Bordering the Caribbean Sea in Martinique, French West Indies, you will find peace and tranquility in a garden not far from the capital Fort-de-France ... Nap in the shade of coconut trees ... lulled by the waves. All this with a reception in the tradition of a Caribbean home. Near the heart of the island, with the inevitable visit to the city of Saint-Pierre and its volcano, Mount Pelee: museum, distillery visits (Neisson with its famous bottle 'Zepol Karé' Depaz, overlooking the harbor Saint-Pierre, where so many ships burned and sunk ... May 8, 1902, the botanical gardens Morne Rouge dominated by Mount Pelee infamous by its eruptions, butterfly valley, cultures and walks ... Steps for nature lovers between the preacher and the Grand River, the two ends of the north of the island with possible return by skiff. Excursions to waterfalls Bluff Carbet or the ascent of Mount Pelee or scuba diving to admire the wrecks in the bay of Saint-Pierre or the colorful fish and turtles in the small Anse a few meters from your home with just a mask, fins and snorkel ... coastal navigation with fishermen in pursuit of dolphins ... Not far away, a visit to the beautiful Jardin de Balata with a walk in the canopy and up to Morne Rouge, a stop to quench your thirst on the road to Trace, the source of 'water Men' known locally as an aphrodisiac, before visiting the Emerald Garden. By late afternoon, you can return to enjoy your ti-punch at the pool listening to the waves and admiring a countless sunsets in the hope of seeing the famous green ray. Do not forget to make a wish !!! See you soon, Colette PS This is just a small selection of the many possibilities offered Martinique.