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Catholic churches on Martinique


About Martinique:

One of the overseas regions of France (French language and customs prevail here), Martinique is a popular destination for many tourists, especially those from the Americas.  Located in the Caribbean, it offers a wonderful climate and many points of interest.  The population in 2015 was about 400,000 and country is predominantly Roman Catholic, so you have many churches to choose from if you wish to attend Mass.  The capitol city is Fort-de-France.  It is not far from another French overseas region, Guadalupe.

Catholic Churches on Martinique:

With so many to choose from, we will highlight two on the map.

Sacre Coeur Basilica (Basilica of the Sacred Heart) is a replica of the famous Sacre Coeur in Paris, and Saint Louis Cathedral is the Cathedral on Martinique, just a short walk from the cruise terminal.  Click here for a list of all the Catholic churches on Martinique.

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