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.
Habitation Ilet Thierry - An island ... ...
15 acres of tropical vegetation,
protected by the coral reef.
A green set with "white
backgrounds" with turquoise waters.
A house ... ...
house on the island in the heart of a garden with flowers and
trees, a large and cozy house Creole nineteenth century all wood,
Hotel L'Imperatrice (The Empress) - At the heart of Fort-de-France, facing the beautiful park
of the Savannah, the Empress, a hotel full of charm and
character synonymous with elegance and authenticity Creole.
hotel, modernist architecture of the 50s, with its balconies
overlooking the bay, welcomes you in a renovated accommodation.
La Dunette - Welcome to the website of La Dunette, a
hotel-bar-restaurant located in the heart of the village of Sainte-Anne on the
south of the island, facing the Caribbean sea.
10 km from the
greater Caribbean marina and equidistant from the Atlantic
beaches, the village lets you combine a sports vacation with
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