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Bordered by two sublime natural beaches, the Karibea Sainte-Luce Hotel offers you a paradisiac lazy or active holiday, as a couple, with your family or friends.Book now
The tropical charm of a village by the water, in the shade of coconut palms. Water park, activities for all and clubs for children and teens aged 3 to 17. Creole specialities served at the various on-site restaurants and bars.Book now
This hotel offers 97 guest rooms renovated with a personal touch. The property, built on three levels with an elevator, around a luxurious garden and a large swimming pool, is a haven of peace, both colorful and warm. A piece of paradise dedicated to families and business clientele, close to main attractions.BOOK NOW
Renovated in a chic Caribbean spirit, the Karibea Squash Hotel is a 3-star establishment located on the heights of Fort-de-France, the capital of Martinique.BOOK NOW
Stay in the heart of the action at this resort located in Pointe du Bout, minutes way from the boats connecting Fort-de-France to the best beaches.BOOK NOW
Martinique has a cachet all its own; an endearing West Indian warmth in its personality, a special spice in its music and dance, its local dishes, cultural heritage, and way of life. It is an island with style and so much more.WATCH THE VIDEO
Martinican cuisine is a culinary fusion drawing on French savoir-faire, African generosity, a medley of spices from India and a chorus of other Caribbean and European influences. This cuisine is generous and multifaceted, with intriguing specialties such as Colombo curry, codfish Accras, pâté-en-pot stew and fish blaff.READ MORE
With its lush landscapes and extraordinary biodiversity, Martinique is one of the Caribbean’s top ecotourism destinations. UNESCO added the entire island of Martinique to its World Network of Biosphere Reserves, which promotes biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. Volcanoes and forest of Mount Pelée and the Pitons of Northern Martinique are also now on UNESCO's list of World Heritage.READ MORE
Martinique features more than 90 dive sites, including Saint-Pierre Bay in the north, dubbed the Little Pompeii of the Caribbean, and the majestic Diamond Rock in the south across from the town of Le Diamant — no two sites are alike.READ MORE
Martinique’s long stretches of sandy beaches are superb for swimming, snorkeling, surfing, sailing, or just soaking up some sun. Don’t forget to pack your swimsuit!READ MORE
In Martinique, you’ll find contemporary art exhibits (be sure to visit the new Fondation Clément Gallery), public sculptures, historic architecture, and everything in between.READ MORE
Learn about Martinique’s best sights, activities, and accommodations and find other useful information to help you prepare for your trip.Download
Explore Martinique’s wide variety of outdoor activities and beautiful natural sites and learn why this French Caribbean island is an excellent destination for divers.Download
With awe-inspiring natural beauty, a rich cultural history, and warm welcome, the French Caribbean island of Martinique stirs passion.
UNESCO added the entire island of Martinique to its World Network of Biosphere Reserves, which promotes biodiversity conservation and sustainable development. In addition to its remarkable geology, the island has an abundance of beautifully unspoiled beaches, volcanic peaks, rainforests, waterfalls, streams, and other natural wonders that make it a true gem in the Caribbean.
If you want something fresh, new, and different in the Caribbean, you will find it all here. A special place to be – Martinique c’est magnifique!