I am Séphora, your pathfinder in Martinique.
You can count on me to share my favorite spots and advice on Martinique—where you can dive with the sea turtles, the best spots to take in the sunset, the most beautiful beaches, the best rum, etc.
I am a great lover of travel and passionate about American culture. Today, I am sharing mine with you! My professional experience is a total immersion in the daily life of travellers. Indeed, after having worked as a station agent and a tourist promotion agent, I am now in charge of rental management within the VillaVeo team. I am the little star that accompanies you during your stay! Proud to represent my island, I would like to share with you all the richness and secrets it harbours. Let me hold this little pen that will allow you to write a sunny story that you can tell to your loved ones.
Despite its small size of only 1,100 sq.m, Martinique offers a variety of landscapes that makes it possible to go canyoning in the morning in the rivers that criss-cross the tropical forest in the north of the island and tan on warm sand beaches lined with coconut trees in the south of the island in the afternoon! Martinique also has exceptional sea life and is the perfect destination for scuba diving enthusiasts. Discover this abundant sea life with a simple mask and breathing tube, where you can encounter sea turtles and tropical fish. Anse Dufour and Anses d'Arlet are some of the best spots! And how can we forget to mention Martinican cuisine! There's AOC Rum, tropical fruit, fresh fish, cod fish fritters, etc.
Regardless of when you travel, you'll also find tropical weather! Martinique is a tropical destination where humidity varies from one month to another. Of course, in some months it rains more than others, especially July and September. However, regardless of the period of the year, the temperature will always be above 25° and the rain is warm! For a maximum of sun and a minimum of humidity, choose the months from December to April. If you're interested in seeing the Mardi Gras parades, come see us in February. For rum lovers, the sugar cane is harvested between March and June, a perfect time to see the distilleries at work.
The town of Le Diamant is in my opinion the most beautiful nugget of the island! When I'm there, I walk along the main street from the town to the rock. For me, this town is the perfect place to get away from it all! At sunset, a short stop at the viewpoint of the Diamond Rock. Finally, after having dinner at the beach, I like to stop at the Cap 110 memorial, it is the ideal spot to observe the stars with the waves in the background.