Martinique Landmarks

Martinique Landmarks

In Martinique you should definitely see the Cathedral Saint Luis / Forte de France. The cathedral was built in 1978 according to the plans of the well-known Architects Henri Picq. The tower of the church has a height of about 60 meters. But the Cathedral Saint Luis is not the first church that were built on this square. Some have already stood here, but all of them were destroyed by…

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How to Get to Martinique

How to Get to Martinique

Martinique arrival Airplane: the airlines that fly to Martinique from Europe include Air France, Air Caribes (both from Paris) and Corsair (from Brest, Paris and Lyon). There are numerous feeder flights from airports in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. The following airlines fly to Martinique within the Caribbean and Central America: Air Caraibes – Castries (St. Lucia), Panama City, Santo Domingo (Dominican Republic), Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadelupe), Port-au-Prince (Haiti), St. Martin / Sint Maarten…

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Traveling in Martinique

Traveling in Martinique

Airplane: Airplanes can be chartered from Air Martinique. Tourist flights are offered by Heli Blue, ACF Aviation and Alizes Air Services, among others. Ship: There are several regular vedettes (ferries) between the main resorts and Fort-de-France. Places visited on the routes include Anses d’Arlet, Anse Mitan and Anse à l’Ane. Matinik Cruise Line has a ferry between Fort-de-France and Trois-Ilets. Somatours Vedettes operates an hourly ferry between Fort-de-France and Pointe du Bout.…

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Martinique Geography

Martinique Geography

According to MICROEDU.COM, the island of Martinique is located in the Caribbean Sea and belongs to the Lesser Antilles archipelago. With an area of ​​1,128 km² and a population of around 450,000 people it is becoming increasingly popular for tourism. This is mainly due to the fact that Martinique is French overseas territory and thus belongs to the European Union. This means that you can pay with the euro there.…

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