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Things to do in Martinique!

Nature enthusiasts can marvel at the island’s lush rainforests and hike the iconic Mount Pelée volcano for breathtaking views. Dive into adventure with pristine coral reefs, deep-sea fishing, or sunset sails along the picturesque coastline.

Experience the magic of Martinique’s unrivaled beauty, vibrant culture, and warm hospitality that will captivate your heart. Don’t miss this opportunity to create unforgettable memories in this tropical paradise. Book your dream vacation to Martinique today!

Experience the Charm of Martinique:
Your Caribbean Dream Awaits

Discover the captivating beauty of Martinique, a Caribbean paradise blending French and Creole culture, stunning beaches, and lush landscapes. This enchanting island promises an unforgettable tropical getaway and memories to cherish.

Relax on sun-kissed, white sand beaches and explore the island’s diverse landscapes, from picturesque fishing villages to majestic mountains.

Immerse yourself in Martinique’s rich cultural heritage as you visit bustling markets, historic sites, and savor mouthwatering Creole and French cuisine, accompanied by world-class rum.

Volcanoes and Forests
of Mount Pelée and the Pitons of Northern Martinique

Mount Pelée and several peaks in the north of Martinique have been rightfully inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as of September 16, 2023.

This inscription marks a historical milestone, highlighting the significance of Martinique not only within the Caribbean region but also on a global scale. This honor was solemnly ratified in Riyadh, during the 45th session of the UNESCO World Heritage Committee.

This prestigious label applies to an area representing nearly 12% of Martinique’s total land, about 14,000 hectares.

This is the third honor granted by UNESCO to Martinique in two years, thereby enhancing its prestige and international recognition as a sanctuary of invaluable natural and cultural treasures.

World Heritage Convention

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World Heritage Convention

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Dive into Martinique's Underwater Wonderland at A Papa Dlo diving center

Dive into the captivating blue of the Caribbean with the A PAPA D’LO dive club, open all year round, for absolutely memorable moments.

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced diver, let yourself be amazed by the translucent beauty of our warm waters.

Embark on a unique underwater adventure to discover historical shipwrecks, remnants of the 1902 eruption. Our supervised diving baptisms and self-guided explorations will delight all tastes.

Plus, our diving center offers training at all levels, to deepen your passion for the depths. Dive into the adventure with us!

Saint-Pierre has a date with history

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Depaz Rum Factory

Nestled at the foot of the majestic Mount Pelée in Martinique, the Depaz Distillery unfolds as a gem of Martinican heritage. With a rich history dating back to the colonial era, this distillery offers a unique experience, blending the tasting of exceptional rum, a true legacy of the volcanic soils of Saint-Pierre, and the discovery of an estate with sumptuous colonial architecture. Don’t miss this indispensable sensory and historical journey during your visit to the Island of Flowers.

The Memorial of the 1902 disaster

The Memorial of the 1902 disaster | Frank A. Perret Museum is a Museum of France in Saint-Pierre, managed by the Clément Foundation since 2018. It provides a permanent exhibition that testifies to the eruptions of Mount Pelée and the destruction of Saint-Pierre. Designed to attract various audiences, the museum aims to enrich the common heritage while valuing a shared history. With its remarkable architecture and commitment to contemporary museography, it contributes to the cultural influence of the city.

Saint-Pierre in Martinique

Saint-Pierre, in Martinique, was founded by the French in 1635 and became a prosperous center for sugar and rum trade. Known as the “Little Paris of the West Indies” in the 18th century, it was devastated by the eruption of Mount Pelée in 1902, killing nearly all of its inhabitants. Today, Saint-Pierre is an important historical site, attracting tourists with its rich heritage and remnants from the eruption.

Farmer’s market

Beaming vendors proudly display the bounties of local agriculture at the Saint-Pierre Market, Martinique. These sun-soaked vegetables, grown with love, reflect the authenticity and diversity of our island.

Here you will find delicious Creole cooking recipes.

You can also enjoy the best restaurants on the north coast of Martinique.


Habitation Ceron

Welcome to Habitation Céron in Martinique! Our historic plantation estate offers a unique fusion of authentic Creole architecture and modern comforts. Relax at the inviting pool or our private beachfront, surrounded by nature’s splendor. Explore the fragrant fruit orchards and experience the essence of Caribbean charm. Whether it’s a romantic getaway or a family adventure, create cherished memories at Habitation Céron.

Tour des Yoles : local sailing race

The Tour of Martinique of Round Yoles is a prominent event in Martinique. Held annually in late July, it’s a week-long nautical competition featuring “round yoles”, traditional Martinican boats. Crews use wooden poles as human counterweights, making navigation challenging and fascinating. The race, changing yearly, tours the island’s coast and is more than a sporting event—it’s a cultural celebration with music, dance, and traditional cuisine.

Thanks to Chanflor SOMES for this beautiful video!

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