We're looking for an island group in the Caribbean.
It comprises five islands, which together are considered an overseas region of France.
The first European to set foot on its shores, though, was no Frenchman.
He was Christopher Columbus. He landed there looking for water in 1493.
He found it, along with the islands' native pineapples. But Columbus left no settlers there.
France claimed the islands in the 17th century. The British also wanted them, but it was the French who stuck it out, and are still there today.
So what's the name of this island group where Columbus tasted pineapples for the first time?