Things to see and do - La Trinité
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Sheltered from the wind by the Caravelle peninsula, La Trinité has no lack of appeals for the traveller from its fine seafront promenade, immense nearby beaches, lively market (Fridays and Saturdays) and even a small Museum of Creole Headdresses and Costumes. The town prospered thanks to its harbour, which encouraged trade and then the road that was built in 1678. The traces of its former military stronghold can still be seen in Fort Ste-Catherine and the two cannons that continue to stand guard over the town hall.
Tourist attractions La Trinité : Things to see and do
If you like walking in the countryside, don't miss the nature reserve of La Caravelle. Between mangroves and arid savannah plains, take one of the two paths (long or short), and observe the natural environment of the peninsula and its treasures: sand..
The majestic Caravelle peninsula of volcanic rock stretches for 10km into the Atlantic Ocean off the northeast coast of Martinique. It is a protected nature conservation area, part regional park and part nature reserve, and home to an extraordinary d..
It is undeniable that a Hindu temple in the midst of a Martinique estate can seem incongruous. Such however is the sight at the Galion sugar factory, a testimony to the presence of Indian coolies on the island after the abolition of slavery. The esta..