Fort de France
Northern Part of Martinique:
The lush domain of the island
Martinique: Flower of the Caribbean
The island was named Madinina (Island of Flowers)
by the Carib Indians. Flowers and gardens abound…
Aerial trails : walk among the bamboos!
Balata Botanical Garden
A Hiking heaven
From rainforest, historic trails to waterfalls discovery or mountain
climbing, the island offers it all! Awarded Best 2008 Canyoning
Caribbean destination by National Geographic Traveler.
Saint-Pierre previously nicknamed “the Little Paris of the Caribbean”
Today: Classified City of Art and History…
…and dubbed “The Little Pompeii of the Caribbean”
Since the 1902 Mount Pelée eruption that destroyed the city
Southern Part of Martinique:
Renown for the very best white sand beaches on the island!
Not to be missed in the south: Les Salines Beach, colorful fishermen
villages, blue lagoon waters protected by coral reefs
Convenient and pleasant 20-min ferry ride
between Fort-de-France & Trois-Ilets
La Pagerie Museum in Trois Ilets:
Birthplace of Empress Josephine, wife of Napoleon Bonaparte
Great Cultural Events All Year-round!
Carnival…Yole Boats race….Jazz and Guitar Festival…etc
Experience Gourmet Cuisine with
Martinique’s own signature!