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Emmanuelle Faure
5 Rue Case Nègre


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L'Habitation Martinique, a charming Creole wooden house, is perfectly situated in the idyllic town of Sainte-Marie, offering easy access to one of the most breathtaking and untouched landscapes in Martinique – the stunning Caravelle peninsula and its pristine white sand beaches. Nestled on the Atlantic coast, this delightful accommodation benefits from refreshing trade winds, granting you the opportunity to explore both the lush jungles of the northern part of the island and the popular tourist beaches in the south. Escape the hustle and bustle of the typical tourist areas and relish in the welcoming warmth of the local community.


Appréciations pour Habitation Martinique, Sainte-marie:

pour un couple d amoureux ..............
Review by: Pierre et Kate, Mai 5 2015 4:50PM
En choisissant le bungalow Grenadine vous serez dans un vrai petit nid d amour ,au milieu de la végetation et des fleurs ,une agreable piscine presque pour vous tous seuls.Emmanuelle est attentive, discréte et trés sympathique. Trés trés bon séjour

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  • Habitation Clément: Located in Le François, Habitation Clément is a historic rum distillery housed in a beautiful plantation estate. Visitors can explore the distillery, learn about the rum-making process, and enjoy tastings. The estate also features art galleries, gardens, and a museum showcasing the island's history.
  • Jardin de Balata: Situated in Fort-de-France, Jardin de Balata is a stunning botanical garden known for its lush tropical flora and beautiful views. Visitors can stroll along the elevated walkways, admire the vibrant flowers and plants, and enjoy the tranquility of the surroundings.
  • La Savane des Esclaves: Located in Trois-Îlets, La Savane des Esclaves is a recreated slave village that offers insight into the island's history and culture. Visitors can explore the huts, learn about traditional crafts and farming techniques, and gain a deeper understanding of Martinique's past.
  • Les Salines Beach: Situated in Sainte-Anne, Les Salines Beach is one of Martinique's most stunning beaches. With its crystal-clear waters, powdery white sand, and palm trees, it provides the perfect spot for sunbathing, swimming, and enjoying the natural beauty of the Caribbean.
  • Mount Pelée: Located in Morne-Rouge, Mount Pelée is an active volcano and the highest peak in Martinique. Adventurous visitors can hike to the summit and witness breathtaking views of the surrounding landscapes. It is important to note that hiking Mount Pelée requires proper planning and precautions due to its volcanic activity.
  • Anse Cafard Slave Memorial: Situated in Le Diamant, the Anse Cafard Slave Memorial is a thought-provoking sculpture commemorating the tragic history of slavery. The memorial consists of 20 statues facing the sea, representing the slaves who perished in a shipwreck off the coast of Martinique in 1830.
  • Les Gorges de la Falaise: Located in Ajoupa-Bouillon, Les Gorges de la Falaise is a natural wonder offering hiking trails and beautiful waterfalls. Visitors can explore the lush vegetation, swim in refreshing pools, and marvel at the cascading waterfalls amidst the serene atmosphere.
  • Saint-Pierre: This historic town was once the cultural and economic capital of Martinique until it was destroyed by a volcanic eruption from Mount Pelée in 1902. Today, Saint-Pierre is a fascinating archaeological site where visitors can explore the ruins, visit the museum, and learn about the tragic events that unfolded.
  • Le Carbet: Situated on the northwest coast of Martinique, Le Carbet is a charming fishing village known for its beautiful black sand beaches. Visitors can relax on the beach, explore local restaurants serving fresh seafood, and visit the Paul Gauguin Museum, which is dedicated to the famous painter who lived in the area. 10. Les Trois-Îlets: This seaside town offers a mix of history, culture, and beachside relaxation. Visitors can wander through the colorful streets lined with Creole-style houses, visit the birthplace of Joséphine de Beauharnais (Napoleon Bonaparte's first wife), and enjoy the nearby beaches and water activities.