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  • Mt Pelée seen from Obs. Volcanologique Martinique
    Mt Pelée seen from Obs. Volcanologique...
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  • Road at Anse Céron, northern Martinique
    Road at Anse Céron, northern Martinique
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  • the market of Fort de France
    the market of Fort de France
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Martinique Favorites

  • What's to see and do in Martinique?

    .- Beaches of course! the most famous one is Grande Anse des Salines in the South. But there are many others, less crowded. From the ones I have visited, I recommend the following: * South: Anse Trabaud (access during hike of Savane des Pétrifications); at St Anne, Anse Meunier and beaches of St Anne. * Southwest: Anse Noire, Anse Dufour, beach of...

  • What guidebook to buy?

    .It seems that if you do not speak French, you may have a hard time to find a recent guide on Martinique exclusively. The only one in English I could find on Amazon was from Ulysses and dates back to 2001! I still suggest you should try to get it (get a cheap used copy), because without a guide you are going to miss a lot of wonderful sights. There...

  • Palms again!

    If you go to Martinique, don' t miss Fort de France and it's market, and go absolutely on the southern part of the island, because you won't find anything nice, not even beaches, going north.Nice place to visit is Village Creole at Trois Ilets.

  • The coolest thing about...

    The coolest thing about Martinique is that it is the birthplace of the Empress Josephine. You can visit La Pagerie where she was born and see all sorts of beautiful portraits of her. I didn't know much about Josephine until I visited La Pagerie, but afterward I became fascinated with her and to this day I read every biography I can find about...

  • travelqueen7's General Tip

    Martinique is warm and welcoming country. It is an overseas department of France so they do speak French. I found few spoke fluent English, but as long as you try to communicate they are very accomodating in helping you get what you are asking for.

  • Look out for the old guys with...

    Look out for the old guys with bunches of palm leaves - It is worth hanging around to see them make you things. One guy made a really cool hat (which we still have) in about 2 minutes. He didn't seem too bothered about being paid (sign of a true artist!)- but we paid him anyway (I think he knew we would!).

  • The primary reason for someone...

    The primary reason for someone to go to Martinique (unless they happen to be there by virtue of a cruise itinerary) is to RELAX and enjoy the more peaceful island lifestyle. You MUST spend time on the beach and in the water. There are so many beautiful beaches here, even topless beaches. (While officially only topless, if one is so inclined, I...

  • Go to the Internet Cafe in...

    Go to the Internet Cafe in Fort de France called Le Web Cyber Cafe, 4 Rue Blénac ( )Young guys from the military stations nearby come here to email and drink. Theyre really sociable, and I spent a lot of time chatting to them. In return for my efforts I got bitten on the neck by one, another wanted to come with me, and...

  • Where else in the world can...

    Where else in the world can you swim in the sea in the middle of winter ?Guys we had every day 24-27 degrees (C) and the water was around 25-27 too. Go also to Sainte Anne (on the South) it's a very nice village and you can also vist the Club Med resorts (see pictures below). The warm water, the beautifull beaches. Our sunset cruise with a big...

  • When visiting Fort-de-France...

    When visiting Fort-de-France take time to walk through the streets and shop at the local shops. The two tourist sites to see are St. Louis Cathedral and the Fort. The view from the Fort over looking Fort-de-France.

  • Throughout the island of...

    Throughout the island of Martinique, (pop: 399,000) the scenery is dramatic and very beautiful, with lush rainforest coating the slopes of the mountains and swathes of sugar cane grown on the plain. The island is 65 km long and 31 km wide with mountains in the north and south and a low-lying ‘waist’ where most people live. The coastline is...

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Martinique Hotels

  • Pierre & Vacances

    nice hotel beach..near to the village beautiful room good entertainment

  • Karibea Corail

    Anse Mabouya, Sainte-Luce, Martinique, 97228, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 2 out of 5 stars

  • Centre International de Sejour...

    Rue Ernest Hemingway, Zac Etang Zabricot, Fort-de-France, 97200, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

  • La Suite Villa

    Route du Fort d'Alet -, Anse Mitan, Trois-Ilets, 97229, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 4 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Residence Diamant Beach

    Ravine Gens Bois, Le Diamant, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Poor

    Good for: Couples

    Hotel Class 2.5 out of 5 stars

  • Hotel Amyris

    Quartier Desert , Sainte-Luce, 97228, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Average

    Good for: Families

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Habitation Lafontaine

    Marin, , Martinique 97227

  • Le Plein Soleil

    Pointe Thalemont, Mansarde Rance, Le Francois, 97240, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Very Good

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3.5 out of 5 stars

  • Le Marouba

    Quartier Choisy, Le Carbet, Caribbean

    Satisfaction: Terrible

    Good for: Solo

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