Flower island, women’s island, Pearl of the Antilles… Martinique enjoys plenty of evocative monikers. Nestled in the Caribbean archipelago, it is part of the “Lesser Antilles”. Its shores are bathed to the west by the Caribbean Sea and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean.
Martinique offers a succession of unique landscapes: secret bays with secluded beaches, arid cliffs and lush mountains, natural pools with white bottoms, Creole fishing villages and pirate legends will punctuate your catamaran cruise around the Island of Flowers.
Visiting Madinina also means immersing yourself in the historical and cultural heritage of the Schoelcher Library or the famous Church of Saint Henri. It is to hike in the heart of the tropical forest, to discover Mount Pelée or the Carbet Mountains. It is to marvel at the local authenticity such as the fishermen’s villages, the banana plantations and the sugar cane fields, the agricultural markets and the local handicrafts… It is to indulge in gourmet tastings, but also to discover the distilleries of the greatest Martinique rums.
We will share with you some of the secrets of the Tropical Art of Living… So what would you say to embarking for the Pearl of the Antilles?