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10 Best Places to Visit in Martinique


10 Exciting Things to Do While in Martinique

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In the eastern Caribbean, you’ll find Martinique. You’ll find no shortage of pristine beaches, delicious French cuisine, and rugged scenery. If you’ll be heading out to this region, here are 12 exciting things to place on your to-do list.

1. Shop In Pointe du Bout
This resort region has streets lined with ice cream shops, cafés, and restaurants. When you’re done shopping, a ferry service can whisk you away across the bay to Anse Mitan where you can enjoy a drink, snorkel, or just soak up the sun.

2. Dive Off Diamond Rock
It is a volcanic mound that’s one of the best diving sites in Martinique. The rock is also known for its deep underwater caves and the abundance of fish, corals, and sponges that can be found beneath the water.

3. See the Black Sand Beach at Grand-Rivière
The black sand of this small fishing village is definitely a sight to be seen! This area is also full of charming seafood restaurants, as well as hiking trails for you to burn off those extra calories when you’re all done.

4. Shop for Herbs at the Grand Marche
Also known as the Spice Market, Grand Marche is the place to visit to find regional herbs you can’t find back at home. From from dried bois bandé, jerk seasoning, and the freshest cinnamon, you’ll definitely be in herb heaven (herb-en)!

5. Explore the History of Saint-Pierre
Saint-Pierre was the cultural center of Martinique up until Mount Pelée erupted and destroyed the town back in 1902. Nowadays, many of the ruins can still be viewed, like the old theater, and a row of single story houses.

6. Tour Musée de la Pagerie
Napoleon’s wife Josephine, was born in this Museum. This stone cottage has been restored and now includes some of her personal property, including love letters from the French Emperor and childhood artifacts.

7. Explore Gorges de la Falaise
This hike up will lead you to dazzling waterfalls and sparkling rivers that are great for swimming. Surrounded by thick forests, this is one of the most picturesque areas in all of Martinique.

8. Hike Through Caravelle Peninsula
Nature lovers can wander their way through rugged terrain next to the gorgeous coastline and the beautiful forest. At the end of the trail, you’ll find Tartane – a small beach known for having the best swells in Martinique.

9. Listen to Music at Le Carbet
This is said to be the landing site of Christopher Columbus back in 1502. Today, it’s a beachside venue where musicians can perform their songs for visitors and the locals. Enjoy the sunset while the music plays in the background!

10. Sip a Cocktail at Les Salines
These white sand beaches are located at the southern tip of Martinique. There’s no shortage of things to do here, from swimming to snorkeling. If you’re looking for some R&R, grab a rum punch, pull up a beach chair, and unwind!

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Martinique Island Guide

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Cathy Bartrop shares her favourite experiences on the Caribbean island of Martinique. From the varied coastline and gorgeous beaches to the rainforest interior and historic sights.
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In our video review, we explore the sights and sounds of Martinique. Learn about the history, culture, and French influences found in this beautiful, thrilling island.

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Martinique, A Tour Of The Island.

A visit of the the French island of Martinique 280 miles off the coast of Venezuela. The tropical island is a paradise of many different climates and many sights. Beautiful palm tree lined beaches, lush vegetation in the jungle, spectacular sunsets on the West side and Montagne Pelée, a dormant volcano are just some of the rich attractions of this South Caribbean gem.
My trip takes you to many of the coastal towns as well as a drive in the center of the island through rain drenched wild jungle roads to the banana plantations in the North. Iguanas and lizards are part of the trip a well as beautiful flowers that bloom all year long. Martinique also boasts quite a number of beautiful churches, many dating to the 17th century. One particularity of these churches is that the woodwork beneath the roofs are in the shape of upside down ship hulls, as they were built by naval carpenters.
Martinique is a French overseas territory of 1,128 square kilometers (436 sq miles) with a population of 385,551 inhabitants.
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Fort-de-France is the largest city in and capital of Martinique.
Martinique is a Caribbean island that is an overseas department of France in the Caribbean Sea. One suggestion if you want English is to chat a bit with the guide before accepting the offer. Some are good at the first few sentences but have then exhausted their language skills.
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Marvelous Martinique - Beaches, Rum Distilleries, Hiking & Diving

Come explore the French Caribbean with us! Martinique is a unique island with a mix of French and Island culture. If you have the chance to visit - you won't want to miss it!

