Sights & Attractions in Martinique

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Things to Do in South of Fort-de-France

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Diamond Rock
This volcanic mound, 1 mile (1.5 km) offshore from the small...
Nautical Sites South of Fort-de-France
 
Forêt de Montravail
A few miles north of Ste-Luce, this tropical rain forest is ideal...
Forests South of Fort-de-France
 
Habitation Clément
Get a glimpse into Martinique's colonial past. Visitors are given...
Wineries / Breweries South of Fort-de-France
 
La Savane des Esclaves
Down a dirt road, in the countryside outside the tourist zone...
Museum Village South of Fort-de-France
 
Lamentin
There's nothing pretty about Lamentin; the international airport...
Towns South of Fort-de-France
 
Le Marin
The yachting capital of Martinique, Le Marin is also known for...
Towns South of Fort-de-France
 
Le Vauclin
The return of the fishermen at noon is the big event in this...
Towns South of Fort-de-France
 
Musée de la Pagerie
A stone building that held the kitchen of the estate where Joséphine...
Museums / Galleries South of Fort-de-France
 
Pointe du Bout
This tourist area has a marina and several resort hotels, among...
Neighborhoods / Streets South of Fort-de-France
 
Ste-Anne
A long, nearly white-sand beach and a Catholic church are the...
Towns South of Fort-de-France
 
Ste-Luce
This quaint fishing village has a sleepy main street with tourist...
Towns South of Fort-de-France
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