Distillerie Depaz, Saint-Pierre
(3.7/5 based on 180+ reviews on the web)
Discover Martinique's rich history of rum production with a visit to Distillerie Depaz, nestled in the grounds of a picturesque sugarcane plantation. The distillery's history traces back to the destruction of all 15 regional distilleries in a devastating volcanic eruption. The Depaz family's single survivor--son Victor--kept the tradition alive by establishing this distillery in 1902. While the staff here doesn't speak a lot of English, you can take a self-guided tour of the grounds using the well-marked trail and informative signage for guidance. Alongside learning about the rum-making process, look out for a mid 16th-century mansion that sits on the trail. With our world travel planner, Saint-Pierre attractions like Distillerie Depaz can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Beautifully maintained property. Follow the path painted red and the panels. See drums, the Bell and the small steam Museum. A little place "box to Louisette" to enjoy a cake or a drink located close to a tree (rubber) beautiful. Above the main house with white birds on the field well shorn and there also a nice tree (albizia Caribbean). There is a shop with tasting next to the toilet and a bit more off the restaurant.
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  • We went for a Sunday to avoid because the distillery is closed. However, the restaurant on site is open. The setting is splendid and the excellent meal. It's a bit posh but went there without knowing, in touring mode with our son of 2 years and a half and we were welcomed!
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  • A little disappointed with the visit immediately begin immediately finished, this isn't an area to visit such as Clement, but the shop worth with prices that defy any competition.
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