Martinique Travel Guide
The beautiful French West Indies’ island of Martinique located between St. Lucia and Dominica, offers holiday makers a unique mix of cultures with a distinct french feel.
The island’s stunning landscape is dominated by the volcano Mont Pelee, the Pitons de Carbet mountains and flourishing rainforest. The beaches on the island range from silky white to volcanic black sand.
Martinique’s multi-cultured heritage is a mix European, African, Chinese, German, Indian and Portuguese which is reflected in the food and customs. The capital Georgetown is a must for sightseers, full of 19th century architecture, local markets with food, arts and crafts. One of the more famous attractions is St. George’s Cathedral, noted for being one of the worlds tallest wooden structures.
Martinique offers plenty of activities there are water sports, including diving, sailing, deep sea fishing, parasailing, jet skiing and windsurfing and a golf course on the island
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