Cruise vacations in Martinique on a sailing boat or catamaran
An adventure in the waves of the Caribbean Sea surrounded by sunny beaches and desert, lush vegetation and birds with mottled surface, this is what awaits those who choose to spend holidays sailing in Martinique.
The island of Martinique, 80 km long and 39 km wide, is a corner of France in the heart of the Antilles, it is a French Overseas Department, directly dependent on the government of Paris. Its territory is mainly mountainous, dominated by the volcanoPele in the north, while in the south there are only mountains of modest size, but completely covered by tropical forest. The coasts are very different: in the north are tall, rugged and opened to the trade winds, in the south become low and quiet.
Martinique is the ideal destination for those who want a different landscape every day, bays have several varieties of colors, white to the south and dark in the volcanic beaches of the north. In Le Prêcheur, Anse Couleuvre dominated by a rocky cliff, the waters are quiet. In Saint-Anne, l'Anse aux Bois, has a splendid view of the two islets of Chiens.
The most famous is Les Salines, a long stretch of sand located in the far south of the island until Ilet Cabris, the island that marks the meeting point between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. The climate is tropical and mild all year round with average temperatures of 26 ° C, and it’s possible to swim in any season because the sea is always warm, with an average of 25 ° C.
It comes with Air France flights from Paris to Fort-de-France, capital of the island. The island can be reached by Air France flights from Paris to Fort-de-France, capital of the island. Formerly known as the island of flowers, the island of Martinique in the Lesser Antilles archipelago, caressed by trade winds and the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea, is full of hidden wonders, waiting to be discovered for those who will visit every nook and cranny, and small cove. This will be possible during a cruise on a sailing boat that will get lost in the beauty of the coasts and bays and golden beaches of Martinique, like that of Salines. In addition to the lush vegetation of the tropical jungle, is important to visit the major cities full of history and ancient culture.
Such as Fort Royal, the administrative capital of Martinique, where you can visit theDepartmental Museum of Archaeology, or Font Saint Denis, a small village situated in the hinterland of the island, rich in a wide variety of flowers, in addition tobeautiful waterfalls Saut Gendarme Mahaut-and-Saut