- Spend a day at Le Diamant: Superb beach and tumultuous water (be careful not to swim too far, it is the most beautiful beach but more dangerous because of its currents) ... Unmissable site: climb the Morne Larcher at the start Anse Cafard, about 1 hour. Be careful, the climb is steep, avoid going there if there was heavy rain just before. Once there, the view is breathtaking ... It is possible to go down the same path or to Petite Anse, a very pleasant little corner of the island.
Also to be discovered at Le Diamant, L'Anse Cafard memorial and the historic and picturesque Maison du Bagnard.
- Visit Sainte Anne: enjoy the beaches, they are magnificent! Salines beach, Anse Trabaud beach, L’anse Michel, L’îlet Chevalier just opposite. You can rent a kayak except on weekends (because there are a lot of people!).
Superb hike to do: La Savane des Pétrifications to the Baie des Anglais: Striking landscape of cliffs and desert expanses, far from everything (provide water, food and a cap !!!).
- Anse Mitan in Trois-Ilets is very lively during the day and in the evening. Take a dip in the sea (be careful, there is no shade), walk through the small Creole village (take the opportunity to stop at the Boutique Gourmandises des Iles, you can taste delicious jams and punches ) and buy some delicacies that you can offer, Take your walk to La Marina, why not stop for an ice cream at Cocco Bello. In the evening, there are many lively restaurants and a Casino.
- Visit the village of Poterie in Trois-Ilets, a cultural and historical place for a family walk. Stop at the Atelier d'Elisa, at the entrance to the Pottery and admire the original and colorful creations made only from natural materials by the artist Elisabeth. Then take the opportunity to taste some chocolates with local flavors at Les Chocolats de Balata, at the end of the village (our favorites: passion, shrubb and speculoos chocolates).
- The ascent of La Montagne Pelée is certainly the hike to do when you are passing through Martinique for good walkers. If the drop is still fairly average, you should know that this ascent is trying and requires using your hands.
- The Jardin de Balata in Fort de France, route de Balata. It's just wonderful ! A superb garden created in 1986 around a family home which will allow you to discover an incredible collection of tropical essences. The walk lasts about 1h30.
- The Botanical Garden at Carbet (zoo) is a zoological park, nestled in a 17th century sugar plantation, Habitation Latouche, is also a floral park created by the creator of the Jardin de Balata. Located in the north of Martinique, in the commune of Carbet and in the immediate vicinity of the city of Saint-Pierre, the Martinique Zoo brings together in the exceptional setting of a historic dwelling a collection of animals from the subtropical zone. .
- Discover a distillery: The Clément au François distillery, The Saint James distillery in Sainte Marie, the Trois-Rivières distillery in Sainte Luce, the La Mauny distillery in Rivière Pilote ...
- Habitation Belfort and its banana plantation, take a little train ride, the children will love ...
- Spend a day walking around Fort de France, discovering its market and visiting the beautiful Fort Saint Louis. Take the shuttle from Bourg des Trois-Ilets, you will avoid traffic jams, the heavy traffic of Fort-de-France and the difficulties of finding a parking space.
- A day to visit the JM distillery and the typical village of Grand-Rivière: Completely renovated, the JM distillery offers us a route that follows the stages of sugar cane processing: from the cane garden to the tasting counter. Continue the road to get to Grand-Rivière: This commune of “Bout du Bout”, as some like to call it, is nestled on vertiginous cliffs and agitated waves that only the local fishermen know how to brave to bring back their catches. Their courage is admired throughout the island ...
- The Caravelle peninsula, in Tartane. Visit the Château Dubuc, its ruins are classified as historical monuments. The point is now protected by the status of a nature reserve. An 8 km trail will allow you to admire changing landscapes and diverse nature. The highlight of this walk is the Caravelle lighthouse which dates from 1862. Stop to eat at Mamy Nounou's, it's very good and the view is magnificent! Finally, Tartane is a pretty authentic village which is full of a multitude of beaches and coves for the enjoyment of the whole family.
- Visit the pretty village of Saint Pierre, its beaches, its history, its ruins ...
- Discover the Canal de Beauregard or Canal des Esclaves: original hike but also vertiginous (to be avoided if you have vertigo).
There are many other things to discover on this beautiful Island, and we are working to make this page more precise and exhaustive ...