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What to do in Martinique ?

Your vacation in Martinique is the perfect opportunity to discover tropical landscapes of exceptional variety.

We guarantee you a stay rich in discoveries and emotions! Spending your vacations with us is the guarantee of a well-deserved rest.


Located on the commune of Trois Ilets, in the South of the island of flowers, far from the worries of the everyday life, you will be able to really escape. Walks, sports activities, meals on the terrace, discovery of the local gastronomy and cultural visits are mandatory, the important thing is to take the time…

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The Habitation Clément

The Habitation Clément

Martinique’s heritage is revealed and appreciated in all its richness and in all its states at the Clément distillery, whether it is architectural, industrial, botanical, or historical.

It is one of the most visited sites in Martinique, with nearly 100 000 visitors per year.

Adult admission (from 18 years old) 13 €.
Youth entrance (from 7 to 17 years old) 8€.
Child admission (under 7 years old) Free
Entrance from the third child (from 7 to 17 years old) : 7 € per child

Opening hours:
The entire estate is open 365 days a year. The house and the exhibitions can be visited from 9am to 6:30pm.

Here, the website of the Habitation Clément


Opening hours:

The entire estate is open 365 days a year. The house and the exhibitions can be visited from 9am to 6:30pm.

Here is the link for The Habitation Clement

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Martinique is bathed by the Atlantic Ocean on its eastern side and by the Caribbean Sea on its western side. It is also bordered by two deep canals: the Saint Lucia Canal to the south and the Dominica Canal to the north. A real marine crossroads, Martinique’s waters are home to a wide variety of marine flora and fauna that are a delight for scuba divers. It is possible to observe many species of tropical fish, beautiful gorgonians and coral sponges, sea turtles and sometimes even dolphins…

Some spots have acquired an international reputation over the years and many divers from all over the world want to visit them… This is particularly true for the wreck cemetery in the bay of Saint Pierre or the Diamond Rock, a true emblem of Martinique, or the Pearl in the north and the Burgos Point in the south.

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The beach of Anse Noire

Overlooked by the steep slopes of the neighboring hills, drowned in the vegetation, the small cove of Anse Noire offers a landscape quite different from the beaches of the south of the island. More wild, more intense.

Embedded between two cliffs plunging into the sea, it can be discovered from the top of the rocky outcrop that separates it from its neighbor. A pretty strip of black sand of volcanic origin generously shaded by majestic coconut trees.

Activities :
Anse Noire is renowned for the beauty of its seabed and the richness of its aquatic fauna, and, you may be lucky enough to spot a sea turtle.

Scuba diving with turtles
Kayaks to visit the bat cave
A long hike (3.2 km of elevation change)

Discover the best beach hotels of the world

Useful information :
Coming by road: At the top of Morne Bigot on the D7 between Anse à l’Ane and Grande Anse d’Arlet take the small road down to Anse Noire and Anse Dufour.

Do not linger in the late afternoon or bring a good mosquito repellent.

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Golf in Trois Ilets

The only golf course in Martinique is in the commune of Trois-Ilets, 2 km from our hotel. It was designed in 1976 by the famous architect Robert Trent Jones, to whom we owe no less than 500 achievements in the world, including the Chamonix and Grande Motte golf courses. The course, a PAR 71, remains affordable for beginners on the way out but becomes much more difficult on the way back with some rather technical holes, notably 15 and 16 where it is necessary to cross an inlet.

The property :

  • A golf course PAR 71
  • The Tennis Club of Trois Ilets
  • The restaurant “Le Club”
  • A dance school “Académie des Arts”

Useful informations :

Opening hours: Mon-Sun 8:00am-6:00pm.
Green Fee: 9 holes 32€ and 18 holes 46€ (Prices given as an indication)
Driving range: 2,50 € the half bucket.
Rental of clubs (1/2 set) and caddies as well as carts. Indicative prices.

Golf des Trois Ilets
97229 Les Trois-Ilets
Phone number: 05 96 52 04 13 or 06 96 44 97 62

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The Habitation Ceron

Whether you are a family on vacation, an adventurous backpacker, lovers on the road, a gourmet eager to discover new flavors or in search of paradise, you have come to the right place.

Stroll along the river, explore our remarkable garden, sip 100% natural cocktails, taste our menu entirely elaborated with the resources of the domain, learn how to make cocoa, discover our delicatessen! You will find a deeper connection with nature!

Rates : Visit of the domain : 8€.
Opening hours : Open every day from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm

Here is the link for The Habitation Ceron

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The Garden of Balata

All paradises are gardens, and it is no coincidence that during a visit to the Jardin de Balata, the magic of the place gives the visitor astonishing feelings.

It was in 1982 that Jean-Philippe Thoze, horticulturist, landscape gardener and artist at heart, returned to the traces of his childhood in the Creole house of his grandparents. From there, a passion for botany was born that would lead him to the four corners of the world. The garden, organized around the family home with its typical Creole architecture, is the result of a perfect alchemy between a return to his roots and an atypical artist. Your gaze must constantly adjust to the tropical color palette as you walk among the ballerinas, hibiscus, South American bromeliads, porcelain roses, heliconias, anthuriums and of course wild orchids…A must in Martinique!


Useful information
Rates : Adult : 14,00 €.
Children from 3 to 12 years old : 8,00 €
Less than 3 years old : Free
Adult subscription : 18,00
Child subscription: 10,00€.
Opening hours : Open every day (even holidays) from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm (last admission at 4:30 pm)