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Cheap flights to Martinique

Cheap Flights to Martinique 

Despite being a tiny island in the Caribbean sea, Martinique is considered as European as the Eiffel Tower. Believe it or not, this tropical nation falls under France's jurisdiction and belongs to the European Union! But that's not the only interesting thing about Martinique. The island hosts a semi-active volcano, Mont Pelée, which destroyed the previous capital city of Saint Pierre in 1902. Now fully rebuilt, a visitor can explore the picturesque beaches, gaze upon natural wonders, and partake in the delicious, signature cuisine. If you're planning a trip to Martinique, Skyscanner offers a monthly search option, so you can find the cheapest airfares.

What to Do in Martinique

Most travellers visit Martinique's resorts for their beaches. The best beaches are found on the island's south side. While if you go towards the north, you'll discover black sand beaches and lush rainforest. Martinique is also renown for its many, many delectable dining options. There are hundreds of restaurants, cafes, and bars to choose from. Both the French and Creole establishments are worth experiencing. Want to plan your visit? Find your perfect hotel in Martinique using Skyscanner.

Best Time to Fly to Martinique

Martinique is beautiful all year, but their high season occurs between December and May. These months are low in precipitation, so crowds of tourists can enjoy the beaches without interruption. During this time, hotel prices reach their highest. For scuba divers, between October and May are your ideal months.

Low Season lasts from June into November, which coincidences with Martinique's rainy season. The island sees the most downpours in September, and hurricanes become a concern in August. These two months are generally avoided by travellers. 

Airports in Martinique

If you're staying in Martinique for less than 90 days, you don't require a visa. Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport (FDF) is the country's only airport. It's located a suburb of Fort-de-France, which is called Le Lamentin. Despite being small by international standards, this airport hosts flights to Canada, Europe, USA, and other Caribbean nations.

Some of its main international airlines, include: Air Antilles Express, Air Canada Rouge, Air Caraïbes, Air France, American Airlines, American Eagle, Air Transat, Condor, Lufthansa, LIAT, Norwegian Air Shuttle, and XL Airways France.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.