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Multicultural Martinique

Swimming in Les Anses d’Arlet, on the southwestern coast of Martinique.

Photo: Jessica Antola

The pastries are French, the madras fabrics Indian, the music rumba-esque. But the Caribbean's richest melting pot is pure Creole. Read the article

Destinations: Martinique · Le François‎

Inspired by: A Creole Tour of Martinique — by Shane Mitchell, Published Oct. 2010

Hotels (3)

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    Plein Soleil

    The accent is on Creole French in this tasteful collection of villas facing Thalemont Bay. An open-air restaurant serves spicy crab farci and local... More
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    Maison d’Hôte de L’Ilet Oscar

    A tiny speck of sand just off the French Caribbean island, Îlet Oscar has only one building: a 19th-century house with four guest rooms that face a

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    Cap Est Lagoon Resort & Spa

    At this 50-suite escape on Martinique's verdant eastern coast, a Guerlain spa and Creole fusion cuisine add Gallic spice to a modern plantation-sty

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Restaurants (4)

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    Le Petibonum

    Don't miss the grilled tuna with Creole sauce and the marlin ceviche. More
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    Le Brédas

    The chef's signature dish is a mille-feuille of foie gras and plantains. More
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    Chez Tante Arlette

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    Chez Carole

    Don’t miss Carole Michel’s Creole-style crab farci or fried red snapper at this hidden gem, located in the middle of the fruit-and-vegetable covere

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