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Parks and gardens
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The most beautiful parks and gardens in

With its nine ecosystems - tropical rainforest, high-altitude vegetation, semi-humid forest, dry forest, rocky coasts, beaches and sandy shores, seagrass beds and reefs and rivers - Martinique is one of the 36 global biodiversity hotspots, recognized for the richness of their natural forest, coastal, marine and river environments.

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A rich and remarkable ecosystem of over3,000 species

All over the Flower Isle, you can visit exceptional parks and gardens, enchanting reflections of lush nature. 

Green spaces that highlight a flora rich in over 3,000 species: 1,220 native plants, 396 arborescent species and a multitude of colorful flowers, trees and fruits that coexist in harmony. Such is the case of the Jardin de Balata, a real must-see on the island and world-famous for its natural beauty. 

In 2015, 4 green spaces on Martinique were awarded the "Jardins remarquables" label: the garden at Habitation Acajou (or Clément) in Morne Rouge and the garden at Habitation Céron in Prêcheur. In 2022, three new parks were awarded this label: Jardin de Balata, Ferme Perrine in Lamentin and Jardin animalier de l'Anse Latouche in Carbet. The Jardin Remarquable label identifies to the general public "gardens whose design, plants and upkeep are of a remarkable standard, whether private or public, protected or not as monuments or sites". 

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jardin de balata

The Habitation park Clément

A former sugar dwelling, Habitation Clément stands out for its history, the beauty of its architecture and the splendor of its grounds. A true asset of the estate, the garden stands out for its beauty and poetry: venerable trees, contemporary sculptures and charming ponds.

Amidst the 300 species of cursed fig trees, cheese trees or baobabs, you can discover the remnants of Habitation Clément's sugar business, a palm grove of some 30 species and a tropical fruit orchard.

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Jardin habitation clément

Le jardin de l'Habitation Saint-Etienne

Dotted with rare species, century-old trees - sapotilliers, cheese trees, cursed fig trees, red palms - and contemporary sculptures, the Habitation Saint-Etienne park is one of the enchanting places to visit in Martinique.

You can also discover the old wine storehouses where tastings are organized and which also house a cultural space hosting exhibitions by visual artists or artists.

The dwelling regularly hosts concerts, shows, conferences and screenings.

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jardin habitation st etienne

Le jardin du domaine d'Emeraude

Created by the Parc Régional Naturel de la Martinique, the Domaine d'Emeraude garden comprises 24 hectares of tropical rainforest. *

You can discover a charming exploration pavilion retracing theincredible biological biodiversity in an island environment, the link between man and nature orthreatened ecosystems, as well as a pepinière housing many kinds of plants and spices emblematic of Creole cuisine.

You can also set off on three exploration trails to explore the flora and fauna of the rainforest.

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jardin domaine d'émeraude

The garden of the Céron


In this magnificent estate built on the banks of the Céron River and crossed by a torrent - perfect for a refreshing break - you'll be able to observe magnificent and amazing tree species such as the mango tree, the cheese tree and the cursed fig tree.

Not forgetting a plantation of cacao trees and a magnificent giant Zamana tree over 300 years old, voted Tree of the Year in 2016.

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jardin habitation céron

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