also be used for personal websites by Guadeloupean citizens.

Why should I buy a .gp domain name?

The .gp domain name is the official country code top-level domain (ccTLD) of Guadeloupe.

Guadeloupe, also known as The Butterfly Island, consists of many beautiful islands in the Caribbean Sea. It is located by the side of Dominica and Marie Galante.

The .gp domain name does not limit you to any business or company names.

If your business is related to Guadeloupe, this will be the best choice for you because people can easily access your website just by typing in .GP into their browser address bar.


  • You can choose from a wide range of options as per your country codes. You do not have to stick with the traditional extensions like .com, .in, or .org.
  • You can easily capture a major portion of the market by choosing to buy your desired country-code domain extension as it is not much popular and at the same time easy to remember.
  • The cost is much lower than many other top-level domain (TLD) names.
  • The .GP domain can also be used for personal websites by Guadeloupian citizens.

What name can I register?

You can register names like any other extension with no restrictions.

Most popular TLD's are either ".com", ".net" or ".org". The most restrictive ones allow only 3 letters in each label, like "asd.gp".

The .GP domain is so flexible that you can have a combination of letters and numbers, with a minimum of 3 and a maximum length of 63.

You can register names such as:


  • Guadeloupe.GP
  • Gifts.GP
  • Hoteles.GP

How do I start a .gp website?

To start your own.GP website, you must go through the following steps:

1. Find your name

Start by finding a unique and catchy name for your website that is available in the .GP domain extension.

2. Build your website

Once you find a name, it's time to build your website. There are many free and paid options available in the market when it comes to building your site in .gp extension.

You can use either WordPress or Joomla. These both sites offer free and paid templates for your website.

3. Send your email

Once you are done with building your site, you will need to send an email containing the details of your name and website.

What are the characters and valid character lengths for .gp domain names?

  • The valid characters for the .GP domain is alphabets, numbers, dot (period), dash (-) symbols.
  • The minimum allowed length is 3 and the maximum is 63 characters.
  • Begin with a letter or a number and conclude with the same.
  • Use the English character set only.
  • Must be at least 3 characters long
  • Can contain letters (a-z), numbers (0-9), and a dot.
  • Can only consist of one word including the extension (.com, .org, etc.)
  • Cannot contain spaces or symbols such as hyphens (-), question marks (?), ampersands (&), slashes (/).