French Caribbean holiday attractions 2013, our guide to the Caribbean attractions in the areas of the French Caribbean where we offer Caribbean holiday accommodation, Martinique, St Barts, Guadeloup and the Dominican Republic.
Boat trips in Fort de France Bay, Martinique offer a chance to sail in the beautiful Caribbean waters and admire the views of the island.
The Balata Botanical Garden in Martinique displays numerous exotic tropical plants and trees.
Martinique rum carries the French AOC label of quality. The distilleries on the island form part of its rich history and modern day existence.
San Domingo, Dominican Republic was nominated cultural capital of the Americas in 2010.
San Domingo Museum of Modern art in the Dominican Republic exhibits an interesting collection of works from the Caribbean and Latin America.
Jarabacoa is a town set in the region of the Dominican Republic know locally as the Dominican Alps.
Guadeloupe is another Caribbean island with a long history of rum production which continues to thrive to this day and the Museum of Rum in Sainte Rose relates its story.
Domaine de Valombreuse Park in Guadeloup is a tropical delight of flaura and fauna.
Guadeloup National Park includes magnificent mountain summits of the Deux mamelles and the Carbet waterfall amongst its highlights.
The Jaques Cousteau Underwater Reserve in Guadeloupe, located near Bouillante is a living monument to the legendry French diver who appeared frequently on television screens around the world throughout the seventies and eighties.
Habitation Murat Ecomuseum in Guadeloup was once the islands biggest sugar plantation.