Capital: Fort-de-France
Area: 1 128 km2
Currency: Euro
Population: 415 000

Martinique, an island of volcanic origin, is part of the Lesser Antilles and the Overseas regions of France, hence part of the European Union. Located between the islands ofDominica and St. Lucia. The first Europeans who arrived at Martinique, were sailors of Christopher Columbus.Indigenous Indians of the Caribbean island called Madina, island flowers. Named so because there is growing many differentkinds of flowers and other greenery. In the 17th century, French farmers have established the first colony of Saint-Pierre,who became the nation's capital. this The town was 10 minutes after the beginning of the 20th century, destroyed by a volcanic eruption of Mont Pele. Today you can visit the ruins this city. The capital has become the port of Fort-de-France, founded in 1640. The volcano isMount Pella High 1 397 m n.m. and is now employed. The last eruption was recorded in 1902. On the slopes of the volcano you can see interesting vulcanological Museum, where you can see from the last eruption of the volcano and articles collected from the debris after the eruption, as fossilized rice cups glued together great heat, cast iron bell from the cathedral,down the bowl as the sauce.
Capital: Roseau
Area: 750 km2
Currency: East Caribbean dollar
Popular: 74 000

Dominika is an island country situated between two French islands of Guadeloupe to the north and Martinique to the south. Surface of the island is very mountainous, which is linked to volcanic terrain. The highest peak is Morne Diablotin (1 447 m n.m.). The island has many characters postvulkanickej activity - hot springs, volcanic lakes. You do not miss the unforgettable boiling lake, and also the Emerald Lake.Rugged interior is predominantly covered by tropical rain forest. The deforestation has so far only a fewpopulated coastal areas. To the south lies the National Park Morne Trois Pitons protected by UNESCO as World Heritage. Here we take breathtaking beautiful mountains covered with rainforest.


Capital: Basse-Terre
Area: 1 703 km2
Currency: Euro
Population: 440 000

The archipelago of Guadeloupe is a lively piece of French countryside in the tropics, belonging to the European Union. It is part Lesser Antilles archipelago. The island was named after the Virgin Mary  Guadeloupe from Spain in 1493rd. Since 1635 belongs to the France for a short period in 1775, when it was occupied by the English and Swedes. Guadeloupe actually consists of two islands conneted narrow neck: Basse Terre and Grande Terre resembling the shape of a butterfly. The biggest mountain in the Island is high Sourfriere 1 467 m. Much of the interior is a national park, which also beautiful waterfalls,wich you can  make a nice trip. Surrounding islands, Terre-de-Haut, Terre-de-Bas, or Marie-Galante, also worth a visit.