Caribbean / Martinique / Le Morne-Vert
Martinique Contre Sud De La France
Very pleasant wooden house, set in the midst of nature, overlooking the beautiful Caribbean Sea, the mountains, and the tropical forest.
Three bedrooms, one office with a sofa bed, and two bathrooms.
The garden has a swing for the children to enjoy.
The neighbours are quiet and discreet, but very friendly.
Le Morne-Vert is located in the northern part of the island, about seven minutes' drive from Le Carbet, where there is a kilometre-long beach with lots of nice restaurants and bars where you can enjoy a pleasant night out.
There is lots of lovely nature here which is worth exploring: rivers, waterfalls - and two quite untouched beaches half-an-hour's drive to the north.
The historic town of Saint-Pierre lies at the foot of Mount Pelée and is well worth a visit. Its bay is said to be one of the most beautiful in the world - and I must say that I wholeheartedly agree!
There are also many places of cultural interest to visit: the old settlement at Anse Latouche, the Depaz and Neson rum factories, the museum and ruins at Saint-Pierre.
There's even an Aqualand (the largest water park on the island)!
Martinique is an island with many different landscapes: wild beaches of black sand, "postcard" beaches with coconut palms and white sand, tropical forests with rivers and waterfalls, mangroves and cliffs jutting out into the sea.
All this can be explored from Le Morne-Vert (which is eighty kilometres from the southern end of the island and forty kilometres from the western coast).
Fort-de-France, the capital, is twenty-five kilometres away.
You can also take the boat to Saint Lucia or Dominica, which takes about an hour and a half.
So, briefly: You can explore the beaches and rivers, go scuba diving, canyoning or hiking - or just laze about, enjoying the sunshine!
I am a school teacher working in Le Carbet, and my husband is a house painter based in Le Morne-Rouge.
I originally come from the Grenoble area in France, and my husband was born in Guadeloupe, but we have lived in Martinique for thirteen years now, are very happy here, and have no plans to move!
On Sundays we like to go for a picnic on the beach or by the river with our two children. The older one is called Marilou and is nine years old, and the younger one is called Anaà¯s and is four years old.
We love music, and have both a piano and a guitar in the house.
We also love good food, and greatly enjoy the local restaurants and their friendly atmosphere!
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|Property||Mountain Waterfront House|
|Sleeps||6 (3 Bedrooms)|
|Airport||Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport, Le Lamentin (fdf) (40 km)|
When & Where
|Dates not specified|
|Travellers||4 (2 Adults, 2 Children)|
|Occupation||Professeur / Peintre en batiment|