Collected by Rebecca Orchant
Rue Lamartine, Fort-de-France, Martinique
In the market for freshly ground curry powder? How about pure vanilla extract, harvested by hand? Or want to pick up a tipple of the island’s legendary ‘ti punch to go? At Fort-de-France’s century-old Grand Marché, local vendors sell fruits,...
Plage du Coin 97221, Le Carbet, Martinique
Martinique does not lack picturesque beach bars, but island institution Petitbonum is a must-visit. There are two locations, but head to the Le Carbet outpost for its particularly Instagram-worthy Caribbean views. Local legend Guy Ferdinand,...
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