The colourful Boucaniers resort is the perfect place for your all-inclusive holiday in the Martinique sun – a sublime setting with perfect weather. Club Med has pulled out all the stops to bring you a myriad of marvellous sports and activities in the beautifully intimate setting of a bungalow in the heart of a tropical garden.
What awaits you in Martinique
Live out your desert island fantasies on colourful Martinique
Relax and unwind on a faraway island when you visit our majestic, family-friendly Martinique holiday destinations. Our luxury all inclusive Martinique holidays are completely hassle-free and are perfect for all the family, all year round. From beach holidays in Les Boucaniers, to watersports holidays on the coast, our Martinique holiday resorts have it all. Browse our all-inclusive Martinique holidays & get yourself ready for the Caribbean sunshine!
Find paradise in the French West Indies on a sunny Martinique holiday. With the perfect mix of Caribbean and French culture, cuisine and hospitality, this beautiful island offers a taste of the exotic with a sprinkling of European home comforts – perfect for family-friendly all-inclusive holidays and romantic getaways.
Thanks to a rich colonial history, Martinique is home to a wealth of amazing experiences. Excite the kids with a tour of the volcanic ruins of Sainte-Pierre. Go shopping for souvenirs in colourful towns and fishing villages. Scuba dive off the sublime coastline of Baie du Marin. Or enjoy traditional dances and music back at your Martinique resort.
Martinique all-inclusive holidays are perfect for sun-worshippers and nature-lovers alike. Hike through rainforests in the North or laze on glamorous golden beaches of Les Salines in the South. Walk through a tropical canopy on the tree-top bridge of Jardin de Balata, visit a real living volcano, or simply enjoy the world class water sports and beaches at your all-inclusive Martinique resort.
• Time Difference: -6 hours
• Currency: Euros
• Best months to visit: Dec-May
• Well Known for: Best beaches - Tropical island - Marine life
• Languages: French & Creole
Monthly weather averages in Martinique
Martinique has a hot, tropical climate, with a sunny south coast and a lush mountainous north. The island has a warm dry season from December to April – a favourite time of year for holidaymakers – and a stormy rainy season from June to November, when most hotels close for the year.
The best time to visit Martinique is between December and April when the weather is dry and sunny with average highs between 28°C and 30°C.
Things to do in Martinique
Explore this island with its contrasting landscapes, on which the mountains literally flow into the sea. 45 minutes from your Club Med Les Boucaniers resort , fall under the spell of the Grande Anse du Diamant. This 3km fine sandy beach overlooks the islet of the Rock, populated by coconut palms. After the calm waters, discover the spectacular waterfalls of the Gorges de la Falaise, in Trinité. Stroll along its river and refresh yourself in its clear water pools.
During your all-inclusive stay in Martinique, fill up on thrills thanks to the many outdoor activities! Go for a snorkeling trip at the foot of Cape Salomon, or for a diving trip. You will be able to come across butterflyfish, rays and multicolored sponges with exceptional shapes. Back on the surface, during your all-inclusive stay in Martinique, embark on a hike in the heart of the natural reserve of the Caravelle peninsula. In its 388ha, evolve in the characteristic vegetation of the island, between herbaceous savannah and mangroves. To recover from all these adventures and keep in shape, give yourself a moment for an 18-hole course on the west coast, at the Golf de l'Espérance.
Once the adrenaline of these highlights has subsided, take the time to relax while discovering Martinican culture. During your stay in Martinique, visit Saint-Louis Cathedral in Fort-de-France. Of Romano-Byzantine inspiration, the monument fascinates visitors attracted by its 19 stained glass windows. Then head to the Grand Marché and delight your palate with the spicy flavors of local gastronomy. Choose from the famous coconut-tamarind ice cream or the boucané chicken. As for drinks, discover Martinican rum by visiting the Clément habitation, an old colonial residence converted into a distillery, or come at the end of the year, on the occasion of the Rum Festival.