Martinique Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Martinique - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Anse Corps de Garde

  • Beach–Sight

On the southern Caribbean coast, this is one of the island's best long stretches of white sand. The public beach has picnic tables, restrooms...

Anse Tartane

  • Beach–Sight

This patch of sand is on the wild side of the Presqu'île du Caravelle. Ungroomed and in a fairly natural state, it's what the French...

Diamant Beach

  • Beach–Sight

The island's longest beach has a splendid view of Diamond Rock, but the Atlantic waters are rough, with lots of wave action—it's not...

Diamond Rock

  • Nautical Site/Lighthouse

This volcanic mound, 1 mile (1½ km) offshore from the small, friendly village of Le Diamant, is one of the island's best diving spots.

Forêt de Montravail

  • Forest

A few miles north of Ste-Luce, this tropical rain forest is ideal for a short hike. Look for the interesting group of Carib rock drawings.

Lamentin

  • Town/Village

There's nothing pretty about Lamentin; the international airport is its most notable landmark. The rest of the town is a sprawling industrial...

Le Marin

  • Town/Village

The yachting capital of Martinique, Le Marin is also known for its colorful August carnival and its Jesuit church, circa 1766. From Le...

Le Vauclin

  • Town/Village

The return of the fishermen at noon is the big event in this important fishing port on the Atlantic. There's also the 18th-century Chapel...

Les Salines

  • Beach–Sight

A short drive south of Ste-Anne brings you to a mile-long (1½-km-long) cove lined with soft white sand and coconut palms. The beach...

Pointe du Marin

  • Beach–Sight

Stretching north from Ste-Anne, this is a good windsurfing and waterskiing spot. It's also a popular family beach, with restaurants,...

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