Martinique Cruise

The French Port of Call in the Caribbean

Cruise tourists

An Unforgettable Experience

Cruise Visitors to Fort de France are receiving an even warmer welcome with the new Martinique Cruise Village, a complex consisting of vendors and information […]

A perfect day in Martinique

An enchanting underwater world, colorful tropical flowers, the mysteries of the ruins of Saint Pierre or the swinging rythms of the bèlè drums and more. […]

Top Reasons to Visit Martinique

An elegant Caribbean island which offers a delightful mix of French, African and Caribbean influences. A rich culture, a culinary heaven, the best rums in […]


Martinique Rum Crewed Experience

We invite your family or small group to savor a truly unique and once-in-a-lifetime experience in quaint Martinique, while enjoying premiere all-inclusive on-the-water service and […]

New CEO of the Martinique Tourism Authority

The Martinique Tourism Authority is pleased to announce the appointment of François Baltus-Languedoc as CEO of the MTA on September 25, 2019. Mr. François Baltus-Languedoc’s […]

Oprah Magazine named Martinique #1 winter getaway

O, The Oprah Magazine online recently showed some love for Martinique, naming it the No. 1 winter getaway in an article titled “The Best Trips […]

Martinique: Tropical Forests and Beaches

New York Times writer finds surprises and simple pleasures while exploring Martinique with his family. Read the article

La Martinique Cruise Updates

In this brochure you will find the following articles Aimé Césaire International Airport achievements enhancing Martinique competitiveness in the Caribbean. The port authority of Martinique […]

The French port of call in the Caribbean

This Caribbean island boasts modern cruise terminals only a stone’s throw from safe and vibrant urban centers, local gourmet cuisine, unspoiled nature, and exciting excursions […]


  • Take a ride in the capital Fort-de-France in a fun way!
  • Far away nested on the eastern side of the Caribbean Sea close to the north east side of South America is the tiny island of Martinique with both Caribbean and French influences and has so much to offer!
  • The water is super clear and awesome and the white sand super white just beautiful!
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    The people are really really friendly here! You smile at someone they smile back they say Bonjour … yea, they’re really friendly here!
  • Martinique Magnifique! There are countless reasons for exploring Martinique the French Caribbean island at the heart of the West Indian archipelago.