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  1. BEST OF MARTINIQUE 2021 - Le guide numérique

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    Edition for English-speaking people looking for the best addresses and good deals in Martinique, the Petit Futé "Best of Martinique" is an essential guidebook to find an accommodation, a restaurant, to organize your visits, outings and shopping in the region. A selection of addresses gathering the must-sees as the hidden treasures for a successful stay. Welcome to Martinique ! En savoir plus
  2. BEST OF SAINTE-LUCIE / GRENADINE 2017 - Le guide numérique
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    A few nautical miles South of Martinique, the island of Saint Lucia has been the theatre of numerous conflicts between France and the United Kingdom before becoming independent in 1979. The result of this double historical influence is a mixed heritage and, although Saint Lucia remains a privileged spot for English speaking travelers, the relations between Saint Lucia and the French West Indies are very strong. Spending a day or a week-end in Saint Lucia has been a habit of the Martiniquais for a... En savoir plus
  3. MARTINIQUE (ANGLAIS) 2023 - Le guide numérique
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    Martinique is an island of 1 080 km². However, this small piece of land has many facets, both in terms of the diversity of its landscapes and the activities to be enjoyed during your stay. The south of the country is known for its welcoming coves with beautiful white sandy beaches, a seaside attraction that outweighs the rest. While the north, where Mount Pelee is located, is known for its rugged landscape (ecotourism) and authenticity. Tropical, green and blue: the magic trio ensures a profusion... En savoir plus
  4. NORTH KOREA 2019/2020 - Le guide numérique
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    North Korea is constantly spoken of through its nuclear gesticulations and difficult relations with its neighbouring countries and the United States. But what do we really know of this country, if not its regime? North of the demilitarised zone, an impassable border that has separated it from South Korea for seven decades, North Korea is gradually opening up to tourism by offering, beyond clichés, a rich and specific culture that draws from its common roots with South Korea, while taking a different... En savoir plus