Ft. St. Louis, Fort-de-France

Categories: Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
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2.8/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web
Protecting the city from invaders since 1638, Ft. St. Louis treats you to views over Fort de France's bay as well as the city itself. Built from rock, the fort still serves as a naval base and remains listed as a historic site of France. Head inside to find old relics such as cannonballs, or outside to find iguanas surrounding the building. It is thought that they arrived from Guyana or neighboring countries. Visitors can head inside the fort only via a guided tour. Use our Fort-de-France travel itinerary maker to arrange your visit to Ft. St. Louis and other attractions in Fort-de-France.
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  • The fort juts out into the sea and looks amazing from far away with its fortifications and greenery, unfortunately that's all you'll get. The fort is an active military base and closed to the public. ...  read more »
  • Hi friends ' I invite you to visit this site as: full of history, great view of the Bay of fort of France "The MALECON" and the beach of the French... Go Xoxo
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  • Very nice visit about 1 hour with Maurice, a great guide. A great history lesson on Martinique and Caribbean Islands. Very nice pictures on the Bay and the city of Fort de France. Departure of the excursion to the tourist office, place of the Savannah.
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