Martinique | Destination overview
Technically an integral part or department of France, Martinique is an isle of French charm, class, culture, cuisine and chic at their Gallic best Beautiful beyond words, Martinique captured the attention of Paul Gauguin, whose paintings of Martinique are among the world's most prized treasures. Go to the secluded beaches of this French Antilles Eden and you are apt to see island beauties not wearing royal crowns--or anything else. Nudity and monkinis, or one-piece bikinis, are as commonplace here as in the south of France.
Diamant Beach - 49 apartments (studio, mezzanine, deux pieces or duplex)
with 1 restaurant, 1 swimming pool and a direct access to the
beach of Diamant.
Located in the Diamond Bay, opposite
the famous rock that gave its name.
Ten small Creole style
villas scattered amid the coconut palms, hibiscus and
Douce Vague - Douce Vague residence, completely renovated in 2012.
You can choose between 16 apartments F2 Suite fully equipped,
furnished with air conditioning, television and telephone. The rooms
are equipped with beds 1.80 x 0.90 x 1.90 or 1.90. The
bathrooms are consistent with showers and toilets. On a good
L'Ecrin Bleu - The blue ECRIN is located on the heights of the city of
diamond within a green framework.
The Residence profits from a
single panorama on Bay but also on famous Rocher of Diamond.
At only five minutes of walk, you will discover his four
kilometers long beach.
This small family, convivial Residence is
All about Martinique
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. Pharmacies stock the world-class French scents and toiletries so prized by women (and me ... continue