Martinique - 39 Attractions You Must Visit
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It is an island which is an overseas territorial collectivity of France, in the eastern Caribbean Sea. The island features many beautiful beaches, rain forests, and mountains.
Types of Attractions in Martinique
List of Attractions in Martinique
Anse Corps de Garde
Anse Corps de Garde is a beach located in the town of Sainte-Luce in Martinique. The beaches have a maritime swimming pool and a nautical center. They are very busy. Important hotel complexes are set back from the beaches behind the coastal forest ridge. These beaches are accessible on foot via the coastal path and The beach is subject to strong erosion. The coastal barrier has been retreating significantly for several years.
Anse Couleuvre is a cove located in the town of Prêcheur in Martinique. A few hundred meters long, this black sand beach faces the Pearl Island . The beach is separated into two parts by the Anse Couleuvre river. The beach is accessible by a small road from Anse Céron. A beautiful strip of gray volcanic sand in an arc, overhung by imposing cliffs covered by tropical forest. This beach and the area is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round
A beautiful beach which was hidden by one of the coves of the island in the southwest of Martinique. This fine white sand beach has turquoise waters and exotic nature with small huts and fishing boats along. swimming is very interesting here because of the calm waves and also this beach is flourished with so many water creatures too. It is also a magical place to enjoy the sunset. You can have a nice time here.
Anse Figuier, Martinique
L ' Anse Figuier is a beach located in the town of Rivière-Pilote in Martinique. The cove is home to a popular, unguarded, busy beach. The Martinique Ecomuseum is located just behind the beach. The site is accessible by road from the hamlet of Poirier. The beach is located east of Pointe Figuier. It was one of the beautiful places to spend with your family and also there are so many activities to do.
Anse Mabouya is a beach located in Trois Rivières in the town of Sainte-Luce in Martinique. The beach is accessible from the hamlet of the Desert, and by the coastal path which runs along the beach of the Anse Corps de Garde. It is wooded and quite wide which will allow you to easily find a shaded site. The sea, beautiful and calm, will thus allow swimming for young and old alike.
L'Anse Mitan is a French hamlet in the commune of Trois-Îlets in Martinique, where it is approximately 4 kilometers away. The main attraction here is the gorgeous stretch of white sand beach bordered by a few coconut palms. There are so many interesting things to see around this place. It is also known as the Island of Flowers for its abundance of blooms and verdant greenery spread across its rugged and unspoiled terrain.
A beautiful beach which was covered with black sands was located in Anses-d'Arlet in Martinique. The beach is very popular with tourists. A pontoon serves as a landing stage for a small diving club located on the beach. There is no access to vehicles by road for non-residents. swimming ad snorkelling is excellent here. it is not so easy to go to the black sand beach. You must indeed go down 137 steps to reach it. This makes it a peaceful place.
L ' Anse Trabaud is a beach located in the town of Sainte-Anne in Martinique. It Trabaud is located between Pointe d'Enfer to the west and Pointe Baham to the east, at the foot of Morne des Pétrifications. The site is accessible on foot only, by the trace of the Caps, from the Salines beach or by the Baie des Anglais. The beach is a secluded, unsupervised beach, frequented by a few naturist enthusiasts. The Trace des Caps trail runs along the beach.
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The Balata Garden is a private botanical garden located 10 kilometers north of Fort-de-France city center, Route de Balata, along the Route de la Trace, in Martinique. The Garden is animated by the creativeness and visions of his creator who has been caring and healing the plants for more than 50 years and now shares this dream with everyone who walks through this magic world. There are beautiful trails bordered by heliconias, wild orchids, palms, dracaenas, and mahoganies. In the distance, yo
The Dubuc castle was built in 1725, by Louis du Buc Galion, grand-son of Pierre du Buc, Sieur de La Caravelle, and Marigot, the Caravelle peninsula, east coast of Martinique, to Tartary. Situated in the center of the natural reserve, the site of the chateau Dubuc can be the opportunity for a very pleasant walk. This farm produced sugar and coffee for export. All the ruins and land are protected as historical monuments. it was now one of the famous attractions in this area.
