With fresh ingredients, amazing spices, and far-flung influences, these islands serve up some of the world’s most tantalizing cuisine.
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By Joe Yogerst
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By Shane Mitchell
Martiniquais consider Grand-Rivière, which overlooks the turbulent Dominica Channel, the end of the world. It was certainly the end of the road. After a white-knuckle drive on hairpin turns skirting Mount Pelée and passing through a rain forest wh...
By Travel + Leisure Staff
Rediscover romance this year by stealing away to one of these hot spots.
By Stacy Ritz
ST. THOMAS Hotel 1829Though it's only steps from Charlotte Amalie's cruise-port chaos, this gem of a hotel is miles away in spirit. Built for the bride of a 19th-century French sea captain, Hotel 1829 is a confection of Moroccan tile, terraces swi...
Hotels in Martinique
The accent is on Creole French in this tasteful collection of villas facing Thalemont Bay.
Restaurants in Martinique
Things to do in Martinique
Sweets made with high-quality cacao, cane sugar, and other tropical ingredients.