Airbnb in Gros-morne, Martinique
We found a charming Airbnb with incredible hosts who made our trip memorable. They are perfectly situated in the middle of the island, away from the highly populated tourist areas. Gros-Morne is just a one-hour drive to all corners of the island, and we definitely took advantage, exploring as much of Martinique as possible in just one week!

Mt Pelée
That’s right! We hiked the third deadliest volcano: Mt. Pelée. Pro-tip: start your hike early for the best views and for the least amount of crowds. Hike up to the caldera, around the caldera, and even into the Chinois cone if you still have the energy! Definitely plan to hike around the caldera for the best views over the ocean. After a successful hike, treat yourself to the island’s best ice cream: Ziouka Glaces in Le Carbet. Then, go for a dip in the refreshing waters—you earned it!

Anse Couleuvre
Martinique is an island, and therefore home to countless beaches! We spent one week driving around to find the best beaches, and we found our favorite to be Anse Couleuvre! A remote, black sand beach in the northernmost parts of Martinique, Anse Couleuvre was the least crowded! Navigating your way to this beach takes a bit of effort: a two hour drive from Les Trois-Îlets, and then a 15 minute hike to reach the beach. Trust us - it’s worth it!

Rum, rum, rum!
When in Martinique—take a rum tour! Martinique is home to more than 15 rum distilleries, most of them offering FREE rum tastings! Our favorite was Plantation St. James which includes beautiful grounds and an in-depth museum about the history of rum in Martinique. We highly recommend a visit - especially on a rainy day!

Or as the French say, “Plongeé”! There are many dive sites, for which you can see diverse sea life! While we didn’t encounter any turtles, were told you can catch them in the early mornings at Anse Dufour. We saw colorful corals, and even some moray eels! There’s nothing like surrounding yourself in schools of fish to feel like you’ve entered another world.

Diamond Rock and Cap 110 Memorial
What’s a trip without a little bit of history? We visited the Cap 110 Memorial which honored the lives lost in a tragic shipwreck in the 1830s. The somber memorial is a lasting tribute, and offers views of the famous Diamond Rock.

Savanna of Petrifications
Looking for beautiful, vast scenery? Head to the petrified forests and hike to the edges of the world. You can spend hours hiking to remote beaches, away from the crowds. Bring enough sunblock and water, because there aren’t many places to hide from the sun.

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Top 10 Caribbean/North Atlantic Islands to Visit in 2019

Need a tropical getaway? A warm vacation? The Caribbean and North Atlantic is for you. Welcome to MojoTravels and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Caribbean and North Atlantic Islands to Visit in 2019.

For this list, we’re taking a look at Caribbean islands that tourists should consider for their 2019 vacation destination. We’ll be taking recent hurricanes into account, as they’ve sadly left parts of the Caribbean devastated. Even in the wake of tragedy, though, the Caribbean remains a cornucopia of culture that everybody should visit at least once.

10: Bermuda
9: Jamaica
8: Saint Lucia
7: Sint Maarten
6: Martinique
5: Puerto Rico
4: Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands

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Caribbean getaways are a regular part of the good life for many. The beaches and sumptuous climate are the kind of delightful shock to the soul that everyone needs to recharge their batteries and be reminded that we are all children of the sun. But as familiar as many Caribbean Islands are in hospitality, grilled fish and music vibz, each Island-nation has its own distinct personality and layers of treasures to explore.
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Martinique Travel Guide: Top 25 Things to Do | TRAVEL THERAPY

Come along with the creator and host of Travel Therapy TV, Emmy award-winning, Karen Schaler, as she shows us the top 25 things to do on in Martinique. In this special Martinique travel guide Karen highlights the best hotels in Martinique, Martinique's best restaurants and foodie finds, affordable activities and top Martinique travel adventures.

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MARTINIQUE: Caribbean Paradise Travel Video

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Last month I had an opportunity to spend two wonderful weeks in Martinique - beautiful Carabbean island. It was on my bucket list for a long time and thanks to the new budget airline - Level, it finally became possible to get there cheaply! I was amazed by the island from day one - beside it's beauty, it's not yet crowded by turists, local people are really kind and waht's important for me, it has perfect surf spots that are still not popular (it will change soon, believe me!).

