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Martinique is truly a land of tradition and culture, with a rich history of crafts and literature by renowned authors and famous poets, music and dance, lifestyle and gastronomy. Its multi-ethnic population stems from the cultural mixing of the island's successive inhabitants: Amerindians, Europeans, Africans, Indians, Levantines and Asians.

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Welcome to Martinique. This French overseas department is an island located in the Leeward Islands in the Lesser Antilles in the southern Caribbean Sea. North of Trinidad and Tobago. View Map. It's culture reflects a mix of French and West Indian Influences. Its largest town is its capital Fort-de-France featuring La Savane, a garden adjoining narrow alley shops and bistros. Book Here

Top 10 Things - Random Order

1.Visit Fort-de-France2.Point du Bout3. Mont Pelée 4.Musée de la Pagerie5.Les Salines Beach (view more beaches below)

6.Diamond Beach 7.La Savane park (La Savane des Esclaves) 8.Balata Gardens (Le Jardin de Balata) 9.Saint-Louis Cathedral 10. Saint-Pierre Read Fun Facts below

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FUN FACTS OF THE MARTINIQUE

Nationality
French
Size
1,128 sq km (436 sq miles)
Population
386,486
Languages
French
Currency
Euro (EUR)
Government
Overseas department of France
Time Zone
UTC-4
Drives on the
Right
Calling Code
+596
Coordinates

16.2650 deg N, 61.5510 deg W

14.40 deg N, 61 deg W

Capital
Fort-de-France
Banks
Banque Francais Commerciale, Banque des Antilles Francaise, BNP Martinique, Banque Nationale de Paris Martinique, Caisse d'Epargne, Credit Martiniquais
Agriculture & Export of Goods & Services
Sugarcane, bananas, coffea, pineapple, eggplants, avocados, yams, citrus fruit, cassava, sweet potatoes and exotic flowers.
Geography
North:
Mountainous, four ensembles of pitons (volcanoes) and mornes (mountains). Piton Conil, extreme North, dominates the Dominica Channel, Mont Pelée an active volcano, the Morne Jacob and the Pitons du Carbet are two of five extinct volcanoes now covered with rainforest at the Bay of Fort de France at 1,196 metres (3,924 ft). Mont Pelée's volcanic ash has created gray and black sand beaches in the north in contrast to to the white sands of Les Salines in the south.

South
The south with its beaches is easier to travel and thus receives most of the tourist trafic.

Religion
Roman Catholic 90%, Hindu 5% and 5% of other regiligions.
Top Martinique Beaches

The most popular beaches are Pointe de Bout, Diamant, St. Luce, the department of St. Anne and Les Salines.

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