Popular Accommodations in Martinique
Highlights in Martinique
- Tropical climate and pleasant temperatures all year round
- Wonderful palm-lined sandy beaches
- Birthplace of Empress Joséphine
- Creole dances at carnival
Most popular in Martinique
Vacation rentals in Martinique
On the island of Martinique you will find a wide range of excellent accommodation, mainly cabins, houses, villas and chalets. Such a vacation rental often stands in a shady garden and is surrounded by palm trees. Of course there are also holiday cottages, from which you don't have to go far to the next beach of your dreams.Comfortable holiday apartments with sea view
If you choose a holiday apartment or an apartment in one of the town centres or along the coast, you will receive comfortable facilities and a terrace where you can enjoy the most beautiful sunsets every evening. Some accommodations are located close to shops and restaurants, so you can easily walk or cycle around.
Holidays in Martinique
Location and orientation
The Caribbean island of Martinique is a true paradise for souls in need of relaxation. The island belongs to the Lesser Antilles, where French is spoken in addition to Creole. Since Martinique is part of France, it belongs to the European Union. The island has a length of 73 kilometers and is 39 kilometers wide.
Things to know
The rainy season in Martinique usually lasts from June to October. Otherwise the island has a tropical climate. In the humid north the vegetation is more luxuriant. The south is generally regarded as a drier region. From January to February it is between 21 and 27 degrees Celsius. In August and September it can get up to 30 degrees hot.
Martinique is the only place in the world to produce rum with the AOC seal.
Top 3 travel tips
The most important sightseeing of the Caribbean island Martinique are of course the wonderful sandy beaches that all resemble postcard motifs. White sand, turquoise sea and paradisiacal landscapes are guaranteed here. Many beaches also offer coconut palms as well as numerous water sports.2. Visit the birthplace of the Empress
An absolutely recommendable museum is the Musee de la Pagerie in Trois-Ilets, located in the building where Empress Marie-Joséphine Rose Tascher the Pagerie was born in 1763. You can visit the building by guided tour. The museum also contains letters, portraits and other memorabilia that Napoleon sent to the Empress.3. Experience typical creole dance evenings
Dance and music have a special meaning for the inhabitants of Martinique. Here you can learn dances like Zouk, Biguine, Quadrille or Gwo Ka, which are typically Creole. The Carnival season is particularly colourful, with many colourfully decorated parades and dancing all over the island.
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