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Flight from Montreal to Fort-de-France, December 2019 best price: $801, departure on 2019-12-01, return on 2019-12-01. Press enter to book.
Flight from Montreal to Fort-de-France, January 2020 best price: $721, departure on 2020-01-01, return on 2020-01-01. Press enter to book.
Flight from Montreal to Fort-de-France, February 2020 best price: $781, departure on 2020-02-01, return on 2020-02-01. Press enter to book.
Flight from Montreal to Fort-de-France, March 2020 best price: $701, departure on 2020-03-01, return on 2020-03-01. Press enter to book.
Flight from Montreal to Fort-de-France, April 2020 best price: $651, departure on 2020-04-01, return on 2020-04-01. Press enter to book.
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Fort-de-France, capital of Martinique, is located on a magnificent bay bordered by superb fine sand beaches. The city boasts several green spaces, notably La Savane where you’ll find the Statue of Empress Josephine, an emblematic figure in Martinique. Whether you’re exploring the Spice Market, on a shopping spree or walking around the Old Town, you’ll discover the history of Fort-de-France in every nook and cranny. Places that stand out include Schoelcher Library, the Archaeology Museum and St. Louis Cathedral.
Les Salines: A gorgeous stretch of golden sand on the undeveloped southern tip of the island, Les Salines is arguably Martinique’s most splendid beach.
La Savane: A superb, tropical 12½-acre park with fountains and shaded benches.
Markets: The Fish Market, Farmers’ Market, Spice Market, Craft Market and Big Market are great places with great finds.
Fort-de-France: Marries Gallic culture with Caribbean customs, Fort-de-France is quaint, feisty and charmingly French. Tropical white sands and waterfront dining make Martinique’s largest city a great point of departure for any holiday here.
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