Things to see and do - Fort-de-France
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Fort-de-France Travel guide
Fort-de-France : Michelin's recommendations
Fort-de-France, administrative capital of Martinique, is a genuine harbour city. The panorama of St-Louis Fort jutting into the bays of the Flamands and Carénage is moreover best appreciated if you arrive by sea. While the Schoelcher Library and St-Louis Cathedral must not be missed, make sure you wander down the lanes of the historic centre lined in colourful buildings or take a spin round the market, soaking up the colours, flavours (buccaneer-style chicken) and delicious aromas.
Tourist attractions Fort-de-France : Things to see and do
N3, km 10, route de Balata F - Fort-de-France
The botanical garden of Balata is the work of Jean-Philippe Thoze who collected rare, tropical plants over a 20-year period. Heliconias, ginger, begonias, orchids and bromelia paint a vivid picture, alternating between bright splashes of colour and d..
F - Fort-de-France
The winding Route de la Trace, from Fort-de-France to the delightful village of L'Ajoupa-Bouillon, unveils some of Martinique's most spectacular panoramas. The mountainous landscape - the road runs alongside the Pitons du Carbet, will enchant nature ..
1 r. de la Liberté F - 97200 Fort-de-France
Finished in Paris in 1887 according to plans by Henri Picq, then despatched and reassembled in Fort-de-France in 1893, Schoelcher Library features an incredible range of inspirations from the metallic Eiffel structure and Egyptian-Byzantine to Art No..
Fort de France F - 97200 Fort-de-France
Located a 15-minute walk from Fort-de-France’s historic centre and St Louis Cathedral, Karibea Squash offers squash courts, an outdoor pool, gardens and sea views. The air-conditioned rooms offer free Wi-Fi. Each bright room at the Karibea Squash Ho..
5 rue de la liberté F - 97200 Fort-de-France