Caribbean Tourism

Martinique

MARTINIQUE: MONEY/ BUSINESS GUIDE

BANKS Banque des Antilles Francaises. Banque Nationale de Paris. Credit Agricole. Credit Martiniquais. Credit Mutuel. BANKING HOURS Monday to Friday 0730 1200 & 1430 1630. BUSINESS HOURS Monday to Friday 0800 1300 & 1430 1800. BUSINESS DRESS Casual. CURRENCY Legal tender is the Euro as of January 1, 2002. US and Canadian dollars are accepted almost...

MARTINIQUE: HOW TO GET THERE

AIRLINES Air Canada. Air France. Air Jamaica and BWIA with a connection with either LIAT or Air Caraibes. Charter from Boston (TNT Vacations). Corsair. AIRPORTS (FDF) Lamentin International Airport. Large modern terminal building. Airport to: Fort de France 10 km. Pointe du Bout 20 km. Sainte Anne 35 km. Sainte Pierre 42 km. ENTRY REQUIREMENTS For stays of...

MARTINIQUE: For fans of European chic and culture with Creole shading

For fans of European chic and culture with Creole shading, Martinique, south of Dominica and Guadeloupe in the Lesser Antilles, holds special appeal. Distinctly French in character, the island certainly has style! French connections are apparent in its classy commercial community with a wild array of department and specialty stores abundantly stocked with...

Introduction

Martinique, a windward island in the chain of the Lesser Antilles, is flanked on the west by the Caribbean Sea and on the east by the Atlantic Ocean. The island more than 4,000 hotel rooms, two casinos, the 18-hole Robert Trent Jones golf course, beautiful beaches, fine restaurants serving French and Creole fare, and much more. With a size of 425 square...