A French-speaking island
Yes, its affiliation to France makes the island of flowers a French-speaking territory. Here, everyone speaks French, so you will be perfectly comfortable to speak to the local population. And you can, who knows, learn a few words in Creole, the second language spoken on the island.
Martinique is a mixed island resulting from different origins: Creole, African, Indian, South American and European. A cosmopolitan culture that gives it a strong identity in diverse aspects: generous gastronomy like the colombo, colorful festivities like Carnival, lively music like zouk, folk dances like biguine or bèlè...
Martinique stretches from north to south over 49 miles and from east to west over 18 miles, with the north between sun, sea and mountains you will not be disappointed. Martinique offers breathtaking landscapes. Montagne Pelée, Pitons du Carbet in the north, the beautiful Bay of Fort de France in the center, Salines beach, Rocher du Diamant, Baignoire de Joséphine in the south. All these places that you will have to discover.