Martinique Sights

The northern part of the island will appeal to nature lovers, hikers, and mountain climbers. The drive from Fort-de-France to St-Pierre is particularly impressive, as is the one across the island, via Morne Rouge, from the Caribbean to the Atlantic. This is Martinique's wild side—a place of waterfalls, rain forest, and mountains. The highlight is Mont Pelée. The south is the more developed half

of the island, where the resorts and restaurants are located, as well as the beaches.

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Balata 1

Macouba 1

Other Attractions North of Fort-de-France 9

St-Pierre 3

Ste-Marie 2

South of Fort-de-France 17

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Le François 1

Les Trois-Ilets 2

Other Attractions South of Fort-de-France 8

Fort-de-France 8

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Bibliothèque Schoelcher

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This wildly elaborate Romanesque public library was named after Victor Schoelcher, who led the fight to free the slaves in the French...

Fort St. Louis

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Fort Saint Louis (Lou-ee), an imposing stone fortress that has guarded the island’s principal port city for some 375 years, was closed...

La Savane

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The heart of Fort-de-France, La Savane is a 12½-acre park filled with trees, fountains, and benches. A massive revitalization made it...

Musée d'Histoire et d'Ethnographie

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This museum is best undertaken at the beginning of your vacation, so you can better understand the history, background, and people of...

Musée d’Archéologie Précolombienne et de Préhistoire

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

A hidden treasure with an unassuming entrance, it is just down the street from the hotel l’Imperatrice. A multi-story archaeological...

Rue Victor Schoelcher

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Stores sell Paris fashions and French perfume, china, crystal, and liqueurs, as well as local handicrafts along this street running through...

Schoelcher

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Pronounced shell- share, this upscale suburb of Fort-de-France is home to the University of the French West Indies and Guyana, as well...

St-Louis Cathedral

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This Romanesque cathedral with lovely stained-glass windows was built in 1878, the sixth church on this site (the others were destroyed...

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