Discover the treasures of the North of the island of Martinique.
Crossing the capital Fort-de-France, for a stop in front of the miniature replica of the Basilica of the Sacred Heart Montmartre in Paris.
Enjoy a visit to the magnificent Balata botanical garden created in 1982.
Nestled in the heart of hygrophilous vegetation, the garden is endowed with a thousand varieties of surprising flowers, plants and shrubs.
Continuing on the green route of the trail which winds through a tropical forest, you will cross the picturesque village of Morne-Rouge then that of Saint-Pierre posed at the foot of the volcano Mont Pelée, formerly the capital of the island.
Its volcanological museum opening right to a visit, its ruins dating from the eruption of 1902, its fruit market, its pretty beautiful bay, its place Bertin …
A place steeped in history!
After lunch served in the restaurant, the journey continues along the large north-eastern Atlantic slope towards the rural villages of Ajoupa-Bouillon, Basse-Pointe birthplace of the illustrious poet Aimé Césaire, and Sainte-Marie, all fertile regions for food crops.
A visit to the Saint-James distillery and its famous rum museum, created in 1979, announces a tasting of fruity liqueurs which pleasantly punctuate the day before returning to the accommodation.
Martinique will no longer have any secrets for you!
Included: Lunch, rum tasting with fruity liqueurs
Duration: The day
Appointment: Wednesday, between 7:30 am and 8:00 am (to be confirmed on site with your hostess Coeur des îles)
To envisage: hat, sunglasses, sunscreen, camera
Conditions : Print your Exchange voucher. You will be asked by the service provider at the time of boarding.
Possibility to book a transfer with your hostess Coeur des îles directly on site
Our excursions are guaranteed subject to availability.