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    • © Martinique Promotion Bureau – CMT USA 2010
    • Martinique, a Windward island located in the Eastern Caribbean
    • A Warm and Welcoming People 
      400 000 inhabitants with a mix of origins:
      African, French, Indian… and more
    • Most cruise ships dock close to downtown Fort-de-France
      Great starting point to discover Martinique many treasures!
    • Fort-de-France: A Hearty Welcome!
    • Fort-de-France: The Malecon Waterfront
      NEW!!
    • Downtown Fort-de-France: a Unique Architecture!
    • Fort-de-France “Grand Marché”
      Shop for local spices, tropical liquors, Creole delicacies…etc
    • Shop ‘Til You Drop!
      Downtown Fort-de-France busy streets
      La CourPerrinonnew shopping center
      NEW!!
    • Unique buys from Paris and Local art crafts
      Art and Crafts, 18-carat Gold Creole Jewelries, the latest perfumes and cosmetics from Paris…..etc
    • AnIsland with a French flair…
      French and local designers available everywhere
    • French wines, champagnes and delicacies…
    • Northern Part of Martinique:
      The lush domain of the island
      Mount Pelee
      Basse-Pointe
      Marigot
      Precheur
      Sainte Marie
      Trinite
      Saint Pierre
      Tartane
      Carbet
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      Fort de France
    • 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!
      NEW!!
      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!
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      Francois
      Lamentin
      TroisIlets
      Ansesd’Arlet
      Marin
      Diamant
      Sainte Luce
      Sainte Anne
    • Not to be missed in the south: Les SalinesBeach, 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 TroisIlets:
      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! Bon Appétit!
    • Martinican Rums… Simply The Best!
      Cheers!
    • Top Notch Infrastructures
      • European standards
      • Excellent road network
      • State-of-the-art medical facilities, the best in the Caribbean and Latin America
      • Drinkable tap water!
    • Plenty to Discover!
    • Plenty to Enjoy!
    • Plenty to Experience!