One of the things Martinique is well known for is their rhum which are considered some of the best the Caribbean has to offer. Brands such as Trois Riveres, Clement, Neisson and Rhum J.M have been putting the island at the forefront of the industry. Rhum is enjoyed by many visitors to the island as well as locals who would commonly drink it as a cocktail called Ti Punch.
Other things Martinique is know for is the creole language, traditional madras clothing, food and zouk music genre which has its roots stemming from Haitian kompa.
If hiking isn't your thing there is a plenty of tours which enable visitors to visit charming villages on the island such as Le Diamant and Les Anse d' Arlet.
What is for certain whatever your interests Martinique is able to cater to you.
Air Antilles - Barbados, Dominica, Guadeloupe, Saint Lucia, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic
Air Canada - Montreal
Air Caraïbes - Paris Orly, Guadeloupe, Dominican Republic, St Martin, St Lucia
Air France - French Guiana, Miami, Paris Orly, Guadeloupe, Haiti,
Paris Charles de Gualle (seasonal)
Air Transat - Montreal (seasonal), Toronto (seasonal)
American Airlines - Miami
Condor - Munich (seasonal)
Corsair - Paris Orly
Cubana de Aviación - Havanna
Gol Transportes Aéreos - São Paulo-Guarulhos (seasonal)
LEVEL - Paris Orly (from 3 July 2018)
Lufthansa - Frankfurt (seasonal)
LIAT - Barbados, St Lucia
Norwegian Air - New York JFK (seasonal), Fort Lauderdale (seasonal), Providence
XL Airways - Paris Charles de Gualle, Bordeaux (seasonal), Brest (seasonal), Lille (seasonal from 3 April 2018), Marseille (seasonal),
Nantes (seasonal), Toulouse (seasonal)