Regional Natural Park of Martinique
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Nature Reserves of Martinique

Martinique has two national nature reserves, the islets of Sainte-Anne and the presqu’île de la Caravelle, as well as the Regional Marine Nature Reserve of Prêcheur – Albert Falco. These three reserves present a very important faunistic and floristic interest, with many protected species.

In the east, the Caravelle peninsula presents a wide range of typical landscapes: savannahs, dry forest, mangrove, coastal forest, cliffs. In the extreme south of Martinique, the nature reserve of the islets of Sainte-Anne (Hardy, Burgeaux, Percé and Poirier) is one of the most important nesting sites in the Caribbean. On the north Caribbean side, the Prêcheur – Albert Falco Marine Reserve protects two exceptional sites, the islets La Perle and Citadelle, as well as 12 km of coastline, at the foot of Montagne Pelée.

Since 2021, the island of Martinique has been on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Reserves.

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