Musée space showcasing the family, political, and literary life of Aimé Césaire.
This Independent family distillery. Founded in 1842, it produces a variety of rums, all with the AOC appellation, and follows an eco-responsible approach.(Fort de France)
This collector’s garden, created in 1986, is home to several hundred species of flora and fauna, each more remarkable than the last. With breathtaking views.(Fort de France)
Nicknamed “the little Montmartre”, this 1925 lava-stone building is in the same architectural style as the famous Sacré-Coeur church in Montmartre, Paris.(Fort de France)
Not far from the Dillon distillery, this bistronomic restaurant is located in a green setting in the heart of the city. Discover Creole flavors with the refinement of modern cuisine.(Fort de France)
Small family beach with numerous restaurants and a yacht club.
Discover magnificent waterfalls “just a few steps” from Fort de France.(Fort de France)
Vauban-style military fort, naval base of the French Navy in the West Indies and witness to the history of the island and Fort de France.(Fort de France)
Dating back to the 17th century, this former distillery has been perfectly rebuilt and restored. A rare heritage site, it is both a pre-Columbian site and a major sugarcane cultivation and processing center.
Superb hike in the shade of the tropical forest.(Fort de France)