Locations used in the video:
- Mount Pelee (volcano)
- Caravelle Peninsula
- Cap Salomon
- Fort-de-France
- Diamant
- Sainte-Anne
- Morne Rouge
- J.M Rhum distillery
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5 Must-Do Activities in Guadeloupe

Guadeloupe is one of the Caribbean’s under-the-radar destinations, set between Dominica and Antigua in the Leeward Islands of the Lesser Antilles. In-the-know visitors come to enjoy it’s sailing culture, quiet beaches, French Caribbean cuisine and Creole heritage. There is much more to uncover as well. What follows are five things everyone should do when visiting Guadeloupe—the “Pearl of the French Caribbean.”

1. Attend a Cultural Festival

Guadeloupe has a colorful history, a mélange of cultures and customs.
The best way to celebrate its storied past is to time your visit with a cultural festival, such as Fête des Cuisinieres.

Each August, female chefs take to the streets in festive aprons and madras headscarves in celebration of St. Lawrence, the patron saint of cooks. They sing traditional songs, ring dinner bells and spread the love, by sharing their home cooking with newfound friends.

2. Go Rum Tasting

Guadeloupians are serious about rum, so make a point to head to one of its nine distilleries for a tasting and a tour. We chose Domaine de Bellevue on Marie Galant to sample the islands famous Planteurs punch, rum creme and oak barrel-aged rums. My favorite was the Coconut Punch rum, which combined the creaminess of a crème liquor (like Bailey’s Irish Crème) with the boldness of coconut. Rum tastings are offered every day and are free to visitors.

3. Try Creole Delicacies

Come hungry because the Creole food in Guadeloupe is outstanding. One of my favorite dishes, called a bokit, just tastes better when ordered from a food truck. This fried-bread sandwich includes the protein of your choice (conch, ham, grilled fish), a fried egg, tons of cheese and a spicy mayonnaise to tie all of the flavors together.

There are a lot of things you should do when you visit the scenic archipelago of Les Saintes, and trying a tourment d’amour should be one of them. The pastry— filled with coconut, guava or banana—is baked fresh daily and available at the ferry docks. Just look for women carting around large, decorative baskets.

No trip to Guadeloupe would be complete without sampling the region’s signature appetizer, cod fritters with homemade dog sauce. Most restaurants will serve a version of this garlicy, fried dish, and it’s perfect for sharing with friends (who don’t mind if your breath stinks afterward). You can find the recipe and a how-to video here:

4. Visit a Coffee Plantation

Not a lot of people know that Guadeloupe is the oldest coffee-growing region in the Americas—its roots tracing back to 1726, when the first Arabica Typica coffee seeds were introduced. At Habitation La Grivelière, coffee is painstakingly made the traditional way, which will give you a new appreciation for each and every cup.

5. Photograph Pointe des Chateaux

The Atlantic Ocean collides with the Caribbean Sea at Pointe des Chateaux, and you’re going to want to bring your camera to capture its rugged beauty. These are the same sights that drew in Christopher Columbus in 1493, and now it’s your turn to discover them.


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Top Reasons to visit Martinique in 2016

New non-stop flights from New York/JFK, Boston Logan and Baltimore/DC BWI from December 3, 2015 to late March 2016. One of the Caribbean's most awarded Islands with new hotels and villas to enjoy. See what a prominent American has to say about Martinique.

Travel Vlog: Martinique, Fort-de-France

Hey loves, as an Agnes Scott student, myself and other first years had the opportunity to go on a Journey’s Trip (included in tuition). The purpose of going on Journey’s is to learn globally and enhance the knowledge of cultural differences and traditions. Everyone goes to a different place, I was chosen for Martinique, Fort-de-France, a French speaking country. This has been a really great experience so far, I really hope you enjoy this vlogs and the ones that will follow. I am really grateful for the opportunities that my school has to offer. Enjoy!




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10 Best Places to Retire in the Caribbean

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When it comes to planning your dream Caribbean retirement, not all Caribbean islands are the same. Some offer more cosmopolitan environments, others more rugged. Others offer more luxury, others more affordability. But when it comes to finding that perfect mix of affordability, available real estate and sheer excitement, it may be better to look where others are not. These are the best places to retire that you may have never thought of.
1. Barbuda
2. Culebra
3. Dominica
4. Anegada
5. Cayman Brac
6. Cat Island, Bahamas
7. Marie-Galante, Guadeloupe
8. Great Exuma
9. Little Exuma
10. Roatan

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Petite Anse, Snack Fredo, Vacation in Martinique

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