14 Most Beautiful Places to Visit in Martinique


A rugged and scenic gem that’s officially part of the Lesser Antilles and an overseas region of France.

With a potent mix of both Gallic and Caribbean flavors Martinique – which is volcanic in origin – boasts some seriously gorgeous scenery including world-class beaches, steep lush green hills perfect for hiking, pretty and charming towns, and cosmopolitan resorts. 

Here are the best and most beautiful places to visit in Martinique…

Les Anses d’Arlet stands out as one of the best places to visit in Martinique, thanks to its charming villages and gorgeous beaches. A winding coastal road connects the villages while providing a view of the oceanside.

Les Anses d’Arlet

Morne Gommier

Morne Gommier is a mountain peak near the town of Le Marin and one of the most-visited sightseeing destinations on the island.

Jardin de Balata

Jardin de Balata is a sprawling botanical garden. The rainforest setting is one of the top attractions in Martinique. The garden includes clearly marked paths that take you past trees, plants, and ponds.

Plage de Pointe Marin

Compared to some of the other beaches on the island, Plage de Pointe Marin is not the most crowded spot. It is a relaxing destination with a few shops and bars nearby.

Fonds Blanc

Fonds Blancs is a secluded bay on the east side of Le Francois. The surrounding mangroves and tall trees come right up to the water in most spots.

Le Diamant

The seaside resort town has one of the most famous diving spots, as visitors come to see the massive volcanic rock that sits out in the sea. The rock stands 175 meters tall and was used by pirates as a shelter several hundred years ago.

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