The charming town of Sainte-Luce can be found on the south coast of the beautiful island of Martinique. This is a French overseas territory and is located in the Caribbean Sea, in the archipelago of islands known as the Lesser Antilles. Sainte-Luce is situated just an hour or two’s drive south-east of the main settlement on the island - Fort-de-France. There are few other places more beautiful in the world than Martinique and if you choose to spend your holidays in Sainte-Luce, you really will be treated to a Caribbean paradise where you will never be at a loss to fill your time with activities to get involved in and interesting attractions to visit. Rest assured that all self catering villas in Sainte-Luce will be equipped to a very high standard and this will leave you free to make sure your holiday is a complete success.
As your holidays in Sainte-Luce will be spent within striking distance of some wonderful beaches, this will allow you to indulge in activities such as family-safe swimming, snorkelling, scuba diving, jet skiing, canoeing and kayaking, sailing and pedal boats. The island of Martinique really is a beautiful part of the world in which to enjoy your holidays and you will definitely want to explore the lush interior. This can be done by way of horse-trekking trips and organised excursions across the whole island.
There is no end of interesting and historic attractions to visit during your holidays in Sainte-Luce and the first port-o’-call would be to head for the island’s capital, Fort-de-France, where you can catch some of the best architectural examples. One of the top attractions in the whole of Martinique can be seen here: Balata Gardens where you will find great examples of the abundant species of flora. Other great attractions to keep in mind include a preserved plantation house, Clement House, the volcano of Mount Pelee and one of the most beautiful white sandy beaches on the island, Les Salines Beach.
The weather for your holidays in Sainte-Luce will be a dominated by a typical sub-tropical climate. This means you can expect daytime temperatures to remain pretty constant throughout the year, with values only ranging between the high-twenties and low-thirties degrees Celsius. Even at night, minima will still stay in the low-twenties degrees. Rainfall tends to reach a peak during the months between July and November.
For your holidays in Sainte-Luce, you would be wise to book flights from London Heathrow (LHR) to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). Then, you will fly on to Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport (FDF) which is just on the outskirts of the capital, Fort-de-France. This service is operated through Air France and this could include the leg between the UK and France.