Ecomuseum of Martinique
The Martinique ecomuseum was created in the year 1993 located in Pointe Figuier towards the hamlet of Poirier, on the edge of Anse Figuier beach , in the town of Rivière-Pilote in Martinique. this ecomuseum traces the history of Martinique through objects, reconstructions, and models. The collections evoke the history of the island from Amerindian prehistory to the beginning of the colonial era, through the period of slavery to the economy of the plantation.
Étang des Salines
Lake/ River/ Ponds
Étang des Salines is a pond in Martinique. It is located in the south of the island, not far from Sainte-Anne located to the north, and the Baie des Anglais to the northeast. The site along the Trace des Caps hiking trail and the Salines beach is very busy. A footbridge on stilts has been installed to allow walkers to discover and observe the site's avifauna. One of the greenish locations in this area which is much more attracted by tourists.
Fort Saint Louis
A majestic seaside fortress that was witness to the history of Martinique and the founding of Fort de France. It is located in the city center a short walk from Savannah Park and the ferry terminal. Today, It is an active base for the French National Navy. Sections of the historic fort can be toured. There are so many things to see in and around this place and it also offers a spectacular view of the sea also.
The Domaine du Grand Macabou is a protected natural site located in the town of Le Marin in Martinique. The area was a former plantation Sugar Cane in the xvii th century and xviii th century. Following the decline in agricultural production, the farm was abandoned, and the land was gradually covered by thorny savannah. One of the beautiful places which were flourished with natural beauty, greenery, and beautiful beach.
Grande Anse du Diamant
Grande Anse du Diamant is a beach of almost 3 kilometers long, located south of the peninsula Diamond, the town of Diamond in Martinique. The beach faces the Rocher du Diamant. The beach is considered dangerous because the sea is rough and the current is strong. But this pretty setting should not make people forget that it can be dangerous to swim in it. This site is popular among tourists passing through the region.
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The Habitation Clément is a former dwelling sugar plantation in the town of François in Martinique. The property, which extends over 160 hectares, includes three parts the old distillery of rum Clement, now converted into a museum dedicated to the manufacture of rum and seat of the Clement Foundation, the aging cellars for Clément rum, the Creole-style residential buildings and there is also a 16-hectare botanical park, open to the public. It will be a new experience while visiting this place.
îlet Chancel is the largest and private island which was located in Martinique covering an area of 80 hectares. Chancel islet keeps the remains of a sugar plantation, a lime kiln, and a pottery destroyed during cyclones. But it is above all the presence of one of the last colonies of Caribbean iguanas, whose females are generally green in color and males gray in color, which makes it particularly interesting. In 2006 there were around 600 individuals. . The site is home to many curiosities that
L' Ilet Chevalier is a small uninhabited island on the Sainte-Anne peninsula in Martinique. It belongs administratively to Sainte-Anne. Located on the east coast of the Sainte-Anne peninsula, facing the Atlantic, 500 m from Cap Chevalier and near Rat Island, the islet is protected by a coral reef. It is easily accessible from the shore in a few minutes by boat. A footpath goes around it; it allows you to discover its xerophilic vegetation, made up of shrubs and cacti.
The islet Madame is one of the islets of Robert on the Atlantic coast of Martinique. Located in the Havre du Robert, opposite the Pointe la Rose, it depends on the town of Robert. The islet has a fine sandy beach with turquoise waters. A path goes around it. It is also the most frequented islet in the town of Robert, because the only one with a sandy cove allowing swimming. It also attracts boaters as there may be more than 10 boats moored at or near the pontoon.
The Îlet Oscar is an uninhabited island of Martinique, one of François islets, administratively belonging to Le Francois. Being located near the Joséphine bathtub, the islet receives around 200 tourists daily, which makes it the most frequented islet of the François islets. It was one of the beautiful places where you can enjoy the natural beauty and also can spend a nice time.
Map of attractions in Martinique
For more information about Martinique, visit: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martinique