Fort-de-France is the capital city of France’s Caribbean overseas department of Martinique. It is also one of the major cities in the Caribbean Islands. Fort-de-France, also known as the Fort of France, lies on Martinique’s west coast at the northern entrance to bay, at the mouth of the Madame River. The city is situated on a narrow plain, wedged between the hills and the sea. It is accessible by road from all parts of the island. Delve into Fort-de-France’s narrow, winding streets to discover the capital’s most colorful markets. In the centre of town you can stroll through the park under the watchful gaze of the statue of Napoleon’s Empress Josephine, a native of Martinique. The year-round warm weather of Fort-de-France has a rainy season from June to September. Peak tourist season is December to the end of April, and things are quieter from May to the end of November.
The exports from Fort-de-France include sugar, rum, tinned fruit, and cacao. Fort Saint Louis is a French naval base in the region. Martinique’s location also makes it a stopping-off point for cruise ships, which dock at the capital’s Pointe Simon. The area surrounding the town is a prime location for office space. The economy of Martinique is based on trade and the majority of the work force is employed in the service sector and in administration. A selection of the companies in Fort-de-France include Air Caraïbes Atlantique - airline operator, Colas Martinique -road construction company, and Forclum Antilles Guyane - design and installation.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Entertainment in Fort-de-France is often centered on its beaches. Make sure to visit the beaches of St. Anne, Le Diamant, and Les Anses d’Arlets. You’ll find the water warm, calm, and beautifully clear. Here you can swim, scuba, and take part in many beach and water sports. Martinique has a hybrid cuisine, mixing elements of African, French, Caribbean, and South Asian. One of its most famous dishes is the Colombo, a unique curry of chicken, meat or fish, combined with vegetables, spiced with a distinctive masala of Tamil origins. This is then sparked with tamarind, and often contains wine, coconut milk, cassava, and rum. CyberDeliss is a restaurant offering free Wi-Fi and eclectic European and International cuisine. The original dishes change daily.
Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport is the main airport of Martinique in the French West Indies. It is located in Le Lamentin, a suburb of Fort-de-France. The A1 connects the airport with Le Lamentin and Fort-de-France.
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