Martinique today is truly “a little piece of France in the Caribbean”.
The island radiates a seductive and uniquely French sensibility in the excellence of its cuisine, its AOC rums, its coffee, the chic sophistication of its stylish resorts and hotels, its fashion and art scene, and more.

Martinique also has an West Indian warmth in its personality. Its music, its bèlè, an ancestral dance mixed with rhythms from Africa, its unique local cuisine, its cultural heritage and its way of life, make it an island with style and much more.

Martinique is full of natural wonders, making it one of the premier eco-destinations in the Caribbean listed on UNESCO renowned heritage…

Not to be missed

Anses of Arlet & its Typical Village

Anses of Arlet & its Typical Village

Balata-botanical Garden

Balata-botanical Garden

1902 Disaster Memorial Museum in Saint-Pierre

1902 Disaster Memorial Museum in Saint-Pierre

Cathédrale Saint Louis

Cathédrale Saint Louis

Fort de France Market & Local Restaurants

Fort de France Market & Local Restaurants

Habitation Clément & Modern Art Foundation

Habitation Clément & Modern Art Foundation

Mount Pelée & its Hiking Paths

Mount Pelée & its Hiking Paths

Slaves Savannah

Slaves Savannah

Shopping in Fort de France & les Trois-Ilets

Shopping in Fort de France & les Trois-Ilets

South Caribbean Beaches

South Caribbean Beaches