Martinique Nature - Photos
Maps and Pictures of Martinique
Martinique Nature - Photos
North of Martinique
Le Prêcheur
Montagne Pelée
Pitons du Carbet
Garden of Balata
Peninsula of la Caravelle

South of Martinique
Les Trois-Ilets
Anse Dufour - Anse Noire
Le Diamant
Le Marin
Cap Marin - Cap Macré
Salines - Savanna

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Maps and Pictures of Martinique
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Martinique (Madinina or Flowers Island) is a tropical island in the West Indies between Saint Lucia and Dominica.

Third island of the Lesser Antilles in surface after the Guadeloupe, Martinique has a extraordinary various range of landscapes. Roughly 65km long and 20km wide, Martinique has a terrain punctuated by hills, plateaus and mountains.

Martinique counts several hundreds of species of plants and flowers: Anthuriums, torch ginger, bromeliads, balisiers ... One can see also on the island tree ferns as well as hardwood trees like mahogany, rosewood, locust and gommier.

The diversity of the natural landscapes of Martinique, its mountains and sandy coasts allow many excursions in the paths and intinerariesires marked out by the ONF. The island has an ideal climate for the excursion which can be practised during all the year, with prudence during the rain season between July and November.

The territory of the Regional Natural Reserve of Martinique (Parc Naturel Régional de la Martinique) covers three zones: the North-Caribbean zone, The Peninsula of La Caravelle and the South.

Les Salines - Savanna of the Pétrifications

 Hiking in the Peninsula of La Caravelle

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Peninsula of La Caravelle - Natural Reserve   Peninsula of La Caravelle - Natural Reserve
7 km and 3.5 hours round trip - Elevation gain : 149 meters
Level 1 (easy) - Visit of Château Dubuc - Path ONF.
Access : Tartane - Natural Reserve.
 WebCam Mount Pelée Volcano

 Caribbean Map

 Weather and Hurricanes Martinique - Caribbean

Satellite image of Caribbean - Weather Channel
Caribbean wind map - Weather Channel

 Martinique Nature- Cartes et Photos

 Martinique and Caribbean Information and Links

Infos Antilles - Actualités Martinique Guadeloupe - Guide d'informations Antilles Guyane Caraibes
Annuaire des sites web de la Martinique
Balata Garden site

Mount Pelée Volcano

With its 1397 m the Mount Pelée volcano (or Mount Pelé) became one of the most famous volcanos of the world with its eruption of 1902 which destroyed the town of Saint-Pierre and its 28000 inhabitants.

The Mount Pelée is a part of a volcanic arc of nearly 850 km, extended from Puerto Rico to the South American contintent, in the contact area of the Caribbean and Atlantic plates.

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North of Martinique
Pitons du Carbet - Balata
Anse Couleuvre
Plantation Anse Couleuvre
Anse Couleuvre

South of Martinique
Le Diamant
Anse Cafard
Diamond Bay - Le Diamant
Petite Anse - Morne Larcher
Champfleury - Cap Marin
Pointe Coton - Saint Anne
Anse Noire and Anse Dufour

 Partner Sites

Saint Lucia
Svalbard Images
Climat CO2
Spitsbergen Pictures


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Le Diamant Les Trois-Ilets Saint-Pierre Mount Pelée Pitons du Carbet Peninsula of La Caravelle Cap Marin - Cap Macré Le Marin Sainte Anne - Pointe Marin Les Salines - Savanna of the Pétrifications Sainte Luce Grand Rivière Le Prêcheur Anse Dufour - Anse Noire Garden of Balata