Avec la parution du magazine Martinique Magnifique n°4, nous atteignons la 6ème édition de notre magazine hôtelier.
Ce magazine haut de gamme bilingue français/anglais est un outil de promotion de la destination et de valorisation des prestations touristiques proposées à nos visiteurs. Il est destiné à la clientèle séjournant dans vos hébergements.
Mount PeléeRéserve Biologique Intégrale (nature protected area), this world famous volcano on clear days offers a magnificent panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean Sea./sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc1.jpgmount-pelee
The islet of Sainte-Marie and its tomboloNatural wonder related to ocean tides, the Tombolo, located in the town of Sainte-Marie in the north Atlantic coast is a sandbar connecting the islet of Sainte-Marie to the mainland November to April./sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc2.jpgislet-sainte-marie-and-its-tombolo
Saint-Pierre, City of Art and HistoryRanked 101st city of art and history, Saint-Pierre was the capital of Martinique before the 1902 eruption of the Mount Pelée volcano.. Since the destruction, Saint-Pierre is an open air museum./sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc3.jpgsaint-pierre
Caravelle peninsulaDry forest, thickets, mangrove, savannah, sheltered bays and steep cliffs of the Caravelle peninsula, a classified natural reserve, offers an environnement ideal for the development of many native species./sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc4.jpgcaravelle-peninsula
Fort-de-France bayNearly 1.000 endemic species, numerous economic activities can be found at Fort-de-France Bay, also known as Bay of the Flemish. This site was also ranked among the most beautiful bays in the world in 2011 !/sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc5.jpgfort-de-france-bay
La Pointe du BoutHighly touristic, La Pointe du Bout in Trois-Ilets features hotels, restaurants, shops and numerous sandy beaches, not to mention the beautiful view of the Bay of Fort de France !/sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc6.jpgla-pointe-du-bout
Les SalinesFine sand, coconut trees, turquoise water Salines beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in the Lesser Antilles. It epitomizes postcard-perfect Martinique./sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc7.jpgles-salines
Diamond RockA paradise for seabirds, and an exceptional diving spot, this rocky outcrop in the middle of the Caribbean Sea has lived an eventful history./sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc8.jpgdiamond-rock
Coeur-BoulikiEnjoy greenery and freshness in this unique ecosystem of St. Joseph. In the heart of Martinique, you will find Coeur Bouliki forest. Nicknamed "the green lung of Martinique, this forest surrounds the La Rivière Blanche(White River), which originates from the Carbet peaks./sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc9.jpgcoeur-bouliki
The petrified savannahA protected geological site, La Savane des Pétrifications is an amazing, arid Savannah that extends to the site of an ancient volcano. It is named after the wood petrified that once stood there./sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc10.jpgpetrified-savannah
Josephine's Bath and white shoalsThis is the most spectacular and famous, sandy shallow commonly called "Les Fonds Blancs" typical to the Atlantic coast south of Martinique. This site offers exceptional swimming./sites/martinique/themes/martinique/img/accueil/inc11.jpgjosephines-bath-and-white-shoals