Martinique is a French region, located in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. It is an island blessed with floating terrain, vast plains, and a long coastline. When he arrived here, Columbus was enchanted by the landscape and called it the most beautiful destination in the world.

Today, the island of Martinique attracts a large number of visitors by its architecture, restaurants, and shopping centers. It is also known as France in the middle of the sea. It is also an ideal destination for those who love water sports such as swimming, diving or simply lying on Anse Mitan beach and read.

Another beach activity to enjoy on this island is surfing. Surfing at Martinique allows you to enjoy your passion and at the same time immerse yourself in the picturesque natural scenery.

The surf spots in Martinique are mostly north along the Atlantic coast. The most famous and frequent is Anse Bonneville (plage des surfeurs) on the Caravelle Peninsula. If you’re lucky enough to be near Anse Couleuvre (north of the Caribbean coast) at the right time, you can surf the majestic waves up to 3m high.

The surf spots in Martinique are mostly north along the Atlantic coast

Martinique is a paradise not only for those who seek to relax but also for sports lovers and outdoor activities. Whether it is on the island or on the water surrounding it, Martinique offers a lot of activities that tourists can hardly bored.

Many trails go horse riding along the beach or inland: another way to explore the island and see the wild beaches. For their golf enthusiasts, there is a beautiful 18-hole seaside course designed by Sir Trent Jones.

Martinique will inspire you with your tropical forests (of which there are 4 recognized varieties in Martinique occupying at least 47% of the island’s area). The panorama of this island, the marvelous sea of ​​Martinique and its neighboring islands cannot help inspiring you a unique feeling when you visit.