- Saint-Pierre – don’t miss the “Pompeii of the Caribbean”. This city was once considered the “Paris of the Caribbean”, until it was destroyed by a massive eruption of Mount Pele in 1902. See the ruins, and learn about the only survivor.
- Balata Church – When visiting Paris, you wouldn’t want to miss visiting the Basilica of Sacré Coeur. You can visit its scaled down replica in Martinique.
- La Pagerie – Did you know that Napoleon’s first wife, Empress Josephine was from Martinique? Visit the home where she grew up.
- Slave Savannah – See and understand how free former slaves lived off the land in the 1800’s.
- Schoelcher Library – Originally designed and built in Paris in 1889 for the same exhibition as the Eiffel Tower, it was disassembled, shipped and reassembled in Martinique.
- St. Louis Cathedral – Inspired by Gustave Eiffel, this cathedral towers over Fort-de-France.
- Fort St. Louis – The history of this fort dates back to the 1600’s, and it’s still an active French Naval Base!
- Banana Plantations – Bananas are still one of the leading exports of Martinique. Tour a working plantation on a miniature tourist train.
- Distilleries – So many, that we have another section dedicated to them!
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