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Martinique is a rugged Caribbean island that’s part of the Lesser Antilles. An overseas region of France, its culture reflects a distinctive blend of French and West Indian influences. Its largest town, Fort-de-France, features steep hills, narrow streets and La Savane, a garden bordered by shops and cafes. In the garden is a statue of island native Joséphine de Beauharnais, first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte.
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Martinique travel – Lonely Planet

“Explore Martinique holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | Volcanic in origin, Martinique is a mountainous stunner crowned by the still-smoldering Mont Pelée, the volcano that wiped out the former capital of St-Pierre in 1902. Offering a striking diversity of landscapes and atmospheres, Martinique is a …”
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Martinique Travel Guide | Fodor's Travel

“Numerous scattered ruins and other historical monuments reflect the richness of Martinique's sugarcane plantation past, rhum, and the legacy of slavery. Called the Rum Capital of the World, it is widely considered the best gourmet island in the Caribbean. It stirs the passions with its distinctive brand of culinary offerings.”
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Martinique 2017: Best of Martinique Tourism – TripAdvisor

Martinique Tourism: TripAdvisor has 98397 reviews of Martinique Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Martinique resource.”
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Martinique Travel Guide | U.S. News Travel

“Guide to the best hotels and things to do in Martinique. Maps, travel tips and more.”
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Martinique Travel Guide – TripSavvy

“14 Jul 2017 Traveling to Martinique is highly recommended if you'd like your dream island vacation to come with a French accent. … Location: Martinique's western shore faces the Caribbean Sea and the eastern faces the Atlantic Ocean. It's between Dominica and St. Lucia.”
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Martinique – Wikitravel

“There are two climatic and three tourist seasons on Martinique. The high season is between December and the end of April, with soaring prices and great crowds of travellers. From May to the end of November, Europeans tend to go elsewhere, as the weather is fine back home and travel possibilities are numerous. Summer …”
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Martinique Travel Guide | Travel + Leisure

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Martinique – Best Caribbean Islands, Caribbean Tourism, Best …

“Découvrez la Martinique, ses Incontournables et organisez votre séjour : hébergements, restaurants, activités, événements, patrimoine.”
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Spectacular Things To Do In Martinique: A Travel Guide

“11 Jan 2016 A Martinique travel guide: Waterfalls, hiking, beaches (so many beaches!) and great food are all things to do in Martinique in the French Caribbean.”
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Your Ultimate Guide to Martinique – Martinique Travel Guide

“Heading to the French Caribbean island of Martinique and looking for tips? This travel guide gives you the ultimate things to do from a local perspective.”
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