A year-round destination, Martinique boasts average temperatures in the 80s F. The period from late winter to early spring is a bit cooler and drier and considered the high season.
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Nestled on the east coast of Martinique this tranquil resort offers sumptuous accommodations and a wealth of activities.
Martinique’s highest point is Mount Pelée at 4,583 feet.
Joséphine de Beauharnais, Napoleon Bonaparte’s first wife, was born on Martinique. You’ll find a statue in her honor on display in the gardens at La Savane.
French, Creole and English are the primary languages spoken on the island.
Martinique rums are the only ones to carry the Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) designation, usually reserved for only the finest wines.
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