Our team specializes in planning all aspect of a trip to Martinique, including transportation, guided services, transfers, lodging, tickets, meals, shared and private day trips, shore excursions, and packages for both individuals and small groups.
From entertaining and educational guided walking tours to meticulously crafted customized multi-region small group tours, we use our overflowing creativity and exciting ideas to let our clients see our wonderful nation in a way that is truly special.
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Top-10 places to visit in Martinique
For a more personalized and flexible tour, take a Showaround tour with a local in Martinique. These local guides can take you down any narrow alley or into any store or cafe. They will let you make spontaneous decisions and show you only the best places in the island. For example, you can choose to visit the Sacre Coeur de Balata Church or the traditional Yole boat trip.
If you want to learn about the history, culture, and the cuisine of Martinique, you should consider booking a Fort-de-France guided tour. This charming town is home to many art galleries and small shops, so there are plenty of things to see and do. For example, you can visit the Schoelcher Library to read the works of French writer Victor Shoelcher. Another interesting place to visit in Fort-de-France is the historic St Louis cathedral, which was built in the late 19th Century.
The Fort-de-France area of Martinique is a popular destination for tourists. The capital city of the island, it's where ferries to other Caribbean islands dock. The town is historically an important port, having first been inhabited in 1638. In 1902, it was made the capital of Martinique. Initially, Fort-de-France was centered around the 17th-century Fort Saint-Louis. Today, it is home to nearly 150,000 people. Its size and sprawling cityscape has led to a thriving tourist industry.
One of the best places to see on a guided tour of Martinique is L'Habitation Clement, a former sugar plantation. Listed as a historical monument in 1996, this property is worth a visit for a taste of the island's rich history. There are guided tours of this place that are free of charge, and you can also get an audioguide to help you understand the place better.
L'Habitation Clement is open 365 days a year. It's free to explore the estate and there's no set time limit, but it's recommended to plan at least two hours. You won't have to purchase tickets in advance to visit the estate, as the grounds are vast and never crowded.
Sacre Coeur de Balata Church
The Sacre Coeur de Balata Church is a magnificent example of French architecture. The church is a 1/5 scale replica of the Sacred Heart Basilica in Paris. Its location provides a magnificent view of the city and surrounding areas. It was built in 1915 by French architect Wuifflef.
This beautiful replica of the Sacre Coeur de Montmartre in Paris is located about seven kilometers north of the city of Fort-de-France. Visitors can reach this church from the RN 3 highway toward Morne-Rouge. It is set high above the bay and offers spectacular views of the surrounding area. Designed by French architect Wuifflef, the Sacré Coeur de Balata Church is a wonderful sight to see.
Traditional Yole boat trips
If you're looking for a unique and memorable vacation on the island of Martinique, consider going on a traditional Yole boat trip. This open-water sailing vessel is 36 feet long with one or two sails. It has long movable poles for crew members to perch on to balance the boat and sail safely. Over the centuries, yole craft have been used for various purposes on the island, from fishing to transporting people. They are traditionally powered by human power and can carry between seven to fourteen people.
The yole boat was traditionally used by fishermen in Martinique, where it helped them exploit the marine fauna. Today, the tradition is still alive and will soon be listed as an intangible world heritage by UNESCO.
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