Martinique is simply one of the Caribbean's most enchanting destinations. Francophiles adore the French island for its gastronomy, its music and élan, and the availability of the finest French products, from Chanel fashions to Limoges china. It's endowed with physical beauty as varied as white-sand beaches and tropical rain forests. The volcano Mont Pelée looms over the harbor town of St-Pierre.
Dynamic changes in its largest city, Fort-de-France, enhanced attractions, new restaurants and clubs, make Martinique one of the most cosmopolitan islands around.

Martinique, a mountainous island lying in the Lesser Antilles about 300 mi (483 km) northeast of Venezuela, was probably explored by Columbus in 1502 and was taken for France in 1635. Martinique became a domain of the French crown in 1674. It became an overseas department of France in 1946.

Martinique Gallery | May 17 / 2016
Martinique is an extraordinary destination that combines the elegance and sophistication of Paris with breathtaking Caribbean beauty. Martinique is simply one...

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Hotels and restaurants | January 13 / 2016
Dining in the French West Indies is always a memorable event. An exciting variety of restaurants take advantage of gorgeous settings to complement their culinary...

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Things to do | January 13 / 2016
Martinique welcomes the lovers of nature over 130 kilometres of marked out paths. Long strolls along the Atlantic and Caribbean coasts...

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Activities | January 13 / 2016
There's so much to see and do, it would take more than one vacation to cover it all. Stroll the streets, embrace the ambiance. Go snorkelling, diving, sailing...

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Night life | January 13 / 2016
The concept of nightlife is a rather new one on Martinique, but since the idea was introduced, the island has been working hard to fill the gap. While Martinique wouldn...

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Travel informations | January 13 / 2016
All travelers will need a passport valid for at least 90 days following your departure date from Martinique. However, we strongly recommend traveling with 6 months...

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Introducing Martinique | January 13 / 2016
Martinique is part of overseas France, much like Hawaii is an offshore US state. The official language is French. Stores sell warm baguettes and fragrant pastries....

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Martinique beaches | January 12 / 2016
Martinique is known for many things: food, culture, art, and, of course, world-famous rhum distilleries. But few are aware of the extent and number of exceptional...

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